Appalam Making – a crispy bread, a better future

After two years of crises due to Covid-19 also in India normal life is coming back. This is happening at all social levels and means a lot to less wealthier people. The lockdowns and curfews as well as the situation at schools and job losses hit them the most. It is just a few days…

Sustainable change needs a systemic change

Have you ever asked yourself why the gap between rich and poor is continously growing in our world? Why the number of people at the poverty line, people with low or no access to food, education or health has not changed so much in the last 50 years? Why so many efforts, porjects and activities…

Distributing rice, lentils and soap among vulnerable communities during COVID-19

Although the strictest lockdown conditions were eased in Southern India, people in tribal areas are still facing impaired access to food supply. Where limited transportation facilities and shortened opening hours of grocery shops restrict people’s possibilities, it adds onto job loss in the formal and informal sector and a third wave of COVID-19 infections. Access…