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3rd/4th flr. Abdul Malik bldg. Sarimanok Philippines.


HOPE HEALTHCARE INSTITUTE, INC. (HOPE HI), a non-profit institution registered in the Philippines  with the  Securities and Exchange Commission, a DEPED-TESDA recognized school  delivering  Elementary Education and Technical Skills trainings on the  Sector of Health and Social Development, Tourism and Construction.

At HOPE HI,  we focus  on delivering the best knowledge and technical skills training, with  right attitude to prepare our graduates  for tomorrow’s workforce and  giving prime importance to the OUT OF SCHOOL YOUTH who are most vulnerable to unlawful activities. Making them feel wanted and  develop dreams for their future, dreams that transform them from Out of School Youth to OUTSTANDING YOUTH LEADERS  and be peace builders in their communities. We link for free our graduates towards employment and livelihood   and assist interested completers to proceed to College education.

The aftermath of MARAWI CITY SIEGE on MAY 23, 2017 brought about a devastation of properties in the most affected areas of the war and that includes all properties of HOPE HEALTHCARE INSTITUTE, INC., school buildings, school and laboratory equipment, tools, materials, books, and documents. Overall, none of the school properties and valuables got saved.   

HOPE HI is presently struggling to re-establish itself and rise up to exist in a normal environment after loosing  everything .  As a survivor of the war,  HOPE HI  is presently renting a building as its Satellite Office since January  2018 where till now,  after two years, property owners are not yet allowed to be back in the area and that includes this school.

Maintaining a leased building is very expensive and with another option on hand, HOPE HI humbly submit this letter seeking your kind understanding as we cope with this very difficult situation of losing  everything and starting all over again with very limited resources.

HOPE HI own a  lot located in Sagonsongan, Marawi City situated away from the most affected area of the war.  It is conclusive that making use of this vacant lot in building classrooms  will save the school of expenditures from its minimal resources. It is our wish to build classrooms so that the school will be transferred the earliest possible time and resume its operation with no worries of paying for rent and be able continue in delivering the school services as many awaits their chance to be granted trainings.