Siemens Foundation (Germany), UNESCO Foundation-Education for Children in Need and HOPE’87 strengthen their cooperation for Ethiopia

In a recent meeting in München at the HQ of the Siemens Foundation, Ms Filtzinger, Head of Department and Ms Weyrich, Desk Officer of the Siemens Foundation, Mr Jägers, Director of the UNESCO Foundation Education for Children in Need and HOPE’87 Secretary General Robert Ottitsch agreed on a partnership based, effective cooperation for Ethiopia.

International Youth Day in Bangladesh

HOPE'87-Bangladesh commemorated the International Youth Day on August 12th by supporting two small scale income generating projects for young people. Ali Majid, a former illiterate rickshaw puller who grabbed the opportunity to get training in computer technology, was awarded 50.000,- Bangladeshi Taka to open his own computer shop in order to gain an income and to support his family.

2.500.000 Internally Displaced Persons in Pakistan- HOPE’87 Helps!

The ongoing unrest in Swat and the operation against the militants in the area has resulted in insurmountable hardships for the whole population.

Ralf Zacherl School – Burkina Faso

With the support of Ralf Zacherl through the UNESCO Foundation – Education for Children in Need, HOPE’87 and the local population of Taonsgho, a village in the rural district of Tanghin-Dassouri, joined hands and built a school with three classrooms, equipped with a canteen in order to secure basic education as well as school feeding for the youngest.

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Diarrhoea epidemic hits Chittagong Hills Tract- HOPE deploys emergency aid

Diarrhoea is spreading at the moment in Chittagong Hills Tract in the mountainous  far East of the country, especially in Ruma, Roanchori and Thanchi areas due to unsafe drinking water. The death toll related to diarrhoea and subsequent dehydration especially among small children, the elderly and weak has risen dramatically.

Nomination of a HOPE’87 Mali Representative

HOPE’87 is established in West Africa since more than 15 years with Branch Offices in Senegal and Burkina Faso. 

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