Regional group Erlangen

About us

Regular meetings
Jeden Montag in einer geraden Kalenderwoche um 18:00 Uhr in A 2.16 an der technischen Fakultät (FAU); Cauerstraße 9 (E-Technik Türme)Every second monday. See dates!
Bank account
Technik ohne Grenzen e.V.
IBAN: DE45430609678203681500
BIC: GENODEM1GLSGLS Gemeinschaftsbank Bochum
Project focuses
Umweltfreundliche Entsorgung von medizinischen Abfällen
Maintenance Support in Krankenhäusern
Teaching Computer Basics
Schulungen zu RecyclingEnvironmental Disposal of medical WasteWater SupplyMaintenance Support in HospitalsTeaching Computer BasicsRecycle-Teaching
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(Deutsch) … den im Umkreis von mehreren hundert Kilometern wohl einzigen Christstollen.

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November 24, 2017


(Deutsch) … Landschaften tun sich auf und wir lassen so manches Dorf hinter uns.

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November 24, 2017


(Deutsch) … das Flugzeug startet…

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November 24, 2017

More News

The regional group Erlangen is primarily focused on the topics "Environmentally friendly disposal of medical Waste", "Water supply", "Hospital Support" and "Teaching Computer Basics". Our group has planned and implemented many projects in Africa, as well as in South America and Asia. The main focus of all our projects is the transfer of knowledge and skills between all people involved. This ensures that our work is as sustainable as possible. Information and photos of current and finished projects can be found below.
Everybody who is interested in getting to know us or just wants to have a look at what we do, is happily invited to our meetings. We meet every two weeks, usually in the room K1 at the FAU in Erlangen to exchange project related news, updates and all other events and tasks in the regional group. All studies and professions can get engaged despite our name containing "technology". More important is motivation and generally a good spirit.
Another way to get in contact with us are our project presentations that are held after each completed project and give an insight into the daily life and the work involved in our projects. Additionally, our group presents itself on many fairs at the uni, like the Contact or the Bonding fair. During christmas time we present arts and crafts from the countries we visit at a stand on the "Erlanger Waldweihnachtsmarkt".


November 2017 - now

(Deutsch) Ausrüsten der Entbindungsstation in Agroyesum, Ghana

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August 2017 - now

Disposal of Biomedical Waste at three Nepalese Hospitals

What's the problem?Usually, infectious hospital waste in Nepal is burned...

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January 2016 - now

Praktischer Computerunterricht für 4 Schulen in Agona Abodom, Ghana

Teaching Computer Basics geht in die dritte Runde! Unser Ziel: ein...

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August 2017 - September 2017

Generator maintenance in ghanaian Hospitals

Hospitals need electricity. Operation theaters need light and medical…

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May 2017 - now

Aufbau eines IT Zentrums in Lomé/Togo

Der Umgang mit Computerprogrammen wie Microsoft Word oder Powerpoint wird...

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January 2017 - now

Sauberes Wasser und Sanitäranlagen für Menschen auf Haiti

Situation in Haiti: Haiti gehört zu den ärmsten Ländern der Welt...

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July 2016 - May 2017

Environmentally friendly disposal of biomedical waste in Bahunipati und Manthali, Nepal


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August 2016 - now

Hospital Support in ghanaischen Krankenhäusern

Maintenance departments in hospitals have sometimes either no or a...

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April 2016 - October 2016

Maintenance Support in Rwanda

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November 2014 - September 2016

Environmental friendly disposal of hospital waste in Bangoua, Cameroon

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November 2015 - January 2016

Teaching Computer Basics in Lushoto – Tanzania

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February 2016 - now

Maintenance Support in hospitals in Ghana

The maintenance departments in Ghanaian hospitals have no or no...

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