Development Project

YES Centre Tangail

The purpose of this project was to empower the youth, especially girls and young women, by strengthening their skills and raising their voices for economic self-reliance, and to take leadership roles in poverty alleviation initiatives in Tangail and Dhaka Districts. By developing skills and providing access to information technology, the youth's productivity increased in these areas. 

Educational Centre for Children (including children with special educational needs) AGAPIS, St. Dumitru Church Parish, Chisinau, Moldova

The National Commission of the Republic of Moldova for UNESCO HOPE'87 Moldova are working together to bring quality education for all in the Republic of Moldova through the implementation of information technology (IT) in trainings dispended at the Social Centre of the Church of St. Dumitru. This allows them to better integrate into society and the labour market.

"I grow healthy: support for the KG in Chirsovo"

The National Commission of the Republic of Moldova for UNESCO and HOPE'87 Moldova are working within the Republic of Moldova to contribute to quality and inclusive early childhood education. The project objective is to support the socio-psychological development of preschooler children, especially those with special needs, in Kindergarten 1 "Sunny".

Equal opportunities in sport

The National Commission of the Republic of Moldova for UNESCO and HOPE'87 Moldova are working to create equal opportunities in sports and recreational activities for children in the Republic of Moldova. The overall aim is to ensure the possibility of children (including those with special needs) to enjoy and engage in sports and recreational activities in a safe and healthy environment.

Healthy lifestyle starts in a kindergarten (TBC Kindergarten)

The National Commission of the Republic of Moldova for UNESCO and HOPE'87 Moldova are reaching out to the children in the Republic of Moldova, contributing to the quality education being accessible there. The project aim is to ensure medical, psycho-social and nutritional care for children that are suffering from tuberculosis in Kindergarten 110 in Chisinau.

The results of the project are as follows:

To create favourable conditions for the protection of life and the children's health of those suffering from tuberculosis.

Community-led Education Opportunities in Pakistan (CEOP)

HOPE'87 and Elementary Secondary Education Foundation (ESEF) are teaming up to provide educational opportunities in Pakistan. This project is being implemented in 7 target districts in Pakistan for 24 months. The overall objective is to give marginalized out-of-school children, especially girls, access to quality educational opportunities in safe learning environments throughout communities in Pakistan. The goal is to increase the number of girls enrolled and reduce the drop-out rate in the supported communities across the 7 seven districts.

Agriculture and improved nutrition for pregnant women and children 0-5 years of age

Despite outstanding improvements of the difficult economic and climatic conditions in Senegal, there is still a lot of progress to be made in the agricultural sector. This project was therefore aiming to improve agricultural production through the introduction of new crop varieties. The project aimed to improve cultivation of seeds in Casamance in the southern region of Senegal.

Blogger training in Baraka

The overall program “Construction of the Cité Baraka” was set up by the YOU Foundation-Education for Children in Need in cooperation with the worldwide construction company ORASCOM. The main objective was to transform “Baraka”, a slum area in the district Liberté VI in Dakar and home to about 1,600 inhabitants, into a modern quarter with a functioning infrastructure, newly built 210 apartments, market place, primary school, health center and income generating activities.

Establishing a small temporary health post

Within the frame of the reconstruction of the slum area of Baraka in Dakar’s district Liberté VI, a temporary medical service was established for the 210 households.

Operating 4 days a week, the very basic infirmary provided first aid services as well as initial medical examination with the provision of medication and the possibility to refer patients to the State hospital.

Rehabilitation of the primary school in Baraka

Within the frame of the reconstruction of the slum area of Baraka in Dakar’s district Liberté VI, this small project aimed at the rehabilitation of the local primary school.

The class rooms for 216 children were painted and equipped with new tables and benches and the toilettes were rehabilitated.

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