PartnerAid Projects

Insight into our projects

Kosovo – Wood workshop ALiVE

In Kosovo, the school education system is dominated almost exclusively by theoretical knowledge transfer. There is a lack of equipment for practical training as well as of skilled workers – a major disadvantage for young people on the European labour market.

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Ethiopia – Treatment of Trauma

"You cannot find a single family in Somalia where at least one person has not lost their minds because of all the terrible things they had to experience," a friend tells us, who lost his entire family in a single blow in the civil war, "and the worst is that no one is listening to them.

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Ethiopia – Water Filters

Although most Ethiopian families live barely more than half an hour's walk from a murky river, they often spend two to six hours travelling on foot to bring reasonably drinkable water home.

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Ethiopia – Emergency Aid

"Bridge" helps people in Africa to” bridge the gap” during the difficult time of poverty. The aim of the project is that these people can make their living again in an independent way. However, the period of time required to do so can be several years.

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Chad – Clean Water

The Hadjer Hadid region is one of the poorest regions of Chad. Half a million refugees have fled from bordering Darfur into this already impoverished area, suffering from chronic economic and environmental fragility.

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Ethiopia – Literature

Reading in our mother tongue seems to be an obvious thing to us. Not in Ethiopia. Millions of Ethiopians have virtually no literature in their native language. They are stuck in the vicious circle of illiteracy: because no-one publishes, no-one reads, and because people are not readers, there is no market.

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Ethiopia – Children’s Relief Project

We would like to provide children from this desperate background with beneficial basic conditions that enable them to escape the spiral of poverty and to lead an independent life with dignity.

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Bosnia – Agriculture

Many colleagues in the region can benefit from the modern farming know-how and farm machinery. Day-labourers find, sporadically, an opportunity to earn an income.

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Bosnia and Herzegovina – Small Business

Bosnia and Herzegovina is a deeply divided and broken country. Three brutal wars, all during the last century, have severely tested the population. The future is uncertain. There is a lack of perspective and hope.

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Jordan – Disaster Relief

Our partner organisation takes care of these men, women and children. It is very important to inform Syrian refugees about their rights and opportunities to seek help to avoid unnecessary suffering.

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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, at the mercy of the waves.

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Comoros – Fight against Malaria

If in our country a child is asked which is the most dangerous animal, the most frequent answer is the lion, the snake or the shark. But in reality, the enemy is much smaller. The beast which brings death to many people is the mosquito, carrier of malaria.

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Comoros – Literacy

Literacy is a fundamental human right established by the United Nations. In almost every society, literacy is a basic skill on which many other essential life skills are based. In the Comoros archipelago, an Islamic republic in the Indian Ocean, nearly one-third of the population is illiterate (according to UNESCO statistics 2009). The vast majority are women.

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Kosovo – Centre Streha

Providing drug addicts with a home, giving them a future and hope, integrating them into society – free from drugs – these ¬are the objectives of the Streha Rehabilitation Centre in Kosovo.

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Ghana – Project Share

About one in three children under the age of five suffer from malnutrition – even though there is no famine. Malnutrition is generally not a problem of poverty, but above all the result of a lack of knowledge.

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