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WHAT WE DO

Pathways to Hope Africa (PTHA) develops and implements holistic, sustainable, and income-generating projects designed to restore dignity and raise the standard of living for some of the poorest and most marginalized populations in Uganda. PTHA programs address the following issues:

  • Education for children
  • Training for adults
  • Medical supplies and equipment
  • Clean water
  • Food security

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of Pathways to Hope Africa (PTHA) is to equip marginalized communities in Subsaharan Africa to break cycles of chronic poverty, build local capacity for self-reliance, and contribute to spiritual and socioeconomic transformation.

VISION STATEMENT

Our vision is to raise up a new generation in Subsaharan Africa, built on educational opportunities, a vibrant economy, and a solid spiritual foundation that frees men, women, and children to live to their full potential.

BACKGROUND

PTHA is a 501-(c)(3) organization and is registered

Our work began with the discovery of a slum in Uganda where hundreds of women and girls were trapped in a cycle of poverty and prostitution – many of them selling themselves for the equivalent of 30 or 40 cents. Since 2014, PTHA has helped hundreds of Africans including sexually-exploited women and children, refugees, at-risk youths, and others.

PTHA is dedicated to providing a better way of life through education, training, and employment programs that are self-sustaining and benefit entire communities.

PTHA’s strength and success is derived through partnering with organizations and the committed individuals who contribute their time, effort, and dollars.

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BROADENING THE IMPACT

PROGRAM COLLABORATION AND RESOURCE SHARING

In many cases, Pathways to Hope Africa partners with other charitable organizations to provide resources beyond the scope of its programs. For example, the Uganda Sewing Center initiative also shipped food from Feed My Starving Children for the Voluntary Hearts Community organization, teddy bears from Mother Bear Project, and collected bicycles, backpacks and school supplies for shipment.

Additional information on PTHA’s collaborations can be found on individual initiative pages.

PATHWAYS TO HOPE AFRICA'S PROGRAMS