Job is a boy here at The City of Hope who loves to play and is thankful for the people who have taken care of him here! Thank you for your support of kids like Job!

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    Ester is a beautiful young lady here at The City of Hope. She loves the schooling she receives and wants to be a Nurse when she grows up! Thank you for supporting children like Ester and Teamwork City of Hope!

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    Emanuel John is a boy who loves God and loves others, helping people is something he cares very much for. Thank you for helping make a difference in his life!

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    At this time, TCOH has over 400 students coming to learn at Destiny Primary School. Some are our sponsored children while others come from the surrounding villages. There are also those who come from as far away as the Serengeti because they know the value of education. Right now our oldest students are getting ready to graduate from primary school, and we would like to provide them with the next step, a secondary school. This school in Ntagatcha will cost […]

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  For those of you who haven’t visited Ntagatcha, Christopher John is our general manager. He oversees the day to day activities of everyone involved. Pastor, farmer, translater, driver, father, and friend. He is an essential piece to our organization.

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    Deborah Weaver of Campbell University shares about their involvement at the TCOH.

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