Hope of refugee women against poverty for the social wellbeing(HOPDEV)

About us

The Hope of refugee Women against poverty for the social well-being and development (HOPDEV) in acronym is a grass-roots feminist collective led by and for vulnerable refugee women and girls coming from diverse backgrounds that works to support and improve the wellbeing of the most disadvantaged and marginalized refugee women and girls in the community of Dzaleka Refugee Camp, and as results of that they are Socio-economically dependent on men for their survival which put them at further risk of GBV including, sale and exchange of sex, and other harmful coping mechanism such as alcohol production as means of livelihood women disabilities, personal with albinism, ethnic minorities, order women and widows face and discrimination. HOPDEV was founded in August 2014 by a group of volunteer vulnerable refugee women and girls, survivors of various civil wars from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Sudan and Somalia, and who have experienced different forms of gender-based violence and abuses in their families and communities,

Annual Operating Budget: 575 USD

Annual Beneficiary Reach: 300

Our Partnerships

Our Current Funding Partners

HOPDEV currently partnered with: UNHCR malawi Plan International Malawi Jesuit refugee service(JRS) COHERE Relon Malawi.

Previous Funding Partners

Jesuit refugee service(jrs) Relon Malawi Plan International malawi

Our Network Affiliations

Global Innovation Fund Cohere Relon Malawi. Global fund for women.

Optional Support Partner

Support Partners can play an optional role bridging various gaps between RLOs and their supporters around the world.

Additional Information

Our Community and beneficiaries

HOPDEV is specifically representing the most marginalized and advantaged vulnerable refugee women,widow, young mother, girls, child girls and adolescent girls in the community of Dzaleka refugee camp.

Other Operating Locations

HOPDEV is as a refugee-led organization is an organization in which operating in the central region of Dowa District Malawi/ in Dzaleka refugee camp.

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