Education

Enhancing Quality of Primary & Secondary Education in Pakistan

The objective of this project was to provide quality teacher training and education in Sindh province, Pakistan, which contributed to the achievement of universal primary education. The project established the "Hope Centre of Learning for the teachers" in Sindh province.

YES Center India

The YES Centre India project was launched in September 2017 and completed by April 2021. The project aimed at empowering girls and young women by strengthening their vocational skills in the garment and fashion industry sector and their voices for economic self-reliance to take a leadership role in poverty alleviation initiatives in the Bellary district in Karnataka state. Over the last three and a half years, the project contributed to developing the technical and management skills of over 400 women for enhancing disaster-resilient income opportunities.

STYLE (Skills Training for female Youth and Life-skills Education)

Approximately half of the population of Bangladesh is female. Women and girls are in need of a proper skill development education and training in various fields for self-reliance and employment. Therefore, HOPE’87 launched the STYLE-project in order to contribute to the empowerment of the beneficiaries and to facilitate the creation of new jobs and income-generating activities for young women.

Equal opportunities for marginalised girls - A School for Mamabougou

It takes quite some time to reach the village Mamabougou on a rough trail, accessible only in the dry season. Mamambougou is situated about 25 km off the main road and the administrative site of Finkolo in the far South-East of Mali in the Cercle of Sikasso. The villagers themselves had joined hands and had built two sheds with clay walls and a thatched roof to serve their 100 children as a makeshift school. During the rainy season of 2018, parts of the „school“ collapsed due to the heavy rains; fortunately it happened in the middle of the night.

Access for out of school Children to Education & Safe Schools (AcCESS)

The aim of the "Access for Out of School Children to Education and Safe Schools in Pakistan (AcCESS)" project is to improve access to quality education in emergencies, other situations of violence and early recovery phases.

Mobile Quality Schools (MQS) in Bangladesh

The main purpose of the Mobile Quality School project is to convey quality formal education at primary school level to most vulnerable and disadvantaged working children and children who dropped out of school in the areas of Dhaka and Chittagong - on the basis of equity, quality, inclusivity, affordability, cost effectiveness and financial sustainablity. The project aims at contributing to the most vulnerable and disadvantaged children through quality education.

Christmas campaign 2019: Education, vocational training and humanitarian assistance for Burkina Faso and Mali

Through the implementation of this project, four important goals were achieved:

1) The construction and equipment of the primary school of Mamabougou (Mali)

2) Support for the vocational training centre ESPOIR in Sikasso (Mali)

3) The construction and equipment of the sports centre of Finkolo (Mali)

4) Combat against malnutrition while supporting nutritional education of the women in the Sahel region as well as the northern centre (Burkina Faso)

YES Center 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. 

Expansion of the Baraka Primary School

The general objective of the Baraka Primary School extension project was to contribute for Senegal to the achievement of the fourth objective for Sustainable Development: to ensure access for all to quality education on a sustainable basis and promote opportunities for lifelong learning. This was measured by the fact that all the children who have enrolled at Baraka Primary School have access to inclusive and quality education.

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

UNESCO NatCom and 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 Center of the Church of St. Dumitru. This allows them to better integrate into society and the labor market.

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