Hohe Buchleuthe 11
Ansprechpartner: Bastian Mögele
- Hilfe für Entwicklungsländer
ZimRelief is an aid organization supporting social projects in the southern African country of Zimbabwe. We have made it our objective to inform the world about the situation in Zimbabwe and to offer sustainable support to the local population.
In order to reach that goal, we support carefully selected independent local initiatives.
Assisting the disadvantaged people in Zimbabwe to discover and develop their own skills for a free and independent life. Unfortunately the current political, economical and social conditions make it impossible for the people of Zimbabwe to escape poverty on their own. Our organization works according to the principle of “helping people to help themselves”, i.e. we assist the people in improving their living conditions independently and on a sustainable basis.
To achieve this with our work we support adequate and independent work projects in Zimbabwe which are personally selected and checked by us. We meet our partners on eyelevel, i.e. the projects are not managed by ZimRelief, but we are exclusively supporting projects founded and managed by locals. The proposals for the programmes are made by our partners and are checked by us with regard to their realization.
Our partner organizations consist mainly of educational projects aimed at enabling participating students to discover and develop skills that will allow them to lead free and independent lives. Education is the most powerful and sustainable tool to prevent poverty on a selfsupporting and long term basis.
• Glen Forest Development Centre, Harare
• Shingirirai Trust, Harare
• Vision & Hope
Bastian Mögele is the chairperson of the organization.
ZimRelief is an exclusively volunteer-based organization. All donations we receive go, in their entirety, to our partner projects.
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work