The Global Goals for Sustainable Development

International Projects

HOPE International Development Agency

  • Emergency Flood Relief & Rehabilitation

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Myanmar | Amount: $40,000 | Funded in 2008/2009

    HOPE Myanmar is responding to severe flooding and other effects of Cyclone Nargis which recently hit Burma. It assists affected people with immediate relief and later with rehabilitation to meet the basic needs of families. MCIC funds were used to purchase supplies, outfit mobile health teams and take on future rehabilitation tasks as identified.

    This project was part of $100,000 received from the Government of Manitoba, designated specifically to respond to flooding in Burma/Myanmar caused by Cyclone Nargis.

  • Emergency Relief for Congolese Refugees in Sudan

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Sudan | Amount: $20,000 | Funded in 2008/2009

    HOPE, together with partner organization Sudanese Development and Relief Agency, is providing non-food relief items for 280 refugee families fleeing from the Congo to the Madebe, Igig, and Naganga areas, located in Ibba County, Sudan.

  • Flooding Relief

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Honduras | Amount: $20,000 | Funded in 2008/2009

    HOPE International Development Agency is supporting its local partner in Honduras to provide immediate relief to farmers devastated by the hurricane and subsequent flooding. HOPE is helping 2,500 families who have lost their crops to replant 2,000 acres of corn and beans.

  • Water Supply for Integrated Community Development

    Fund: Development Fund | Country: Philippines | Amount: $11,805 | Funded in 2008/2009

    HOPE International Development Agency is supporting its local Filipino partner to collaborate with community and regional organizations in the construction of 48 water systems. This project takes place within the broader context of integrated community development. It will provide access to clean water for approximately 17,000 people.

  • Tapping a Southern Solution

    Fund: Development Fund | Country: Sudan | Amount: $13,482 | Funded in 2009/2010

    The Tapping a Southern Solution project will provide clean, reliable water to 4,000 men and women. Using Southern and Canadian expertise, HOPE International will also provide capacity building to their Sudanese partner organization to increase the knowledge, skills, and confidence of its development personnel.

  • Emergency Flooding Relief

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Pakistan | Amount: $50,000 | Funded in 2010/2011

    HOPE’s Emergency Flooding Relief project provides emergency medical support for four medical clinics serving approximately 15,500 women, children and men displaced by severe flooding.

    This project was part of $200,000 received from the Government of Manitoba, designated specifically to respond to the July 2010 flooding in Pakistan.

  • Emergency Relief for Internally Displaced Persons

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Sudan | Amount: $25,000 | Funded in 2010/2011

    Emergency Relief for Internally Displaced Persons is being delivered by HOPE and its local partners due to the conflict situation in Southern Sudan. This includes food, cooking utensils, plates, cups and jerry cans.

  • Sharing Southern Solutions

    Fund: Theme Fund | Country: Ethiopia, Philippines | Amount: $16,995 | Funded in 2010/2011

    Sharing Southern Solutions builds the capacity of two local organizations in Ethiopia and Philippines by facilitating exchange visits for personnel to learn best practices from organizations with similar programming. Local development workers will gain and apply strategic knowledge and skills that contribute to effective implementation of water supplies.

  • Water & Sanitation – Bonke Project

    Fund: Development Fund | Country: Ethiopia | Amount: $9,219 | Funded in 2010/2011

    HOPE’s Water & Sanitation – Bonke project is working in drought-prone areas of southern Ethiopia to build local capacity and infrastructure for access to clean water for 11,000 people in 18 very remote villages. Activities include construction of gravity-fed spring protection infrastructure, health and sanitation training, and water distribution systems.

  • East Africa Drought Relief

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Ethiopia | Amount: $60,000 | Funded in 2011/2012

    HOPE, through its office in Ethiopia, is providing East Africa Drought Relief. It is providing food relief and preventative measures against malaria outbreaks. This includes therapeutic food to acutely malnourished children, and food rations and mosquito nets to vulnerable families.

  • Emergency Food Relief

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Philippines | Amount: $33,000 | Funded in 2011/2012

    HOPE is providing Emergency Food Relief to 8,500 vulnerable families in Cagayan de Oro, the worst hit area in December’s Tropical Storm Washi, which caused flash floods and mudslides, affecting hundreds of thousands of people.

  • Rehabilitating Bahamani Internally Displaced Persons

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: South Sudan | Amount: $15,448 | Funded in 2011/2012

    HOPE, along with the Episcopalian Church of Sudan, is Rehabilitating Bahamani Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) of South Sudan that have fled their communities due to attacks by rebel groups. IDPs will be provided with seeds and tools for the coming planting season to re-establish and increase local food production.

  • Relief for Farming Families

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Afghanistan | Amount: $30,000 | Funded in 2011/2012

    HOPE’s Relief for Farming Families will build and stock a seed storage bank and empower affected communities to respond effectively and appropriately to their developing food crisis. Seed distribution will be targeted to those most in need. This approach strategically builds on previous work and complements HOPE’s long term food security planning in Afghanistan.

  • Sharing Southern Solutions

    Fund: Theme Fund | Country: Philippines, Ethiopia, Cambodia | Amount: $15,000 | Funded in 2011/2012

    HOPE is Sharing Southern Solutions by working with its international partners to build the capacity of four local organizations in three countries by facilitating exchange visits where organizations with similar programming can learn best practices. The context for this project is the implementation of effective water supply and sustainable agriculture projects.

