Bring Hope's STEM programme builds skills for refugee children in camps, empowering them and in turn restoring their dignity.

Bring Hope Foundation’s STEM project addresses one of the most complex global challenges we face:  how can displaced and refugee children gain access to high quality and current education to build their skills and capabilities?


Through Bring Hope’s STEM consortium, governments, universities, school districts, companies and volunteers partner to bring online education to millions of kids. Our programme outcomes include a data center with STEM content and capabilities, an accredited ‘online’ elementary and middle school curriculum, and an industry-backed professional development track that yield STEM jobs and opportunities for under-represented students globally.

The STEM project was developed to help young girls and boys with essential STEM education. Bring Hope is a strong advocate for increasing the number of students who pursue degrees and careers in STEM areas.

STEM education creates critical thinkers and enables the next generation of innovators who fuel the growth of communities, cities, and countries.


‘In the 21st century, scientific and technological innovations have become increasingly important as we face the benefits and challenges of both globalisation and a knowledge-based economy. To succeed in this new information-based and highly technological society, students need to develop their capabilities in STEM subjects to levels much beyond what was considered acceptable in the past.’ (National Science Foundation, USA)'



Bring Hope’s mission is to be a strong advocate in increasing the number of students who pursue degrees and careers in STEM through our STEM education programmes.

We Will:

  • Maximise access to shared and existing resources

  • Introduce new sustainable and long-term projects

  • Leverage the network of STEM programmes to strengthen Bring Hope’s STEM projects

  • Broaden the participation of women and minorities in STEM fields

  • Partner with organisations to bridge the gender and diversity gap in STEM fields

  • Support underrepresented groups to learn new skills

  • Focus on practical skills, based on day-to-day living needs (e.g. environmental projects, sustainable energy, coding, computer science)

    • sustainable energy, coding, computer science)

  • Be a stepping stone and offer different channels for entry

    • Through awareness, we will increase participation in programmes, which lead to certifications and internships, which result in higher job prospects

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Everyone can bring hope

BHHF’s primary objective of humanitarian aid is to save lives, alleviate suffering, as well as to give the most vulnerable group (displaced children) hope for the future. BHHF has provided humanitarian aid with short-term and long-term help to homeless refugees, victims of natural disasters, wars and famines, and poor people.

1.8 million

people in need helped across the globe

$137 million

worth of goods have been distributed across the world

330 shipments

of medicines distributed

10 million

treatments and hygiene items delivered

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