Local and regional aid projects

To alleviate acute need and to create long-term perspectives: Our small and large aid projects worldwide serve this purpose. With AVC humanitarian aid, we support entire regions, individual villages, families or individuals in various areas. In North Korea, for example, the soy milk and bread roll project provides over 7500 children with what they need every day. In Moldova, families severely affected by poverty receive a decent home, in India vocational training enables young women to secure their livelihood, and in the Philippines street children find loving care in a day care centre. Help that arrives. Help that makes strong. Help that gives hope.

Cris Gautschi
For any questions:

Cris Gautschi
Phone +41 (0)32 356 00 86 | +41 (0)79 248 44 42
c.gautschi@avc-humanitarianaid.ch

Local and regional aid projects

Bakery in Moldova

"On our delivery tours, we meet people who have had nothing to eat for days. The breads, for them a treasure essential for survival, are often kissed with joy," is how one employee recounts. These experiences are touching, making us grateful to be able to help - and sad that in rich Europe people still have to starve.

testimonial

Local and regional aid projects

Bakery in Moldova

"On our delivery tours, we meet people who have had nothing to eat for days. The breads, for them a treasure essential for survival, are often kissed with joy," is how one employee recounts. These experiences are touching, making us grateful to be able to help - and sad that in rich Europe people still have to starve.

testimonial

Local and regional aid projects

Bakery in Moldova

"On our delivery tours, we meet people who have had nothing to eat for days. The breads, for them a treasure essential for survival, are often kissed with joy," is how one employee recounts. These experiences are touching, making us grateful to be able to help - and sad that in rich Europe people still have to starve.

testimonial

Local and regional aid projects

Bakery in Moldova

"On our delivery tours, we meet people who have had nothing to eat for days. The breads, for them a treasure essential for survival, are often kissed with joy," is how one employee recounts. These experiences are touching, making us grateful to be able to help - and sad that in rich Europe people still have to starve.

testimonial