AcCESS project - Setting New Traditions

In the small village of Nasir Pur Peshawar lives Shabnum. The young girl belongs to a family of six siblings, all of whom come daily to attend classes at their local community feeder school.

The Secretary General's mission to Senegal

For the last couple of weeks Mr Robert Ottitsch, Secretary General of HOPE'87, was on mission in Senegal with the Vice President of the YOU Foundation - Education for Children in Need, Ms Claudia Jerger, and the UNESCO Special Ambassador and President of the YOU Foundation, Dr Ute H. Ohoven.

Success story in celebration of the UN-International Day of Education - Road to Education

Aspirations. We all have them. Working day and night to reach up to the expectations that we have set for ourselves. For many children residing around the rural parts of Pakistan these aspirations are often left unfulfilled. 

Results achieved through the YES Center Hanoi project

YES Center Hanoi- a youth empowerment through skills training project of HOPE’87 in cooperation with the YOU Foundation- Education for Children in Need and ADRA… more than 1.000 students joined the workplace skills training classes… enjoy the video about tailoring, cooking, bartending, cosmetics and beauty care, communication, disaster risk reduction, entrepreneurship and life skills...

A small fund with a big impact…

The Batwa are an indigenous ethnic group belonging to the pygmy people and make up about 1 % of the Burundian population. Widely accepted as the first inhabitants of the region, they have lost their traditional hunting and gathering grounds due to land grabbing.

A visit to the Rohingya Refugee Camp by HOPE’87 Secretary General Robert Ottitsch...

In late August 2017, a mass influx of Rohingya refugees arrived from the Rakhine State of Myanmar into Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh. About 1.5 million refugees are currently living in the Ukhiya and Teknaf upazilas in Cox’s Bazar, a district bordering Myanmar where the main border crossing points are located.