Invitation: Talk on Sustainable projects for developing countries: Reports from an NGO
On Wednesday, December 21, 10.15 to 11.45 h, in the context of the lecture “Sustainable Development and National Strategies”, Daniel Sperr, representative of the Nuremberg regional group of “Technik ohne Grenzen e. V.”, will give a talk about his projects and experiences with development aid in Africa and giving an insight in the work of Technik ohne Grenzen in different other developing countries all over the world. The talk takes place at Kochstraße 4, room 05.054. You are warmly invited to join the talk!
Technik ohne Grenzen e. V. (Technology without borders) is a German non-profit organization with emphasis on the improvement of life conditions in developing countries through education and technological solutions. Daniel Sperr was involved as a project leader for waste management system in a hospital in Bassar (Togo) in order to improve the waste situation. Other projects of Technik ohne Grenzen Nürnberg were a school-kitchen for Hawelti School in Axum (Ethiopia), the Recycling project “RecycleUp” in Ghana (will soon be adopted in Togo) and an incinerator in Nepal.