  • Village Agriculture program

    Fund: Development Fund | Country: Afghanistan | Amount: $11,129 | Funded in 2011/2012

    Through the Village Agriculture program, HOPE is working with communities in Kunduz province to increase agricultural resilience through community managed seed centres, improved infrastructure, and tree planting. This will improve household food consumption in a time of need.

  • Iquitos Flooding Relief

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Peru | Amount: $15,000 | Funded in 2012/2013

    HOPE is providing Iquitos Flooding Relief with emergency supplies and preventive health education to mitigate the spread of disease among 1,500 vulnerable families after heavy rainfall caused severe flooding of Amazonian rivers in northern Peru. Families in urban slum areas are at highest risk from fatal communicable diseases.

  • Relief for Drought-Affected Families

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Somalia | Amount: $40,000 | Funded in 2012/2013

    HOPE is providing Relief for Drought-Affected Families living in camps around Mogadishu. HOPE is working to improve health by distributing dry food rations and providing access to clean water through the rehabilitation of a camp water system.

  • Social Enterprise Development for Indigenous Peoples

    Fund: Theme Fund | Country: Philippines | Amount: $15,000 | Funded in 2012/2013

    HOPE’s Social Enterprise Development for Indigenous Peoples will provide the training and facilities enabling Indigenous youth and farmers to develop a working model of an environmentally, economically, and culturally viable entrepreneurial venture. The result is a cup of coffee that has a positive impact on the many lives that were involved in having it produced.

  • Tropical Storm Isaac Relief and Rehabilitation

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Haiti | Amount: $6,000 | Funded in 2012/2013

    Tropical Storm Isaac Relief and Rehabilitation provides housing reconstruction support for 89 families severely affected by the storm that hit Haiti in August 2012. The houses of these families were completely destroyed by the storm; many of the families lost their vegetable gardens, fields and animals.

  • Typhoon Bopha Relief

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Philippines | Amount: $40,000 | Funded in 2012/2013

    The Typhoon Bopha Relief project will provide emergency food, shelter materials, and medical relief to 6,000 vulnerable families in scattered rural mountains, the areas worst hit by the storm.

  • Village Agriculture

    Fund: Development Fund | Country: Afghanistan | Amount: $12,425 | Funded in 2012/2013

    Communities in Kunduz province, Afghanistan are working toward increased Village Agriculture resilience through interventions including community managed seed centres, improving connections to markets by a community access road, and planting trees in denuded areas. The result will be increased self-reliance in seed production to meet crop planting and household consumption needs.

  • Cultivators to Market

    Fund: Development Fund | Country: Congo (DR) | Amount: $10892 | Funded in 2013-14

    HIDA is working in the Ubangi region of northwestern Democratic Republic of Congo to contribute to local self-reliance by establishing a cultivator-profitable value chain. The goal is to increase and improve farm production and its sale. Farmers will be supported by inputs of seeds, tools, training, and market logistical assistance.

  • Rehabilitation for Families Affected by Natural Disasters

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Haiti | Amount: $40000 | Funded in 2013-14

    HIDA is working to help 700 families affected by food insecurity in mountainous Haitian communities. Through established cooperatives, families will receive seeds and training to grow short-cycle crops. Support provided will also enable cooperatives to stock grains for future seasons, providing a safety net in case of ongoing insecurity.

  • Relief for Earthquake Survivors - Bohol, Philippines

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Philippines | Amount: $35000 | Funded in 2013-14

    On October 15, 2013, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit Bohol, Philippines, displacing 380,000 people and destroying 45,000 homes. Families now living in emergency camps and shelters lack basic necessities for survival. This project will provide emergency food, water, shelter materials, and medical relief to 6,000 vulnerable, displaced, and underserved families.

  • Relief for Typhoon Haiyan Survivors in Leyte

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Philippines | Amount: $10000 | Funded in 2013-14

    This project will supply food, bedding, soap and pails to 1,000 vulnerable, displaced and underserved families (5,000 people) in Javier municipality of Leyte province in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan. These families are living in damaged homes or emergency shelters and lack the basic necessities for survival.

  • Emergency Food Support

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: Pakistan | Amount: $5,000 | Funded in 2014-15

    The project will directly contribute toward improved food security for 150 families in the aftermath of widespread flooding in Pakistan. It will provide the families with WHO approved nutritional food rations for one month and establish four Village Flood Response Committees.

  • Emergency Food and Agricultural Support

    Fund: Relief and Rehabilitation Fund | Country: South Sudan | Amount: $25,000 | Funded in 2014-15

    This project aims to help 300 families access short-term food relief and the means to plant crops in the aftermath of widespread food insecurity caused by conflict and consecutive bad harvests.

  • Sustainable Livelihoods for People with Disabilities – Sri Lanka

    Fund: Theme Fund | Country: Sri Lanka | Amount: $15,000 | Funded in 2014-15

    The project seeks to provide sustainable livelihoods and a dignified living for 34 people with disabilities (17 female/ 17 male) and their families in four communities of Nedunkerny, Sri Lanka. The project will provide agricultural training and capital for dairy farming.

  • Water Systems and Sustainable Agriculture for Indigenous Peoples Communities in Mindanao

    Fund: Development Fund | Country: Philippines | Amount: $12,604 | Funded in 2014-15

    The project seeks to promote the health and self-reliance of 250 families among 5 Indigenous Peoples communities in Mindanao, Philippines by providing sustainable clean water, with 150 of the most marginalized families benefiting from agricultural training leading to increased food security.