Hope Centre Children's Home
Hope Centre began with a dream and a desire in the heart of Bishop Jackson Mongaine to minister to the most vulnerable of African society: children left orphans because of sickness, disease and extreme poverty.
In 2015, two acres of land was purchased and with the partnership of Evangelist David Copeland and Revival Now International, very slowly the dream began to become reality. In November 2017, construction began on the first dormitory and bath house, and by June 2018 the first two buildings of Hope Centre was dedicated.
There are currently 28 children who call Hope Centre home. Construction is now underway on the second dormitory and bathhouse that when completed, will be able to house almost 100 children from across the Transmara region.