Photo Reports

Our partner organisation FENAMAD supports indigenous students in the Peruvian Amazon who have to move to the city for their
Our partner organisation BSDA (Buddhism for Social Development Action) has created holistic educational and vocational training programmes for socially vulnerable
Our local partner organisation KODO (Kuthandiza Osayenda Disability Outreach) supports farmers with walking disabilities in the areas of mobility, income
In Cusco, Peru, indigenous children produce bilingual and intercultural radio programmes at school. They are thus actively involved in the
In Ng'ongo, a remote village in the north of Malawi, the village community, supported by ASUD (Action for Sustainable Development),
Thousands of people from all parts of Peru move to the capital city in the hope of a better life.
More and more young people from indigenous village communities in the Peruvian Amazon region are moving to Puerto Maldonado to
Our partner organisation BSDA (Buddhism for Social Development Action) enables young people from very poor families in the region of
IEDS works in the region of Bangalore for a non-violent society and for the empowerment of women. The collective offers
The indigenous community of the Bunong is affected by land grabbing by international rubber companies. The loss of their land
For centuries the indigenous people and their culture have been discriminated against in Peru. This suppression has lasted until today,
In Salima, Malawi, KODO introduces (walking-impaired) farmers who have a walking handicap to the basic techniques of organic agriculture and