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Vocational training
We offer life skills training to the teenage mothers. During these lessons the teen mums learn practical skills in various areas that involve art and innovativeness. These includes beading, painting, making mats, sewing knitting ,hairdressing and cookery  .Using these skills the girls are able to make some sales and  therefore improving  their livelihoods and that of their children.   (PICTURES  )
Non-formal learning (Accelerated learning)
HTM has partnered with the Ministry of Education to offer Accelerated learning to the most Vulnerable teenage mothers. This enables the mother to learn and take care of the child at the same time. The girl does the exam when she is ready and then moves to the next level up to the University /college  after she passes the set  Government Examinations .(PICTURE)   

Are you a good listener and non- judgmental?
Do you have or are you studying a diploma in counseling?
Hope for Teenage Mothers is looking for Volunteers to offer counseling to the teen mums on crisis pregnancies and on the ups and downs of life.
If you would like to join our volunteer counseling team kindly sends us an email and we shall contact you.   (PICTURES)

If you have some spare time on your hands then why not consider becoming a volunteer in our programs? Even if it’s only for a few hours a week, we are always on the lookout for enthusiastic people to become a volunteer at Hope for Teenage Mothers.
There are many roles you could do as a volunteer. We can even match your skills with one of our volunteering opportunities.
If you have some skills you feel would benefit us, such as marketing and publicity, fundraising, writing proposals or running your own social media campaign, then please get in touch and become a volunteer with Hope for Teenage mothers today. (PICTURES)

In partnership with Carlile College the teen mums are taken through a 12 months mentorship/  Discipleship program .The teenage girls has reported the program is very beneficial to them .One girl said.” I have somebody to look up to in helping me grow up.”  (PICTURES)  

Hope for Teenage Mothers partners with other organization to offer microfinance training and Entrepreneurships. The program recruits young women of   up to age 30 years for the training. The training takes 3 months with flexible training hours. After a successful completion of the training the women are helped to start up businesses .Those with existing businesses are helped to boost them and to grow them .The women are also taught money matters in regards to their business growth.  (PICTURES)       
Community Partnership     
We partner with Nutritionists and Health workers to educate the community on issues of HIV/AIDs and Nutrition for Mothers and Children.
We supports the Orphans (OVCS) with school uniforms, clothes and books.
We train the marginalized communities on how to make recyclable sanitary towels (We have trained women in (Lewa , Kibera ,Dagoretti and Mukuru).

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