Development Project

“Es mi casa” Support for children with special needs in San Francisco de Mostazal

Thanks to donations from “WIGWAM Reisen (Germany)“ and the “Foundation Trekking Chile”, which is the Chilean partner of HOPE’87 and the UNESCO Foundation – Education for Children in Need, the project “Es mi casa” in San Francisco de Mostazal, which is situated 60 km south of Santiago de Chile, could be completed. Throughout the project, children with special needs were trained in handicrafts that can be useful if they want to set foot in the working world.

The voices of mine victims

Developed upon past experience of HOPE’87-BiH and its 20 years of comprehensive assistance provided to mine and war victims, this project represented an innovative initiative to enhance participatory democracy in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Capacity building for habitat improvement in the Hindu Kush – Tajikistan and Pakistan

The project’s specific objective was to contribute to an improved and safer habitat in disaster prone areas of GBAO and Northern Pakistan by habitat improvement initiatives.

Improving income and living conditions in rural areas of eastern Khatlon through natural resource management and habitat improvement

One of the leading objectives of this HOPE’87 project was to establish an enhanced natural resource management system including improved energy efficiency and local environmental rehabilitation. According to the goals of sustainable development and environmental protection, local cooperation between different stakeholders such as government departments, NGOs and local authorities had been strengthened to offer information and skills training to the local population regarding the implementation of thermal insulation, safe drinking water and sanitary facilities and fuel-efficient stoves.

HOPE for the children of Moldova- educational support for long-term hosptalised children of the Institute of Oncology

Psychosocial support for cancer patients in Moldova is poorly developed. Long-termed stays in hospital and the handling with a diagnosis like cancer places children ahead of disproportional challenges, regarding their age and their mental conditions. The importance of psychological support for ill children and family members in Moldova is underestimated and, as a result, there is an acute deficit not only of psychological services in educational institutions but also of employment possibilities for qualified personnel.

Improving the education of children and girls in particular (Dakar Banlieue IV/Phase 1)

In the course of the project Dakar Suburb IV, financed by UNESCO Paris, which focused on education and income generating activities in the Dakar suburbs, a school and a day nursery was built and equipped in Baraka, a play ground for small children was established at the Grand Yoff II school and a public kindergarten at Parcelles Assainies was provides with sanitary facilities.

Intensification of rice production in the rural communities of Mampatim and Dialambéré

Within its advocacy work, HOPE’87-Senegal established a working contact between its long term local partner in the Moyenne Casamance, UGCIVD (General Union of Inter-Village Development), with the USAID programme “Economic Growth”. This programme accelerated the economic growth of Senegal and increased trade and competitiveness, by providing technical expertise and assistance aimed at private enterprise development. Amongst others, the focus was on the improvement of the commercialisation of traditional agricultural products.

PRODEL/Kissal-Patim-Korassé: Local development programme for rural communities in Mampatim and Médina Chérif

This project was part of HOPE’87 longterm strategy in this area, which started in 1992 with smaller village rehabilitation projects and has developed to a holistic approach comprising agricultural as well as non-agricultural income creation, environment and the consolidation of local structures.

Generation of sources of income for women and young people in Dakar's suburbs (Dakar Banlieue III/Phase 2)

The Dakar Suburb III project was terminated at the end of 2009, with activities aiming at the intensification of micro-financing and income generating activities for young people and especially women in Baraka, a slum dwelling in Dakar. About 500 inhabitants benefitted from micro-credits and training opportunities, enabling them to open their small businesses such as market stalls, street hawkers or hair dressers.

Integrated project to fight poverty in the suburbs of Dakar

HOPE'87 successfully completed phase one of its project to reduce poverty in Dakar through education. The completion of this phase saw the construction and rehabilitation of classrooms in a public school in Parcelles Assainies Unité 10 Dakar. The second phase of the project started in January 2012 and included the construction of a health centre ("poste de santé") for about 3,500 inhabitants and the enlargement of skills-training facilities for about 300 trainees in the slum of Baraka.

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