Sport for development… a project financed by the Austrian Ministry of Sports

A cross-border cooperation between two villages in the West African countries of Mali and Burkina Faso will bring together youth in the peaceful competition of basketball and volleyball.

Fresh fish from Ouakam: income generation for women in Dakar

“Keur Joyce” is a lively nursery school in Ouakam, nestled between the “Monument de la Renaissance Africaine” and Avenue Cheikh Anta Diop, a district of the Senegalese capital Dakar.

PRESS-RELEASE: ECHO, ADC, Plan International and HOPE'87 start the project "A Safer Tomorrow – Disaster Preparedness in Pakistan"

HOPE’87 continues to promote the Comprehensive School Safety framework, which aims to reduce the risks of all hazards to the education sector. 

In continuation of the previous interventions in Pakistan, HOPE’87 has recently started the implementation of the project “A Safer Tomorrow – Disaster Preparedness in Pakistan (STDP4)”. 

"Cité Baraka- from a slum to a new district" in Senegal

It all started about two years ago, when UNESCO Special Ambassador Dr Ute Ohoven decided to finally resolve the problems of the nearly 1.600 slum dwellers of Baraka, a shantytown in the very middle of the capital Dakar.

Give them a Chance: socio-educational integration of highly vulnerable children in Petit-Goâve/ Haiti

Haiti has an illiteracy rate of 47.1%, making education a key to development, social transformation and breaking the cycle of poverty. Although the government launched a free primary education program in 2011, the most vulnerable children have not benefited from this reform. With public schools accounting for less than 20% of schools in the country, access remains extremely limited.

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