Many regions in the world lack the economic and political conditions needed for a humane lifestyle. Access to infrastructure, education and markets in some areas is not equal.

Sustainable development creates the freedom to develop personal per­spectives. To achieve this, basic necessities must be taken care of first. This is why we provide local support.

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News Education in hand

As India’s urban areas steam ahead towards modernity and development, many lament the effect this has on India’s rural spots, particularly India’s rural poor. With money generated in the big cities being used to make way for India’s rising urban population, India’s rural education facilities are no match for their city counterparts. Read on

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News Rethinking water management

As one half of the interested parties involved with the world’s largest water-sharing treaty, the Indus Water Treaty, India’s water management policies have long been under the microscope. Its international water-sharing agreements are often met with disapproval within the country, as India struggles to supply enough water to its own residents. Read on

Video The Roots of Indias Water Crisis

Organisation IICD

To help people in Africa and Latin America access the information that can transform their lives, we use ICT: Information and Communication Technology. Read on