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27.08.2020

Protection of the rainforest

Acción Ecológica is an organization in Ecuador that has been working to preserve and protect the Amazon rainforest for many years. At the same time, the rights of the indigenous population, who are directly affected by the consequences of the burning and deforestation of the Amazon, are also protected. The rainforest in Ecuador is being cleared mainly for drilling for oil, but also for the cultivation of animal feed. Acciòn Ecològica is actively working on awareness raising, demonstrations and projects to stop the rainforest from being cut down in the first place. During the first Covid 19 lockdown, over 4,000 barrels of crude oil were released during one of the largest oil spills of the time, contaminating several tributaries of the Amazon. This accident directly affected 97,000 people. Therefore, the organization is forming a Truth, Justice and Reparations Commission composed of defenders from different areas. This commission has the goal of permanently monitoring rights, tracking the different reports and conducting a regular review of the environmental surveys at the end of each government. Our donation to Acciòn Ecològica helps to preserve the basic rights of many people.


Donationtotal

5,000 €

Location

Ecuador

Member(s)

Acciòn Ecològica

https://www.accionecologica.org

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30.11.2020

Planting trees for a better world

Plant for the Planet is about more than 91,000 children and young people worldwide pursuing a great mission: Plant 1 trillion (1,000 billion) trees. In special academies, children can become ambassadors themselves and motivate others to plant trees. Initiator Felix Finkbeiner founded Plant for the Planet at the age of 9. The first part of our donation was used to train more climate ambassadors. The second part has already helped trees to be planted on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. There, 20,000 new seedlings are planted every day, which then become part of the more than 13.6 billion trees already planted. 1 trillion trees could absorb a quarter of man-made CO2 emissions and generate prosperity in the Global South.


Donationtotal

5,500 €

Location

Yucatan

Member(s)

Plant for the Planet

https://www1.plant-for-the-planet.org

Period

01.12.2020
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31.12.2020

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14.12.2020

Protecting sharks through ecotourism

Madison Stewart was awarded the Australian Youth Conservationist of the Year Award in 2017. She is also known as “Shark girl” because she started diving with sharks in her teens. Every year, over 100 million sharks are slaughtered for their fins or meat, or end up as by-catch in fishing nets and die. Since many areas in Indonesia are already overfished and many fishermen often only have shark fishing as a source of income, the number of sharks killed per hunting trip is very high. Madison has launched Project HIU in Indonesia to provide an alternative source of income through ecotourism. With our support, Madison connects different projects: On the one hand, it brings diving tourists to the village who are allowed to go with the fishermen to admire sharks instead of killing them. This also brings the fishermen closer to the love of these animals. Furthermore, it also teaches children about the necessity of these animals in the sea and therefore builds an understanding of the importance of sharks.


Donationtotal

4,306.25 €

Location

Indonesia

Member(s)

Project HIU

https://projecthiu.com

Period

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05.01.2021

Emergency aid for South Tyrol

In South Tyrol, too, there are misfortunes that touch our hearts deeply. For this reason, we have also decided to provide some support here. Whether it is a stroke of fate, an illness or an accident, the association of different aid organizations has already been able to offer help in many thousands of cases. The number of emergencies has increased from 267 in 2019 to 336 in 2020. Since Südtirol hilft was founded 14 years ago, 2,329 families and individuals have been supported in difficult moments with a total amount of 1.25 million euros.


Donationtotal

5,000 €

Location

South Tyrol

Member(s)

Südtirol hilft

https://www.suedtirolhilft.org

Period

01.01.2021
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31.12.2021

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18.02.2021

School education and drinking water wells for Ethiopia

SANUSLIFE has been supporting the foundation Fondazione Butterfly with 1% of its annual net sales since 2016. With these donations, five drinking water wells, the renovation of several dry wells, two schools with rainwater collection systems and water tanks, as well as several classrooms including equipment were built in different regions of Ethiopia by 2020. Millions of people worldwide have no access to clean drinking water. The cooperation with the Italian foundation "Fondazione Butterfly onlus" is very close to our hearts, as it takes care of both the efficient distribution of donations and the realization of the projects. Hundreds of families in Oddarena, Eso, Adonago, Kokhit, Haryayato, Gamada and Meday are already benefiting from this support. The fierce and still ongoing war in the Tigray region does not currently allow the foundation to work directly for the people on the ground. The region has been heavily affected by 20 years of civil war. In addition, there is a social and economic crisis, extreme poverty and the destruction of the physical infrastructure.


