Development Project

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 an E-Learning Centre (AELC) in 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.This project is located in Peshawar district, in the province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) and aims to complement efforts by the KPK government to establish public-private partnerships for skills development.

YES Center- Youth Development through Skills Training (Cox's Bazar & Dhaka)

More than 50% of the Bangladesh population of more than 158 million is under the age of 24. Youth is the hope of the Nation for the future. Young people are the most energetic and productive segment of the total population. A vast majority of this section unfortunately remains unreached

HOPE Centre for human development

The project focuses on providing an effective training program for the professional growth of the teachers and enhancing student learning outcomes in public, non-profit and low cost private school sector in Pakistan. The project is co-financed by the Austrian Development Cooperation and forms part of a larger program approach.

Preserving Equal Citizenship in Pakistan

The project “Preserving Equal Citizenship in Pakistan" focuses on encouraging the formulation and adoption of a strategy on religious tolerance and its large-scale acceptance among youth in Pakistan. The project is co-financed by EuropeAid, ADC and HOPE’87.

Umeed-e- Noor, skills training for handicapped people

This project was started in June 2009 and successfully ended in May 2011. The main aim of the project was to increase the educational and economic opportunities for people who have physical and mental disabilities. This skills training centre for handicapped people improved the chances for employment and income generation opportunities for youth with special needs. The project trained 169 men/women with various disabilities.

Capacity building for youth organization representatives

With a goal to strengthen the capacity of youth and youth organizations, the following workshops were organized by HOPE’87-Bangladesh:

* “Divisional Workshop on Review of the National Youth Policy”: held in the Barisal Division in cooperation with the Department of Youth Development; this workshop gave special attention to the review of the National Youth Policy of Bangladesh which was endorsed in 2003. 45 representatives from different youth organisations attended the event.

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