An application to participate at your own pace, in the city or in the countryside.

This year marks the 30th edition of the Marche de l’espoir! For this occasion, and considering the health situation, Terre des Hommes Suisse is launching an improved version of the Digital Marche de l’espoir!

What is the Digital Marche de l’espoir?

It is an app to be downloaded from your App store, which allows you to create your account, to record the kilometres you have walked, to share your progress with your sponsors and to see how much you have raised for children’s rights! You can also take part in quizzes, take and share photos and find the latest news about the Marche de l’espoir.

When will it take place?

This year it will take place from 17 October to 20 November 2021, the anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.

How can I participate?

From 17 October 2021, you just need to download the app here, create your profile and start walking at your own pace in order to accumulate kilometres and collect donations for the children of Haiti!

The application is very easy to use but we will give you all the indications on this page to ensure a quick and smooth start.

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Together, let’s commit to the respect of children’s rights. Thank you very much!

Start my Digital Marche de l'espoir

The app is available on the App stores, you can find them by clicking on the button below.

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Application for Iphone

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Application for Android

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Marche de l'espoir

Do you need help to use the application?

Find tutorials by clicking on the button below or contact us at  secretariat@terredeshommessuisse.ch 

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