Our completed projects

Water & Food for Aus / Lüderitz: Chicken Farm – Namibia

Chicken farm program LNW is an NGO that develops programs with an economic background based on the model WATER – LIFE – EDUCATION – WORK. The team has set itself the goal of activating a disused chicken farm in AUS – Namibia and putting it back on an economic footing with a new marketing structure. […]

Tree sponsorship: Ms. Wally Schorr – Namibia

Water is essential for humans and animals, so I decided to support this important project. You have to help the local people so that they can provide themselves with water and food in the long term. This also serves our planet and thus everyone. For around 10 years I have been involved in various organizations, […]

Tree Sponsorship: Project Elementary School Zweibrücken in Namibia

“GS Ixheim charity run 2021 for AUS / Namibia” TREE SPONSORSHIP: A tree project in the Lüdernitz District SCHOOL YEAR 2020/2021 – primary school Zweibrücken – Ixheim TREE DONATION RUN of classes 3a and 3b With your BAUMSPENDENRUN you send a strong signal against climate change and for solidarity and an appreciative coexistence of cultures […]

Water & Business for Tanzania – Emmanuel School

Drinking water supply system for EMMANUEL School – Arusha 1st project step: drilling point location & Approval procedure As a first measure, the local company WED Water & Exploration carried out a water survey and created a hydrogeological report. As a further step, the local authorities in Arusha had to apply for a drilling permit […]

Water & Business for Tanzania – Training

Scholarships for 5 African elementary school graduates to train as well builders and photovoltaic specialists in Carinthia with subsequent start-up help to start their own company. Project Approval: November 2017 Approved funding amount: 10,000 euros Project duration: May to September 2018 Report: Together with the help of local companies, access to clean and vital drinking […]

Water Well Project: Mihungani – Tanzania

Along the main road in the direction of Singhida lies the village of Mihungani in the Monduli District region – Northern Tanzania. The approximately 5.000 people who live here must take the water for their daily requirements from the water holes in the mountains in the form of rainwater. Besides the general contamination from the […]

Water Well Project: Ormoto – Tanzania

In the region Loiborsoit, the village Ormoto is situated in the south, roughly 3 hrs drive along the main road in the direction of the Serengeti National Park. Nearly 5,000 people live there, who for their daily requirements must take water from the water holes as well as rainwater from the puddles. In the centre […]

Water Well Project: Mfou D’Abembe Department – Cameroon

Management: Hubert Belinga Location/water situation: The villages around D’Abembe are situated about 2 hours drive south of the capital Yaounde in a very remote area. In some villages there is drinking water from drinking water wells with hand pumps and again others only dispose of dirty water from the nearby river. From this standpipe the […]

Water Well Project: Kongni / Department Menoua – Cameroon

Management: Paul Kana sen. Water situation: Currently in the region there is no well in existence for the retrieval of ground water. The inhabitants get the water from the river and collect the rainwater. As the water quality cannot be examined, they are consistently confronted with illnesses and highly infectious diseases e.g. cholera. In Cameroon […]

School project: Narriva – “English Medium School” – Tanzania

Location: near Momella – Arusha national park Population: ca. 400 boarding school children School children: June 2016: 447 (from kindergarten to 6th class, 7th and 8th school levels are planned) of which 209 are girls and 238 boys. Of the 447 pupils, 209 (boys and girls) are currently staying at school. 427 young people from […]

3 Water Well Projects: St. Mary’s Church – Tanzania

1. Village – KIA: KIA ward – completed successfully District: Hai Region: Kilimanjaro Location: 37 km from Moshi includes KIA AIRPORT Population: 180 Households, with about 820 people Water usage: * Mainly domestic * vegetable gardens * Livestock Contact Person in of the whole project will be Caritas and Development Director! 2. Village – Orkolili: […]

Basic training in craft trades – Tanzania

As a foundation for their training at the Maji Ni Uhai Campus of Water Technology the participants are given basic training in one of the trades i.e. mason, electrician, locksmith, mechanic or plumber in a state-approved vocational school in Tanzania. The successful completion of the training in any of these professions is the basic requirement […]