• COVID-19
    Emergency Aid

Our transparency

Receipts of deposits and expenses of our food supply:

April – May
June – July
August – September

We contributed to the food supply in Swakopmund, Namibia, with fruits and vegetables. We provided 445,000 Namibian dollars (~ 23,000.00 €) for this purpose. Until now we have distributed over 30 tons of food.

The Corona pandemic is unprecedented in recent history. It is both a health and a humanitarian crisis affecting the lives, health, and livelihoods of people around the world. And it doesn’t stop at Namibia either. There, in the densely populated townships, it meets people who already live under difficult conditions and cannot fall back on reserves. For this reason, our solidarity and our swift action were needed.

We have been working with the local supermarket Fruit&Veg since 2017 and have an account in which we regularly deposit money to supply the children of the DRC School Project with fruit and vegetables every week. The supermarket will charge us directly after each purchase and sends us the receipt digitally. This gives us full transparency and control over our donations and costs. We are glad that the supermarket also promised its support in this emergency situation and at the same time granted us a generous discount on our purchases.

We coordinated, organised and communicated for days with our confidant on site Jens Detmold, as well as the teacher Dina M. from the DRC School Project, about how we can create a basic food supply without creating an imbalance and jealousy in the township. The aim was to provide food as fair and long-term as possible for as many people as possible. Within the framework of the government guidelines, we mobilised our forces and connected with many local organisations. Our support continues to this day.

Thank you very much.

We thank our confidant on site Jens Detmold for his tireless and unconditional support for the local community.

Thanks also to our OPEN DOORS scholarship holder Tulimeke N. for her commitment. She supports Jens Detmold in the food supply.

Our cooperation partners on site

Thanks to the support of Anja Rohwer (Helping Hands), Niki & Sarel Carstens (Hands of Hope Namibia), Konny von Schmettau (Namibia Aktiv & Safaris-Tours for Charity), Maik and Lore Bohm (Projekt Kleine Engel), Theresa Olivier (Erongo Social Services) and the teachers of the DRC School Project, a food supply in the township “DRC” in Swakopmund could be implemented effectively.

DRC School Project & Community Centre
www.fb.com/drcproject

Hands of Hope Foundation Namibia
www.fb.com/handsofhopenamibia

Erongo Social Services
www.fb.com/ErongoSocialServices

Namibia Aktiv & Safaris – Tours for Charity
www.namibia-aktiv.com

Projekt Kleine Engel
www.projekt-kleine-engel.de

Anja Rohwer- Helping Hands
www.katuturaprojekte.com/

Our logistics partners

Thanks to the support of Crossroads Car Hire CC and Food Lovers Market, we were able to deliver the food. Many thanks to all volunteers on site and to our donors, which have made this provision possible in the first place.

Verteilung von über 30 Tonnen Lebensmittel. Wir brauchen DEINE Hilfe. Hier klicken für mehr Informationen.
Distribution of over 30 tons of food. We need YOUR support. Click here for more information.