The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) is a federally owned organisation. We work worldwide in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. Our mandate is to support the German Government in achieving its development objectives. We provide viable, forward-looking solutions for political, economic, ecological and social development in a globalised world. Sometimes working under difficult conditions, we promote complex reforms and change processes. Our corporate objective is to improve people's lives on a sustainable basis.
About KfW Bankengruppe
KfW Bankengruppe gives impetus to economic, social and ecological development worldwide. As a promotional bank under the ownership of the Federal Republic and the Länder (federal states), it offers support to encourage sustainable improvement in economic, social, ecological living and business conditions, among others in the areas of small and medium-sized enterprise, entrepreneurialship, environmental protection, housing, infrastructure, education finance, project and export finance, and development cooperation.
THE GERMAN CATHOLIC BISHOPS' ORGANISATION FOR DEVELOPMENT COOPERATION
Our Mandate and Principles
MISEREOR was founded in 1958 as an agency "against hunger and disease in the world". In its capacity as the overseas development agency of the Catholic Church in Germany, it offers to cooperate in a spirit of partnership with all people of goodwill to promote development, fight worldwide poverty, liberate people from injustice, exercise solidarity with the poor and the persecuted, and help create "One World".
MISEREOR is mandated by the Catholic Church in Germany:
* to fight the causes of hardship and misery as manifested chiefly in countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America in the forms of hunger, disease, poverty and other forms of human suffering,
* thus enabling the people affected to lead a life of human dignity,
* and to promote justice, freedom, reconciliation and peace in the world.
The assistance we provide is designed to stimulate and support self-help and pave the way for sustainable improvement in the living conditions of the poor.
Lots of projects sponsored by Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation & Development
Here is example of report on projects in South & Central America and Caribbean:
EED is a development organisation of the Protestant Churches in Germany. The members of the EED are the 23 Evangelical regional churches, the Evangelical Church in Germany, the Association of Protestant Churches and Missions in Germany, the Association of Protestant Free Churches in Germany, the Catholic Diocese of Old Catholics in Germany and the Independent Evangelical Lutheran Church. EED is registered in Bonn as a non-profit organisation.