Home of Good Hope



Soup kitchen

In the soup kitchen, over 500 children daily receive a hot meal.

Meals of nutritious bean / vegetable soup and corn porridge or rice. On weekends sandwiches are distributed. For the children it is often the only meal a day.

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Sports Project

We have been able to help the sport project in different ways.

The kids like to do sports! Peacemaker Imanga is their sports coach. We have provided good football gear. We have also provided new sports equipement for the netball team.

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Child daycare

The children are cared for outside of school hours.

The smallest children can play inside after eating. There is always an adult present. The older children can dance and play with the swings outside after eating in the afternoon.

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The children are encouraged to go to school.

We assist in the enrolment in school and help them with the purchase of new school uniforms and school bags. We will further expand the after-school care and homework assistance.

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Healt education

Health education about proper nutrition, hygiene and wound care

Trainees studying Nursing (HBO-V Avans University Breda), provide health education about good hygiene and wound care. The information is adapted to the age of the children.

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Welcome to Home of Good Hope


Monica Imanga

Home of Good Hope was founded in 2007 by Monica Imanga, a Namibian lady. She started with her soup kitchen as a tribute to her 16-year-old daughter who died of AIDS. Sad as she was, she saw the children in the slum Goreangab in Katutura, Windhoek needed her. Her project is very successful. Since 2007 it has become a soup kitchen which provides hot meals for over 600 kids from 1,5 to 12 years twice a day.
In the future, activities will be expanded so that more can be done to the accompaniment of the children. For this, several projects have been initiated.

The Dutch foundation Home of Good Hope supports this soup kitchen where possible. We sponsor them together with sponsors from Canada, Sweden, Germany and Namibia itself.

The project to house the kitchen in a permanent building is our main priority.


You can support us by sponsoring a child.

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