Ghana – Project Share
About one in three children under the age of five suffer from malnutrition – even though there is no famine.
Central Asia – Micro Businesses
Our project focuses on people who are unemployed but have the potential to become entrepreneurs.
Lebanon – Education for Syrian refugee children
Two learning centers provide quality, trauma-informed education and a stimulating environment for learning writing, math, sciences and English.
South Asia – Small Business Development
"Resha" means roots, because in order to achieve sustainable economic growth, we want to start at the grass roots.
Kyrgyzstan – Education for All
We take care that disadvantaged children experience support and individual promotion at an early stage.
Comoros – Literacy
Since 2012, we have been running a literacy project in collaboration with a local association and the Ministry of Education.
Morocco – Adults with Disabilities
Amnougar is a place where adults with disabilities are trained in farming, knitting, jewellery making and carpentry.
Comoros – Sport and Education
We offer sports lessons as well as lessons in reading, writing and arithmetic to the children of the 3rd and 4th grade.
Kosovo – Rehabilitation Centre Streha
Our aim is to provide drug addicts with a home, to give them a future and to integrate them back into society.
Ethiopia – Children’s Relief Project
We provide children from desperate backgrounds with beneficial basic living conditions that enable them to escape the spiral of poverty.
Ethiopia – The Arts and Media
Ayaana desires to promote dialogue, respect, understanding, and love across the diverse communities and ethnic groups of Ethiopia.
Comoros – Recycling
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.
Bosnia and Herzegovina – Small Business
We actively fight poverty and invest in the future of young and talented people in the Balkans.
Morocco – Deaf Children
Adapted education for deaf children following the normal curriculum of the Moroccan school system.
Chad – Clean Water
Water is typically drawn from open holes dug in dried riverbeds, and often has poor quality.
Bosnia – Agriculture
Many colleagues in the region can benefit from the modern farming know-how and farm machinery.
Zanzibar – vehicle for training workshop
Enable the purchase of a new customer loaner vehicle, allowing to continue the training operations in a competitive manner.
Zanzibar – Workwear for apprentices
Apprentices as tailors and car mechanics and their instructors receive suitable workwear.
Zanzibar – vocational training for underprivileged women
Every year, 15 young women are trained in a two-year dual apprenticeship as seamstresses.