Bhutan: Computer literacy classes in the Tharpaling Monastery
In order to improve the living conditions and options of the young novices HOPE'87 organized English classes and IT training programs for the youth.
Prevention and protection against Ebola Virus Disease in Senegal
Just as the first case of Ebola has been confirmed in Senegal on 29 August 2014, HOPE'87 starts activities to strengthen prevention and protection against the spread of the Ebola Virus Disease in the Casamance Region in the south of Senegal
Bangladesh: Night school for street kids in Dhaka
The project aimes at providing basic education to Bangladeshi children who due to their living conditions - street kids and working kids - would regularly not be able to go to school. To this purpose a night school was established which uses locally available resources. The gallary shows pictures of one of the schools sports events.
Burkina Faso: Food security and income generation in semi-urban areas
This project focuses on the reinforcement of food security and the fight against poverty.
ECHO organized a regional lessons learnt workshop (RLLW) in Bangkok, Thailand from 17-19 May 2016. European Commission Humanitarian Aid Office (ECHO) is supporting disaster preparedness (DP)/Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) projects (previously DIPECHO budget line) across countries of South Asia region.
On Thursday 26th of May, the President of the Republic of Senegal received a delegation of the YOU Foundation-Education for Children in Need and HOPE'87 in audience to get first hand information on the planned program "Reconstruction of Baraka- from a slum to an urban district".
From 13th to 16th May the football team of the middle school “CEM Médina Chérif” in Senegal’s southern province Casamance, a HOPE’87 project, participated in the Volkswagen Junior World Masters 2016. This year the championship was held as run up to the European Football Championship in Clairefontaine (France).
In April 2016, HOPE’87- Bhutan Country Representative Ms Karma Yangdon was on a monitoring mission to Bumthang to evaluate the project development and to meet with the Head of the Tharpaling Monastery, His Eminence Chungtruel Rimpochey as well as with the novices.
The popular German blogger Katharina Leuck visited Senegal for three weeks to teach young Senegalese men and women how to share with the World their daily live in the slum of Baraka in the middle of Senegals capital Dakar.