HOPE for the flood victims in Pakistan

Approximately six month ago, floods caused by the monsoon destroyed great parts of Pakistan. As HOPE’87 maintains a permanent branch office in Islamabad - HOPE’87-Pakistan - we were one of the first Austrian relief organizations on site to assist with humanitarian aid. The Austrian Government declared its commitment to fund the humanitarian aid activities in the water sector.

Press release: "Früchte aus dem Swat-Tal, Pakistan"

Das Landwirtschaftsprojekt, durchgeführt von HOPE’87 und finanziert von der Europäischen Kommission, fährt trotz der Flutkatastrophe hervorragende Erträge ein

EC funds project in Tajikistan

Press Release
The European Commission allocates € 800,00 to HOPE’87 for:
Improving Income and Living Conditions in Rural areas of Eastern Khatlon through Natural Resource Management and Habitat Improvement 

General Assembly of HOPE'87

On October 20th the annual General Assembly of HOPE’87 took place at the Haus-, Hof- und Staatsarchiv (“Royal Archives”) in Vienna. This year’s meeting counted with the presence of a record number of members, guests and representatives of the diplomatic community and partner NGO present. 

Pakistan - Relief Aid for Flood Victims

The rain started on the 27th of July. At first, people were happy about the rain because it would bring some relief after the heat and crops badly needed the water. However, for eight consecutive days the rain did not stop. The rivers burst their banks and flooded the neighbouring villages and fields, dragging along houses, animals and people.

Haiti - 6 months after the earthquake

On 12th of January 2010 an earthquake with the magnitude of 7,2 of the Richter scale killed about 230.000 people in Haiti. The epicentre was close to the overpopulated capital of Port-au-Prince and destroyed the city totally. 3 Mio. people are affected, from that 2 Mio. persons are displaced and 540.000 live in camps.