Ahimsa Fund thanks Friendship NGO and Dr. Mohammad Atiqullah Sayeed, Assistant General Manager, for sharing this information. In the context of recent COVid-19 outbreak worldwide, the shock and awe of the pandemic 19 in Bangladesh have started being prominent [...]
Edited and updated version of an interview by Renier Koegelenberg with Rev Udo Hahn, Protestant Academy of Tutzing, Bavaria, Germany, Published in Tutzing Newsletter 8 April 2020; & The role of faith communities – Tsantsabane case study. INTERVIEW Question [...]
by Adele Benzaken, Deputy Director, Department of AIDS, STI and Viral Hepatitis, Ministry of Health, Brazil Presently, Brazil harbours around 1 million indigenous persons – an estimated 750,000 of whom live within indigenous lands and territories that occupy around 12% [...]
Bangladesh is a country with a population of 180 million, three times that of France, yet is only a quarter of the size. A country in which a tiny minority of the population is very rich, often more so [...]
Without a doubt, September 2017 was one of the hardest months that Mexicans have lived through for many years. The aim of this visit to Mexico was to examine ways in which Ahimsa Fund could participate in the reconstruction effort.
I am impressed to see the evolution of the Community Health Initiative over the years. This is my third visit to the project. I look forward to seeing the final outcomes IIF achieves in the interventions to do with [...]
Last month, Ahimsa Fund's founder had the opportunity to return to India. There is a strong link between Ahimsa Fund and the Indian subcontinent (the concept of ahimsa originates from Hindu wisdom), and Jean-François de Lavison's journeys to India [...]
Read this article to find out more about the tremendous work done by the team of the LifeLine Express!
Last December, I had the pleasure, on my way back from India, to spend few days in Bangladesh on the field with the Friendship team. It was a great opportunity to learn more about their projects and to [...]