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We have updated reports on our recent activities. Follow the links above to Doses of Hope's five project areas.

The Doses of Hope Foundation •Print• •E-mail•

Doses of Hope Foundation (DOH) is a non-governmental development foundation dedicated to structurally improving the lives of the Somali people. In practice, this means

…building the capacity of the poorest – economically through microfinance, and educationally through training for livelihood skills.

…increasing the potential of disabled children and young people through the provision of artificial limbs – and bringing the blind and visually impaired into society through Braille literacy.

…educating and training low-income and high-risk groups on HIV/Aids, prevention and care.

> Our Mission, Vision and Program

DOH was established in the Netherlands in November 1997, born out of the initiatives of a group of Somali Women in the Diaspora living in the Netherlands. Today it has a mixed Board of Dutch and Somali nationals. > More about the Board

 
orthohopeSomaliland is one of the most heavily landmined places in the world. Since 2003, Doses of Hope has helped almost 2,000 amputees through its Orthohope Rehabilitation Centre (ORC). Read more…
HIV-AIDSDoses of Hope's community-based 'Kulan' clubs are helping to educate and train low-income, high-risk women & men of reproductive age to become peer educators in HIV/AIDS prevention. Read more…

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