Donationtotal

222,154 €

Location

Ethiopia

Member(s)

Fondazione Butterfly Onlus

https://www.butterflyonlus.org

Period

01.02.2016
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30.11.2020

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10.03.2021

Planting corals

Many people do not know how important corals are for an intact marine ecosystem. They provide shelter and food for many marine animals that cannot survive without their protection. Coral reefs are unique and self-sustaining ecosystems that play a crucial role in the tropical marine environment through their contribution to the food chain, their capacity for reef building and their important role in the carbon cycle. The protection and rehabilitation of coral reefs through Ocean Quest Global's scientifically proven methodology is based on a cost-effective and easy-to-implement method. This plays a big role because it gives many more people the opportunity to get involved in planting corals. With the support of the SANUSPLANET Foundation, a small motorized inflatable boat was purchased to help Anuar Abdullah, the founder of the organization, and his team restore destroyed coral reefs in various Malaysian areas, create new ones and at the same time ensure the protection of these reefs through patrols.


Donationtotal

3,000 €

Location

Malaysia

Member(s)

Ocean Quest Global

https://www.oceanquest.global

Period

10.03.2021
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10.03.2021

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27.05.2021

School meals and school desks for The Gambia

Bettina Schmidt's motto is: Capacity building. Bettina founded the association “Future for The Gambia” a few years ago after falling in love with this country and the people of The Gambia. About 1,300 people live in Keneba, who walk long distances every day to supply their families with water. Hardly any water also means it’s not possible to grow vegetables. There is widespread hunger in Keneba and there are hardly any jobs. Because of this, Bettina helps people to be able to grow their own crops through water towers with solar-powered pumps and makes access to education possible. The pandemic has hit particularly hard in countries where people are already living in poor conditions. Our donation provided a small amount of needed support in a time of need and we hope to continue to support Future for The Gambia in the future.


Donationtotal

1,000 €

Location

Keneba, Gambia

Member(s)

Zukunft für Gambia

https://www.zukunft-fuer-gambia.de

Period

27.05.2021
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27.05.2021

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27.05.2021

Protect sea turtles from poaching

Mayotte is a small island next to Madagascar, but it belongs to France. Thousands of female turtles come ashore there every year to lay their eggs in the sand. If we consider that out of 1,000 hatched baby turtles, on average only one lives long enough to lay eggs itself, the situation of these animals is devastating. There are many reasons for these figures. Due to all the rubbish on the beach, the babies do not find their way into the sea after hatching, they are not infrequently eaten by stray dogs, cats or birds of prey, run in the wrong direction due to the light from the nearby tourist buildings on the beach instead of following the moonlight, or are caught and sold by poachers. Unfortunately, those female turtles that come ashore to lay their eggs are also poached. They are slaughtered before they can even do their important job, because after laying eggs, the meat, which can be sold for a lot of money, is said to become bitter. However, this also means that the entire next generation is wiped out along with the slaughtered female turtle. The ASVM consists of a group of volunteers, not infrequently even refugees from Africa, who patrol the beaches of Mayotte night after night to protect the animals and generally make the area safer. Our donation helps to preserve turtles, because right now all seven species of sea turtles are threatened with extinction.


Donationtotal

1,500 €

Location

Mayotte

Member(s)

ASVM

Period

27.05.2021
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27.05.2021

Left

17.06.2021

Water wells for Cambodia

In 2013, water runner Fritz Kieninger ran for 16 days over 750 km through Cambodia to build 16 drinking water wells. In 2016, he then became the first person to cover a distance of 900km from Vietnam to Thailand in 18 days. This time with the aim of having 18 wells built. In the meantime, the founder of KAKIHE and his team have built over 365 wells throughout Cambodia to give people access to clean drinking water. Well No. 365 is located in Koas Takem village in Trorpang Preas commune, Kam Pong Cham and was made possible by the SANUSPLANET Foundation. It is 35 meters deep and offers water for 199 families. The construction of a village well is feasible with an amount of €1,600. In addition to improving the quality of life through clean drinking water, the association is particularly concerned about the education of children and young people. It is precisely in this area that help for self-help can be provided in the long term.


Donationtotal

1,600 €

Location

Kambodscha

Member(s)

KAKIHE

https://www.kakihe.at

Period

17.06.2021
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17.06.2021

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