Menschen für Menschen Switzerland is focused on stopping impoverishment in towns and rural areas
and on creating livelihood opportunities.
There are several ways you can help people in Ethiopia. Here you will find all donations with concrete examples.
Cradle of humanity, country of origin of coffee, rich culture and poor families. Over 100 million people live here: A visit to a contradictory country.
For company anniversaries and every year before Christmas entrepreneurs ask themselves: What do I give to customers and business partners? They ask themselves – knowing full well that ballpoint pens, calendars and other conventional gifts do not bring any real pleasure.
Menschen für Menschen Switzerland offers an alternative: Do good and talk about it! With a donation for the poor people in Ethiopia.
We help you to communicate your commitment to your customers: If required, we can provide you with text modules, photos or the action logo so that you can design your anniversary or Christmas mail to your customers.
Responsible donations instead of gifts
Phone +41 (0)43 499 10 60
Who is happy about a ballpoint pen? Your customers perhaps. These children for sure.
Many children in the big city of Debre Berhan cannot go to school: Their parents don’t even have money for cheap pens and exercise books. Other children find it difficult to concentrate in class because their stomachs are empty. Menschen für Menschen Switzerland future perspectives to the 1000 poorest children in the city. They get food and school materials – and thus a chance for a better future.
Poor Ethiopian farmers do not get a bank loan. Some families in the rural districts of Abaya and Gelana are so impoverished that every year they have to borrow their seeds from traders under appalling conditions: In return, a few months later they have to hand over half of their harvest to the creditor – a debt trap that plunges them into despair. That is why Menschen für Menschen provides seeds and fair microcredits in Abaya and Gelana to make sure they can get out of the debt trap.
© 2022 Menschen für Menschen