ECHO Soudure - Prevention of under-nutrition through food assistance and nutrition, an ECHO financed humanitarian aid project

The most recent food crisis impacting agro-pastoralists in the Sahel region led to the ECHO response plan of the 2016 Humanitarian Implementation Plan for Burkina Faso (“ECHO-Soudure”), covering the Oudalan province and provinces in the East and Centre-Nord regions. It is an emergency aid action financed by DG ECHO and led by a set of NGOs including the Sahel Consortium under the leadership of OXFAM, within a common framework of action comprising Christian Aid, Danish Refugees Council, GVC, HOPE’87, OCADES, SOS Sahel, Action against Hunger and Save the Children.

HOPE’87 – unbezahltes Volontariat

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Mindestdauer: 6 Monate: 2 Tage/ pro Woche (ca. 350 Stunden)


HOPE’87, eine österreichische Initiative, wurde als Antwort auf das Internationale Jugendjahr der Vereinten Nationen gegründet.

HOPE’87 ist eine Organisation, die praktisch und effizient junge Leute weltweit beratend und finanziell unterstützt, ihre eigenen Ideen für kleine, regional entwickelte Projekte auf den Gebieten Ausbildung, Landwirtschaft, Handwerk und Dienstleistung zu verwirklichen.

Building community resilience to disaster by promoting and mainstreaming disaster risk management (DRM) and climate adaption initiatives

Globally, disasters are occurring at an alarming frequency and with increased severity, especially in Asia. Along with climate change related crises, disasters create humanitarian and development challenges. Around the world, the number and severity of disasters has grown and Nepal is no exception.

Youth Vocational Training Center Nabelin

Burkina Faso lacks sufficient opportunities for vocational education and professional training in many of the key economic sectors. Several years ago, HOPE’87 established a technical and vocational training center in the rural community of Komki-Ipala, where more than a hundred girls and boys have already received various job trainings in agricultural and non-agricultural courses.

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 of working age, but only 30.1 percent of this group take part in income generating activities.