Youth Exchange Program
The definition of the concept of “youth” depends on the different cultural and social contexts involved. The HOPE’87 beneficiaries – young people – are often project partners belonging to an integrated system of social ties with responsibilities, duties, and rights.
Bangladesh is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. Rural people of many parts of the country suffer persistent food insecurity for several reasons. HOPE’87 assists the communities especially youths to alleviate poverty and improve their living status.
In Bangladesh the government health care system is inadequate to serve a large population. There is high incidence of morbidity and mortality in slum areas HOPE’87 provides health care to the people through static health centres, mobile health camps, etc.
HOPE´87 is an Austrian initiative cooperating closely with the Austrian Federal Chancellery and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs regarding the support of youth employment projects in Africa, Asia, and Latin America as well as in Central- and Eastern Europe.
HOPE´87 works in different areas such as youth encouragement, youth engagement, humanitarian projects, provision of essential goods, medical care, development activities, etc.
HOPE´87 also works with different partners & affiliates globally and locally. HOPE´87 is currently operating in 11 countries.
HOPE’87 Bangladesh focuses on the following areas of intervention