Update on sports in promotion of peace

While promoting peace and solidarity at the border of Mali and Burkina Faso, HOPE’87, as part of the United Teams- the strategic alliance of the YOU Foundation (Germany) and HOPE’87 (Austria), has been working on numerous educational and income-generating projects since 2008.

UN World Day Against Child Labour - Update on the Milon Night School

In light of the upcoming UN World Day Against Child Labour on 12th of June, HOPE’87 would like to celebrate the Milon Night School project in Bangladesh, Dhaka. This project initiated an educational programme for underprivileged children such as street and working children by providing them with basic education in evening classes.

For a very special person...Tamar Oppenheimer

On June 9th we are remembering for the eleventh time the eternal departure of the co-founder of our organisation HOPE’87, our mentor and friend, 

Ms Tamar Oppenheimer, O.C., UN Assistent Secretary General, Director of UNOV, Member of the Order of Canada and Senior Advisor of HOPE’87.

Big news - Cité Baraka: Moving from a slum to a modern district in Senegal

After all the dedicated work that the YOU Foundation – Education for Children in Need and HOPE’87 together with their congenial partner CasaOrascom have put into the Baraka project, the project’s vision has finally come true and the United Teams - the strategic alliance of the YOU Foundation and HOPE’87 is proud to share with you that the first half of the slum dwellers of Baraka have finally m

What’s new on our poultry farm in Mali?

The United Teams - the strategic alliance of the YOU Foundation and HOPE’87 is thrilled about the great developments of the poultry farm project entitled “„Renforcement de Capacité et création de revenus pour les petits fermiers au Burkina Faso et au Mali“.

Production of Corona-masks in Baraka

The situation of the Corona pandemic continues to deteriorate, especially in Africa. A lack of hygienic care, such as access to clean water and sanitation, makes the situation of many people all the more difficult, including in Senegal.