About Organization
  • Established in: 2017

  • Registration Law: International NGO

  • Themes & Interventions: Education, Girls Education, Non Formal Education, Disaster

  • What We Do: Advocacy, Capacity Building

Contact Details
  • Head Office at Islamabad

  • House 15A, Street 62, G-6/4 Islamabad

  • Phone: 0512602486

  • Email: info@hope87.org

  • Other Offices: Peshawar, Swat

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Goal 3 Good Health and Wellbeing, Goal 4 Quality Education, Goal 5 Gender Equality, Goal 10 Reduced Inequalities

Introduction

HOPE’87 – Hundreds of Original Projects for Employment – is an Austrian non-profit initiative for the support of youth employment and youth training projects worldwide. HOPE’87 is working in Pakistan since 2011. HOPE'87 signed MoU with Ministry of Interior (MoI) bearing registration number 486/2016/PE-III dated 15th August, 2017. It has worked on youth employment, women empowerment, education, humanitarian aid and disaster risk reduction. The geographical coverage of the interventions have included all provinces with the support of donors such as European Commission, European Commission Humanitarian Aid & Civil Protection (ECHO), Austrian Development Cooperation, UN agencies and private sector.

The programmatic approach of HOPE’87 is focused on strengthening the resilience of communities through education, livelihood development, gender equality, capacity building and disaster preparedness. The strengthening of livelihood structures, especially in rural areas, provides an opportunity for the communities to revive their local economies. With that in mind, HOPE’87 contributes to the promotion of community-driven livelihood initiatives for poverty reduction including women’s socioeconomic empowerment and rights.

 

Vision
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Mission
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Objective
1.       Promotion of youth education, job training and employment in Pakistan within the realms of development cooperation. Comprised are subjects such as school, job-related youth education and training, and the promotion and execution of youth employment projects and programs through public and private measures at local, regional, national and international levels.

2.       Execution and promotion of social, environment, gender empowerment and health projects, as well as projects of rural development and integration in order to advance the employability of the youth.

3.       Implementation of new ideas for career/work opportunities through the economy (formal and informal).

4.       Conception and execution of emergency relief in crisis situations and reconstruction projects after catastrophes, provided that such measures contribute to the long-term effects of education, training and employment of youth.

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