Current projects in Africa and Asia Bangladesh: Vocational training for minorities The «Alusama Froi» aid project supports vocational training for young people from ethnic minorities in a vocational training centre in Thanchi / southeast of Bangladesh. Uganda: Schools for orphans The «Salongo Pi Somo» aid project is aimed at orphans, vulnerable children and their families in Zombo / northwest Uganda. Kenya: Support for young people The «Ujuzi Kwa Vijana» aid project focuses on young people that formerly lived on the streets in Kitale / Kenya. «Talents» - scholarships for talented youth CO-OPERAID’s «Talents» project enables talented young people from poor families to enter higher education by providing them with scholarships. Bangladesh: School education for ethnic minorities The «Upasshak» aid project provides better prospects for the future for children from ethnic minorities in southeast Bangladesh. Cambodia: Schools for children of poor farmers The «Vieng Vey» aid project is improving primary education for children in the district of Teuk Phos in central Cambodia. Uganda: Education for youth in business oriented farming «Aradu Pi Fur» project: a youth educational initiative in business oriented farming in Uganda. Laos: Schools for Mangkong children The «Honghian Ban Hao» («Our village school») aid project supports the establishment of child friendly primary schools and pre-schools in Mangkong villages in Laos. Bangladesch: Help for women and girls The aid project supports women and girls of ethnic minorities in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) in Bangladesh. Cambodia: skills training for decent work «Tepkosal» project starts vocational skills training courses at three partner schools in Kampong Chhnang town, Cambodia. 110 youths have the chance to find decent work with their acquired vocational skills. Laos: Help for Victims of Human Trafficking CO-OPERAID’s «Okad Tisong» project supports girls and women in Laos who became victims of human trafficking. Basic education and vocational training offer a second chance to them.