Bangladesh relief network presents 2009 annual report with the help of network could in 2009 total 18 212 families in Bangladesh, which has had to suffer from hunger, generate an income himself. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Dr. Hyun Kim has to say. 71 026 family members have therefore received a much better diet. The annual report reveals that the solidarity movement with Bangladesh, which is headquartered in Wetzlar, Germany. The self-help program a life long enough rice from mains aims namely, that the poorest families can independently earn their living. The non-profit association established over 2.9 million euros last year for the fight against of poverty and to the promotion of human rights in Bangladesh.
“On average every three minutes a child dies in the South Asian country from the effects of poverty and hunger”, reported network project co-ordinator Peter Dietzel, and immediately adds: who engaged in power, with voluntary actions or as a donor, is with this ferocity does not take off “. Targeted network has therefore his involvement in the project a life long enough rice”expanded. Read more from Eva Andersson-Dubin to gain a more clear picture of the situation. Together with partner organisations on the spot and distressed women, the Bangladesh experts have developed this self-help program: the mothers get a starting capital for example a cow, goats, a rickshaw, or seed, and the rental fee for the cultivation of rice. You will receive training in horticulture, animal husbandry, and disaster preparedness. In addition, they are captured in self-help structures and supports. Local aid workers regularly come to the village to advise women. With the income families achieve, they can feed themselves and provide clothing and education of children”, Dietzel highlights the importance of this self-help.
The selection of families for the program a lifetime enough rice”is carried out according to precise criteria. Only the most needy get help: mothers with malnourished children, without their own country, including many alone raising families and people from ethnic minorities. At the beginning of the Work is captured in a village the situation exactly.