Projects Worldwide

Global Commitment

In over 250 projects, Helvetas advocates for a world in which people can live in dignity, safety and autonomy.

To this end, we focus our energies on issues of water, infrastructure, basic education and vocational training, sustainable economy, governance and peace as well as the environment and climate.

Here is a selection of our projects.

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Mali Sustainable and Inclusive Economies

Dynamizing Agriculture for the Youth

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Laos Governance, Peace & Migration

Fostering Civic Engagement

© Helvetas / Patrick Rohr
Laos Sustainable and Inclusive Economies

Good Tea Fetches Good Prices

© Helvetas / Simon B. Opladen
Nepal Sustainable and Inclusive Economies

Riverbed Vegetables

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Ethiopia Governance, Peace & Migration

Taking Responsibility for Village Administration

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Madagascar Environment and Climate Change

Boosting Income to Boost Rainforest Conservation

Mozambique Skills Development and Education

Training for the Real Working World

Haiti Skills Development and Education

Training young people for the working world

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Haiti Environment and Climate Change

Better Prepared for Storms

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Guatemala Sustainable and Inclusive Economies

Women´s Agro-entrepreneurship in the Guatemalan Highlands

© Helvetas / Flurina Rothenberger
Myanmar Skills Development and Education

Well Equipped for the Working World

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Bhutan Skills Development and Education

Building Trades with a Future for Young Men and Women

© Helvetas / Christian Bobst
Kosovo, Eastern Europe Skills Development and Education

Jobs for Young People

© Helvetas/Stephane Brabant
Benin Skills Development and Education

Making Up Lost Years of School

© Helvetas / Patrick Rohr
Ethiopia Skills Development and Education

Know-How and Skills for Young Tradespeople

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Ethiopia Environment and Climate Change

Pastoralists Take Charge of Natural Resource Management

Tanzania Sustainable and Inclusive Economies

Grain Post-harvest Loss Prevention (GPLP)

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Pakistan Governance, Peace & Migration

Economic Prospects for Peace and Stability

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Bangladesh Governance, Peace & Migration

Sound Local Policy for Real Change

© Helvetas / Simon B. Opladen
Bangladesh Environment and Climate Change

Clean Drinking Water from the Skies Above

© Helvetas / Bruna Fossati
Sri Lanka Governance, Peace & Migration

Young People on Course for Reconciliation

© Helvetas / Patrick Rohr
Nepal Environment and Climate Change

Fresh Start after the Earthquake

Vietnam_Biotrade_Woman | © Helvetas
Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar Sustainable and Inclusive Economies

Ethical Trade in Botanicals

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Kyrgyzstan Sustainable and Inclusive Economies

Creating Jobs to Escape Poverty

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Tajikistan Governance, Peace & Migration

Justice for All

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Albania, Eastern Europe Governance, Peace & Migration

Building Confidence in Local Government

© Helvetas / Patrick Rohr
Bosnia-Herzegovina, Eastern Europe Sustainable and Inclusive Economies

Making Markets and Jobs

© Helvetas / Armand Habazaj
Albania, Serbia, Eastern Europe Governance, Peace & Migration

Social Sciences for a Better Society

Mali Environment and Climate Change

New Strategies to Adapt to Climate Change

North Macedonia, Eastern Europe Environment and Climate Change

Conserving biodiversity, managing complex landscapes

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Bangladesh Sustainable and Inclusive Economies

A healthy diet for women and children

© Helvetas / Simon B. Opladen
Bolivia Sustainable and Inclusive Economies

Protecting the Primeval Forest with Cacao

© Helvetas / Flurina Rothenberger
Benin Sustainable and Inclusive Economies

Training and Inspiration for Young Farmers

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Tajikistan Governance, Peace & Migration

Water for Sustainable Development

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Tajikistan Rural Access

Organic to Markets

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Bhutan Governance, Peace & Migration

Partnership for Diverse Civil Society Actions

Bangladesh_CSO-LA_5 | © Julia Thienhaus / Helvetas
Bangladesh Governance, Peace & Migration

Strengthening Capacities of the Disadvantaged