KIDS Bring Hope
Being a child in today’s world, with the uncertainties of climate change, social disruption, and economic upheaval, is demanding enough. Being a displaced child in a refugee camp disconnected from the outer world with few opportunities for an abundant childhood can be devastating.
The purpose for KIDS Bring Hope (KIDS) is to create a special branch of Bring Hope Humanitarian Foundation (BHHF) with a branding and mission totally focused on children. Beginning with the refugee camps in Iraqi Kurdistan, and with a strategy to scale globally, KIDS will offer children an opportunity to play, learn and grow bringing hope and inspiration for a brighter future.
Our Vision is to advocate for all children to have a happy, holistic, and healthy childhood regardless of gender, religion, ethnicity, nationality, or refugee status.
Our Mission is to provide a platform for children to help support, nurture and encourage one another to live a happy, holistic, and healthy childhood.
We will create the KIDS branding, goals and infrastructure for two pilot projects commencing in the fall of 2019. Project One will teach the Sustainable Development Goals (UN, 2018) and Project Two will build a platform for kids to connect with young students around the world in partnership with (Name of Elementary School) in Malmö, Sweden.
Based on the learning’s from our pilot projects, we will seek to build out a private, safe, and secure digital platform for kids to meet, play, learn, and grow. We will collaborate with Digital Family Network, an organization with deep roots and experience in kid-friendly online spaces with a specialty in philanthropic and ‘Give Back’ concepts. We will also develop more hands on projects in the camps from the results and learning in the
The overall aim of all KIDS projects are to make connections, promote hope and empower kids to collaborate and dream for a future. KIDS Bring Hope is guided by the principles proclaimed in the United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of the Child:
Childhood is entitled to special care and assistance and brought up in the spirit of the ideals proclaimed in the Charter of the United Nations, and in particular in the spirit of peace, dignity, tolerance, freedom, equality and solidarity and the right of the child to engage in play and recreational activities appropriate to the age of the child.