The latest figure

 

Figures tell stories and explain facts, coherences and procedures. With our “Latest figure” we want to show why subjects like these are particularly close to our heart:

450 – KIUMA helps expecting mothers in case of complications before and after birth

Each year, about 450 children are born in the KIUMA Hospital in Tanzania. That they are doing well in spite of problems during pregnancy or birth, is due to the wortundtat partner KIUMA, which operates the only medical point of call in the region. Read on …

3 – Working in the greenhouses gives back self-respect

Three new greenhouses were built in cooperation with wortundtat in the garden of our Moldovan partner Gloria in Ceadîr Lunga. By undertaking simple work, alcoholics learn self-respect again.. Read on …

100 – Every day, refugee women and children are looking for help in Athens

Day after day, about 100 women and children come for help to the Centre for Mothers and Children in Athens. Their aid programme is aimed at refugees who do not receive sufficient support from anywhere else. Read on …

200 – A warm meal and care for neglected children

wortundtat also helps in Germany. Every day, six to eleven year olds who come to the Kid’s Club in Dortmund, receive a free lunch, affection and a safe place for carefree play. Their parents often do not have the necessary energy to look after them. Read on …

405 – Monthly food parcels as emergency aid for the sick

In India, wortundtat supports people, who are too ill to go to work and to earn a sufficient income. In April for example, 405 parcels were distributed in two towns of the Guntur District. However, the Aid Organisation also provides perspectives. Read on …

11 – Electricity improves medical care

The electricity supply at the KIUMA Hospital in Tanzania is limited to eleven hours daily. Based on solar energy and a connection to the local network operator, wortundtat brings the hospital into the 21st century. Read on …

Minus 2 – First aid at freezing temperatures

South east Europe is also experiencing a cold spell. In order to protect the many refugees on Lesvos living in simple Igloo tents at least to some extent, an unusual solution was found during the past weeks with the help of wortundtat. Read on ...

6 to 50 – Knowledge builds bridges for young and old

Roma are the most discriminated against and neglected minority in Europe. wortundtat wants to improve their life situation in Athens. The curriculum of a new education programme includes both school education and understanding for each other. Read on …

8 – Centres of Hope open up new perspectives in rural areas

There is a definite lack of facilities for vocational training in southern Tanzania. “Nothing doing” also applies to offers concerning childcare or a meeting point for the village community and communal life. wortundtat is closing this gap. Read on ….

0.80 – As much as a scoop of ice cream

For many poor families in the Indian town of Yeleswaram, education is simply unaffordable. The price for a scoop of ice cream we enjoy on our side of the world, is equivalent to the amount wortundtat pays to secure a place at school for the child of a labourer. Read on …

1:1 – Moldovan pensioners threatened by old-age poverty

Moldova is Europe’s “poorhouse”. Especially at risk are the elderly, who, due to the growing disproportion between workforce and pensioners, hardly receive any pensions, making it increasingly difficult for them to make ends meet. wortundtat helps to the best of its ability. Read on …

850 – A glass of milk per day to give children a better start in life

To grow up healthily, babies and toddlers need a minimum amount of calories each day. By providing milk regularly, wortundtat meet this urgent basic need of the youngest in poor Indian families. Read on …

725.000 – The mosquito is the world’s most dangerous animal

Each year, the number of people who fall victim to mosquito bites is larger than the population of Frankfurt am Main, one of Germany’s major cities.The wortundtat projects in India and Tanzania provide help to sufferers and their relatives. Read on …