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MATERIALS FROM TOGO AND LADIN TAILORING

During the most recent visit to Togo we brought back with us material bought in the market of Lomé. That's how we transform them.

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Rights denied. Political repression. Racial discrimination. Malnutrition, exploitation, wars and violence. Disease and poverty. Lack of schools and hospitals. At times lack of everything conceivable. The world goes on but for millions of people to go on is no easy task. However, there is a way to ease this dilemma – through small everyday actions. This is what our Foundation is all about. Since its foundation in 2007 the aim has been to assist in promoting the rights of the world's underprivileged.

713.000 €
Investments made
14
Current projects
8
Voluntary collaborators

Our projects worldwide

Project started in
2012
Contributions towards project so far
26.000 €
Country
Togo
Status
Active

Amakapé: a question of hope

Amakpapé is the name of a village in Togo with 12,000 souls. In the Ewè language it means ‘House of leaves’. A beautiful name which conjures up ‘green’.

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Yellow trust

The start-up project of zafferon cultivation in Afghanistan, to endorse women, their rights and the perspective of a future. We will invest 25.000 Euros for the first year, committing ourselves for 5 years. 

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Project started in
2012
Contributions towards project so far
25.000 €
Country
Afghanistan
Status
Ongoing
Project started in
2008
Contributions towards project so far
30.000 €
Country
India
Status
Active

HOUSE 13, a home for children in exile

At the Tibetan Children’s Village of Dharamsala, in Northern India.
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Other projects

Not only projects but the people actually involved

Afghanistan

The Saffron Ladies

In a land devastated by war saffron flowers, and new life and new hope is emerging for a few.

Afghanistan

HIV and poverty

During the last few years, in this region the spread of HIV/AIDS has soared from 3.5% in 2006 to 5.3% in 2016, and about 2000 children from 1 to 15 years old, have contracted the v

Afghanistan

Jhamtse Gatsal

Jhamtse Gatsal, which in Tibetan means "garden of love and compassion", is a community for 90 orphan children, they having found home in an orphanage wanted by Lobsang.