Mínɔ̀ Tech: Building bridges between Afrodescendant women in Baden-Württemberg and Cotonou

Mínɔ̀ Tech strengthens the project management of Afrodescendant women in development cooperation in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, and Cotonou, Benin, through a virtual connection. The project promotes knowledge sharing, interactive training, virtual mentoring sessions and networking to enable sustainable relationships and access to valuable resources. Cultural diversity and digital tools are combined to maximize the social impact of Afrodescendant women in both countries.

WCE (GERMANY) E.V.

WCE (Germany) e.V. collects donated computers in Germany to connect schools and universities in developing countries to the Internet. This gives young people in poorer countries the chance to receive computer training. WCE stands for “World Computer Development”

WALDSEER WORLD SHOP

By selling products through fair trade, we enable people from economically disadvantaged countries to improve their living and working conditions. Fair trade puts people at the center, promotes social justice and stands for reliable trading relationships. Principles of Fair Trade: Fair Price Continuity Decent Working Conditions Social Security Advice

SWISSCONTACT GERMANY GGMBH

The company aims to promote and support technical development cooperation between industrialized countries on the one hand and developing countries and Eastern Europe on the other. As part of its corporate purpose, it takes on orders for the clarification, advice and implementation of projects, particularly in the areas of vocational training, crafts, industrial and small business promotion and ecology.

KONRAD ADENAUER FOUNDATION E.V.

political education

CHILDREN'S RIGHTS AFRICA E.V.

The world owes all the world's children the best it has to give...says the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Children's Rights Africa e.V. has set itself the goal of concretely implementing this convention in the international arena.

LIWEITARI FRIENDS CIRCLE E.V.

Dual vocational training, school education

TRAINING FARM TO STRENGTHEN THE CHILD PROTECTION CENTER LA PASSERELLE

Girls who have experienced violence, sexual or economic exploitation, child trafficking, early and forced marriage, exclusion or neglect receive protection and support at the “La Passerelle” center. However, the ESGB provider is faced with the challenge of having to finance the reception, care and support of the girls from its own resources in the long term. By setting up a model training farm, the aim is to ensure that basic supplies, particularly balanced nutrition, are sustainably provided to at least 200 girls every year. On the other hand, the farm offers the opportunity to train in agriculture for 10 girls every year. These are strengthened in their independence and are therefore less at risk of poverty, exploitation and violence in the future.

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