“I want to work with the Benin government on land mapping and ownership so that land is owned legitimately, with more female land ownership.”
Bayan Zeino | Syria
BSc| My goal is to become a professor of computer engineering and teach...
Bayan Zeino | Syria Bsc | American University of Beirut, Lebanon
“My goal is to become a professor of computer engineering and teach future generations in Syria. I see e-learning as a viable option for children who miss out on education because of the war.”
Sana Iqbal | Pakistan
PhD | I am passionate about bringing reforms to the existing public transport...
Sana Iqbal | Pakistan PhD | Coventry University, UK
“I am passionate about bringing reforms to the existing public transport system in Pakistan for making it gender inclusive. This will help women to enjoy equal opportunities as men; so that they can be independent and make their own decisions.”
Jodi-Ann Smith | Jamaica
MBA | I want to create a media empire that is a platform for women...
Jodi-Ann Smith | Jamaica MBA | University of British Columbia, Canada
“I want to create a media empire that is a platform for women to be inspired; I’d also like to start a scholarship in my country to provide female students with access to great education and opportunities.”
Nilufar Abdulloeva | Tajikistan
BA| I aim to open medical clinics for children with special needs in Khorog...
Nilufar Abdulloeva | Tajikistan BA | UITM, Poland
“I aim to open medical clinics for children with special needs in Khorog and elsewhere in Tajikistan, and bring about significant change in terms of acceptance of mental illness.”
Karima Khan | Pakistan
BA| Being from a country where millions of girls are deprived of schooling...
Karima Khan | Pakistan BA | Asian University for Women, Bangladesh
“Being from a country where millions of girls are deprived of schooling, I have a keen interest in expanding our elementary school system so I can help the next generation of youth.”
Azernoosh Bazrafkan | Iran
PhD | I want to explore the link between international investment agreements...
Azernoosh Bazrafkan | Iran PhD | University of Antwerp, Belgium
“I want to explore the link between international investment agreements and good governance reform in developing countries to determine whether countries derive socio-economic benefits from such agreements.”
Hangoma Khudododova | Tajikistan
BA| I see myself as the owner of a large tourism organization in Tajikistan...
Hangoma Khudododova | Tajikistan BA | UITM, Poland
“I see myself as the owner of a large tourism organization in Tajikistan through which I will empower young women to escape the cycle of poverty through business ventures in the tourism sector.”
Uzma Khan | Pakistan
BA| I want to use my economics training to help the underprivileged in society...
Uzma Khan | Pakistan BA | University of Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan
“I want to use my economics training to help the underprivileged in society overcome their financial challenges, and help them get a better education with every possible opportunity available.”
Israa Issa | Lebanon
MSc Applied Sciences| I see myself working in sustainability projects...
“After I finish my Master’s degree, I see myself working in sustainability projects, hopefully with a company like Tesla, to build more sustainable and greener homes, businesses and schools.”
Cindy Veliz | Nicaragua
MD| My community has little medical presence. As a doctor, I want to be one...
Cindy Veliz | Nicaragua MD | UNAM Managua, Nicaragua
“My community has little medical presence. As a doctor, I want to be one of the people that can be a blessing to all these people, and bring them the best medicine in the world, with love and kindness.”
Joanna Kidde | Uganda
BEng | As a skilled civil engineer, I will promote the training of women...
Joanna Kidde | Uganda BEng | University of Calgary, Canada
“As a skilled civil engineer, I will promote the training of women by providing jobs that will help improve their skills in S.T.E.M. Educating women in construction will make a large community impact in my country.”
The Spark of Hope Foundation empowers bright young women from the Global South, especially in regions that are in turmoil or remote regions, to become tomorrow’s leaders by providing scholarships for post-secondary education. With university education, each of them will impact thousands of lives as doctors, engineers, journalists, lawyers, managers, scientists, researchers, entrepreneurs and teachers. We invite you to BECOME A DONOR TODAY. Your gift will will be multiplied at least EIGHT times by our partners and is fully tax deductible.
With the support of many people, we’re proud to have achieved these results in four years!
116 students currently supported
54 alumnae making an impact
38 universities attended globally
Bachelor’s, Masters, Prof. & PhD studies
Assist students from 18 countries
Six on-ground partners
Below 10% program management costs
Partners multiply donor funds 8X
Over the next 10 years, our goal is to support 1,000 young women leaders to achieve university education, at the Bachelor’s, Masters, Professional and PhD levels. We’d love your support in making their dreams come true!