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Last edited: 30 April 2017      
Project Have Hope logo, 11-5-12

Project Have Hope is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization that works with a group of 100 women in the Acholi Quarter of Uganda and helps them transform their lives and the lives of their families. Through the sale of their beautiful, handmade paper bead jewelry, the women can feed their families, send their children to school, and look forward to a richer future.

Above text from the Project Have Hope website

Being able to take advantage of solar cooking allows the group to devote more time to their new businesses. Less time is spent finding or working to pay for firewood to cook for their families.

Recent news and developmentsEdit

Project Have Hope cooking demonstration, 11-5-12

Project Have Hope solar cooking workshop

  • March 2012: Project Have Hope collaborated with Jinja Empowerment, a non-profit in Jinja, Uganda, and hosted a successful two-day workshop on solar cooking techniques. It featured three different types of solar cooking tools:

Audio and videoEdit

  • November 2009:
Introduction to Project Have Hope

Introduction to Project Have Hope

Founder Karen Sparacio talks about Project Have Hope

External linksEdit


Project Have Hope
Karen Sparacio, Director
P.O. Box 602
Malden, Maine 02148

Tel.: +1 (339) 206-4626

Twitter: @ProjectHaveHope

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