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Laos: Where Tea Grows on Trees

With Helvetas' support, tea farmers in northern Laos formed tea producer groups — ensuring their high quality tea yields high prices.
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Helvetas works to alleviate poverty and advance human rights in more than 30 countries.

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Where We Work

We work alongside local partners to fight poverty in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe. Learn more about how we support transitional and developing countries. 

2022 Annual Report

As multiple global crises unfolded, Helvetas supported 5.1 million people last year. We continue to focus on long-term development cooperation while growing our emergency aid to those who need it most.

USAID Award to Strengthen the Private Sector in Bangladesh

Helvetas is collaborating with the private sector to lead the new Shamortha Plus Activity. The program aims to mitigate the economic impact of COVID-19 on food-processing companies and marginalized women and youth.

We reach 5.1 million people with vital services and information every year. 

Bridges & Roads

We build critical transport infrastructure that helps rural populations get better access to markets, schools and hospitals.
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WASH & Water Governance

The most vulnerable communities of the world suffer from dirty water. Every year, we help 500,000 people gain access to clean drinking water and sanitary facilities.

Private Sector Development

Youth need access to reliable, fairly paid jobs to break the cycle of poverty. Helvetas creates partnerships and promotes policies that build more inclusive economies.

Climate & Disaster Resilience

Every year, we support over 1,000,000 people in adapting to climate change, reducing the risks of disasters, sustainably managing natural resources, and conserving nature.

Helvetas supports more than 300 projects working toward sustainable solutions. 

Helvetas - a partner for true change
Truly changing lives
Change takes place where people have decided to break new ground. Teófilo Caraballo is a prime example: He made it possible for his family to drink clean water from their own tap.