Your donation as foundation, company or major donor

Uganda Schulkinder vor Schule

Your foundation, your institution, your company is committed to a world of solidarity and development in the poorest countries. Your foundation's purpose or your company's social responsibility program aims to promote sustainable help for social progress.

The work of CO-OPERAID is dedicated to precisely this development through the dissemination of knowledge and skills. We promote public education for children and young people within participatory projects that integrate school teams, parents, school communities and authorities. Strengthen the impact and become a partner in a holistic, locally anchored project. Your contribution makes a difference! Only the broad partnership with numerous institutions in Switzerland makes the development processes possible, at the beginning of which our projects are launched.

CO-OPERAID als Partner
  • We have many years of experience in the implementation of impact-oriented projects
  • We are your bridge to civil society in the project countries: CO-OPERAID works directly at the grassroots level with partner aid organisations, parents and communities, school teams and educational institutions
  • CO-OPERAID is a small, personal aid organisation and offers a direct exchange of information on project issues and your concerns
  • CO-OPERAID is a Zewo-certified organisation with tested structures and professional business processes
Projektland Uganda
  • Uganda
  • Kenya
  • Bangladesh
  • Cambodia
  • Laos
Bildung in Afrika
  • Vocational training, vocational courses, vocational schools, access to work and income
  • Kindergarten, early childhood education
  • Primary and secondary school, basic education
  • Scholarships for studies at technical colleges and universities
  • In-service training for teachers, training of adults
  • Campaigns to promote health and raise awareness of social issues
  • Income generation (livelihood)
Ethnische Minderheit Bangladesch
  • Children and youth
  • Women and girls, including victims of violence and human trafficking
  • Ethnic minorities
  • Socially vulnerable: orphans, marginalised