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Bridging Function

We build a bridge between industrialised and emerging countries.

Education and Training

Education and science are our solution for social justice.


We create prospects for education and careers in countries of the Global South.

What We Do

Since 2017, we have been supporting the population in countries of the Global South in developing and expanding existing educational opportunities. We see education as an important cornerstone of a well-functioning society. This right should be accessible to all people in order to enable a self-determined, fulfilling life. Our work is geared to the “Sustainable Development Goals”, the principles for global, sustainable development. The focus is particularly on the fourth goal; the provision of professional quality educational opportunities. However, other goals play a key role in achieving this, such as fighting hunger, gender equality or reducing poverty, which are important aspects of our work.

Established 2017
Legal Form: Nonprofit Organization
Head Office: Berlin
Regional Focus: South East Asia

Line of Action

  • National and international vocational training and qualification in the technical sector
  • Study and career counseling in educational institutes in countries of the Global South
  • Research cooperation: research exchanges and research projects, seminars, and workshops

Ongoing Projects

Excerpts from our work


Entrepreneurship center (mill and training program) in a rural area where local people have suffered economic shock from lockdown to contain COVID-19.


In the literacy center (street children’s school), classrooms are created by dividing a hall. The goal is to enable learning in age-related, small classes.

CoWork II & CoWork III

The implementation of a cooking workshops at a boys’ and a girls’ school is intended to enhance the children’s career prospects.

Who profits?



Project-related employments

5 full-time professionals

7 part-time employees

3 specialists for the training courses

Some of our research based studies: