About one in three children under the age of five suffer from malnutrition – even though there is no famine.
"Resha" means roots, because in order to achieve sustainable economic growth, we want to start at the grass roots.
We provide children from desperate backgrounds with beneficial basic living conditions that enable them to escape the spiral of poverty.
Millions of Ethiopians have virtually no literature in their native language.
Garbage is a devastating environmental problem in the Comoros. Often, the waste is simply thrown into the bed of a river or on the shores of the sea.
Since 2012, we have been running a literacy project in collaboration with a local association and the Ministry of Education.
Many colleagues in the region can benefit from the modern farming know-how and farm machinery.
We actively fight poverty and invest in the future of young and talented people in the Balkans.
Water is typically drawn from open holes dug in dried riverbeds, and often has poor quality.
Our project focuses on people who are unemployed but have the potential to become entrepreneurs.
Our aim is to provide drug addicts with a home, to give them a future and to integrate them back into society.