Re-collecting the sad memories of the disaster in Bangladesh - Photography competition and exhibition in Dhaka to raise awareness and preparedness

Cyclone SIDR hit Bangladesh on 15th November 2007 and caused severe damage in the coastal region with a death toll of approximately 8,000 people. In this view HOPE’87 Bangladesh wants to re-collect the sad memories of the disaster in order to raise awareness and preparedness with domestic resources.

Agreement on Emergency Assistance for Small Farmers

The national representation of FAO and HOPE’87 in Burkina Faso signed an agreement on ‚Emergency assistance for small farmers suffering from rising food prices in urban and semi urban areas in five cities in Burkina Faso’.

A Christmas Candle for the Children in Bangladesh

This year's X-mas campaign of the "Passauer Neue Presse" will be in co-operation with HOPE'87 and Don Bosco JugendDritteWelt. Donations shall light the future of children, youth and women in Bangladesh, in the remote area of the Chittagong Hill Tracts.

The Chittagong Hill Tracts

Comprehensive pain management in Bosnia-Herzegovina

On May 8th, 2008, the Assistant Minister of Health of the Federation of BiH, Dr. Marina Bera, the Assistant Minister of Health and Social Welfare of Republika Srpska, Dr.

HOPE'87 Emergency Relief Operations 2007/2008 for cyclone victims in Bangladesh

More then 3000 people were recently killed in Bangladesh by the devastating cyclone "Sidr", leaving hundreds of thousands of inhabitants homeless. People lost their property, their belongings, their crops and all means to survive. Up to 90 percent of the region's rice crop was devasted, which will lead to a huge scarcity of food in the months to come.

HOPE'87 participates in the 34th UNESCO General Conference

The UNESCO General Conference, held every two years, will be inaugurated by Director-General Koichiro Matsuura on 16th of October and will last till 3rd of November 2007. HOPE'87, enjoying the official status "In Operational Relationship with UNESCO", has been invited like in previous years to attend the Conference.