Adaption of E-Learning Centre (AELC) Pakistan

As the second-poorest province in Pakistan, access to skilled work is vital for the population of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. It is especially important for youth and women, who have the lowest participation in the country’s workforce at present.

YES Centre Program South Punjab, Pakistan

The estimated population of Pakistan is 186 million. Due to high birth rates Pakistan is facing a rapid population transition. The US Bureau of Census analyzed in 2010, that 62 percent of the population are in the working age, but only 30.1 percent of this group take part in income generating activities.

Youth Employment through Skills – YES Centre

More than 50% of the Bangladesh population of more than 158 million is under the age of 24. Youth is the hope of the Nation for the future. Young people are the most energetic and productive segment of the total population. A vast majority of this section unfortunately remains unreached.

WASH - Water and sanitary hygiene in Pakistan

The project will result in the following changes for the people of the KP province in Pakistan: Access to clean water for at least 34,184 individuals (young children, adults and elderly), as well as to sanitation facilities through coordination with other shelter projects.

4th Humanitarian Congress in Vienna

On Friday, 3rd March 2017, the 4th Humanitarian Congress took part in the venerable halls of the University of Vienna. One of the main goals of the Humanitarian Congress is to increase the visibility of humanitarian work. Furthermore, it aims at increasing the awareness among relevant political decision makers for the importance of humanitarian aid and respective funding, both at the national, the European and the international level.

Supporting Education in Emergencies in Pakistan (SEEP) financed by ECHO and ADC.

HOPE´87 has been active in the Kyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan since 2002, following the influx of Afghan refugees in 2001/2002. At the centre of action of this project are out of school children with special needs and vulnerabilities.

 The action intends to expand access for over 3,900 children

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