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Aktion Deutschland Hilft e.V.

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Vetted since 2015
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Aktion Deutschland Hilft, Germany's Relief Coalition is a union of German relief organisations that can provide rapid and effective aid in the case of large catastrophes and emergency situations abroad. To further optimise their previously successful work, the participating organisations bring together their many years of experience in humanitarian aid abroad. In exceptional cases, Aktion Deutschland Hilft is also active at home. The idea of integrating their respective knowledge and specific abilities, and through mutual extension to efficiently bundle measures for aid, unites the continued independent initiators of this mutual campaign. Overlapping and gaps in provision can already b... read more

Projects (5)

Flooding Relief in Germany
Germany / Disaster Response
Help for Refugees
Germany / Disaster Response
Emergency Aid Ukraine
Ukraine / Disaster Response
Project Leaders
Theresa Aengenheyster
Theresa Aengenheyster
Manuela Rossbach
Organization Information
Willy-Brandt-Allee 10-12
Bonn, 53113
Organization Information
Willy-Brandt-Allee 10-12
Bonn, 53113

Project Reports

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Nov 4, 2022
Handicraft village in the Ahr Valley
The official opening of the Johanniter "Handwerkerdorf" (Handicraft village) in Dernau took place on July 19th, 2022. The container village offers accommodation for craftsmen and companies from all...
Oct 25, 2022
Alliance organization continues to deliver aid
Regardless of the recent attacks on various Ukrainian cities, the "Medikamentenhilfswerk" (medication aid agency) of our alliance organization action medeor will continue to deliver aid. "After...
Oct 5, 2022
Seven years of sea rescue
The central Mediterranean is still one of the deadliest escaperoutes in the world. Almost 20,000 recorded deaths since 2014show that too few rescue ships were and are in use there. In use with a new...
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