Home of Hope believes in 'Making a difference. One child at a time'. Our approach is to bring tender, loving care (TLC) into the lives of neglected, abused, underprivileged, physically/mentally challenged orphaned or abandoned children. Mentors are deployed to provide TLC under the umbrella concept of total quality control (TQM). The goal is to ensure each child is given the opportunity to become a responsible and dignified young adult, contributing to the society he/she lives in.
The mentor serves as a teacher and trusted counsellor. He/she could take the form of a foster parent or a graduate of the project. The children usually live in a Group Foster Care environment, with one mentor attending to several children. These mentors are Agents of Change. They seek to establish a new culture amongst our children.
The Home of Hope TQM strategy can be categorized as follows: