News Archive 2016

Transporting aid supplies to the Republic of Moldova

Many social facilities in the Republic of Moldova have to survive without any financial support from the government or local authorities and have to fight for their very existence every single day. Facility managers are therefore forced to concentrate on the essentials, neglecting special needs of their customers or long-term strategies. They welcome any additional help.

“Revenire în forţă”: Workshop on job orientation and career guidance in Austria and the Republic of Moldova

The rising demand for a young and well-educated workforce, in particular skilled workers and craftsmen, combined with a high rate of youth unemployment often due to insufficient training and education, have made it necessary to rethink the current educational and vocational training system of the Republic of Moldova. In order to address the tense socio-economic situation in the country, Moldova is making efforts to modernise the sector concerning vocational training and the school-to-job transition process.

Humanitarian Aid: Network support to self-recovery shelter and rehabilitation support for victims of the Typhoon Haiyan

After the destruction that typhoon Haiyan left behind in the Philippines, thousands of people were moved to temporary shelters, such as tents or community facilities, as their own houses were partially or completely destroyed by the storm. The reconstruction of houses thus remains a top priority, even nearly a year after the disaster.

Humanitarian Aid: Distribution of emergency rescue kits

A lack of knowledge and insufficient disaster preparedness often hinder immediate rescue and support missions after a severe event. In order to increase people's chances of survival and decrease their vulnerability in case of an emergency, HOPE'87 procured special rescue kit boxes to be distributed in risk areas. These boxes consist of fire proof jackets, blankets, helmets, stretchers, hammers, knifes, saws, axes, wrenches, jags, portable oxygen bars, torches, pliers, pillows, rain coats, canvas, rope and other tools and materials.

Alphabetization and bilingual education for young people without access to regular education

With the support of the Austrian association “Barmherzigkeit e.V.” two projects were financed in the rural communities of Tanghin Dassouri and Komki-Ipala.

The alphabetisation project has allowed 240 persons including 180 young women and 60 young men to receive training in reading, writing and basic management techniques. They also received simplified tools in the local language, such as agricultural production and planning charts, account books and balance and inventory sheet.

Improvement of the quality of education in preschool childcare facilities of Chisinau

The project for the improvement of the quality of education in preschool childcare facilities was supported by the Foundation UNESCO-Education for Children in Need. The overall aim of the project was to improve the quality of preschool education for children with special needs, children with Tuberculosis and children in difficult situations. The project’s purpose was primarily to create favourable settings for leisure, physical education and development of these children by providing playgrounds and playroom equipment.

Promoting youth events & youth initiatives

In order to provide young people with networking opportunities and the chance to share experiences while developing practical knowledge, HOPE'87-Bangladesh organised a number of workshops, training sessions and youth exchange programs in Bangladesh and abroad. This year, a national workshop with the title "SAARC Social Charter - Youth Opportunity" has been organised in cooperation with the Family Planning Association of Bangladesh (FPAB). About 40 national and local representatives from youth organisations came together with government officials who attended the workshop.

Health & welfare support for distressed people

HOPE'87 initiated the establishment of a permanent small clinic at Thanchi sub-districts (the most remote are of Bandarban district) to provide primary health care services to the rural population, particulartly to women and children. The clinic is run by the "Humanitarian Foundation", a local NGO and partner of HOPE'87. 

Nutrition education for young women

The association Barmherzigkeit International has been contributing for years in supporting HOPE'87 activities in Burkina Faso. Past interventions have efficiently supported the education of children from rural areas in Burkina Faso. The projects have focussed on the thematic areas of alphabetisation and bilingual education (French and one of the local national languages). Since the beginning of 2015, Barmherzigkeit International's contribution has been dedicated to nutrition education of mothers of children aged 6-23 months in the Komsilga community.

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