Board of Directors

Vice Chairmen

Franz Regler
Robert Schullan

Treasurer

Michael Graf
Christian Zeidler

Secretary

Project Coordination

Jonas Schlund
Annika Fenn
Andreas Vierling

Regional Organisation

Daniel Schaffert
Jakob Faßnacht
Arne Bruns



Organisation Chart

Organigramm

Founding

Gründungsmitglieder
Technik ohne Grenzen e.V. was founded on April 29th 2010 in Nuremburg.


Satzung

Hier you can find the Articles of the Association of Technik ohne Grenzen e.V., as well as current rules and regulations of July 10th 2017.

Project Partners

Rotary international

Cooperation

Wasser ohne Grenzen

Partner organisation

German Rotary Volunteer Doctors

Cooperation

Kuratorium für Waldarbeit und Forsttechnik

DECHEMA e.V.

Cooperation

SLAGI e.V.

Lernen dürfen e.V.

Senegal e.V.

Namaste Stiftung

Sponsors

Greenovative

Photovoltaic specialist from Nuremburg

the nature network

Martin Bauer Group

Finanzplanung Horn

Generalagentur of ZURICH Group

Profihost AG

IT Infrastructure

iRedMail

Free open source mail server solution

Scholten

Specialist Painter Scholten GmbH Erlangen

Raiffeisenbank Knoblauchsland e.G.

Nuremburg

HACH KG

Marketing supplies

Quadra

Quadra Ingenieure GmbH

Raiffeisen-Volksbank Fürth e.G.

Nuremburg

TBV

Pumpen und Dichtungen GmbH

Merck Family foundation

Merck Gruppe

KSB

KSB SE & Co. KGaA

Newsletter

1st Quarter 2020
 
    • Water supply hospital, Tanzania
    • Water supply Nzindong, Cameroon
    • Incineration infectious waste, Nepal
    • Short notice
2nd Quarter 2020
 
    • Infra structure childrens home, Sri Lanka, Umsetzung
    • Incineration infectious waste, Senegal
    • Water management, Cambodia
    • Report RG Sunyani, Ghana
    • Short notice
3rd Quarter 2020
 
    • Agroforestry, Brazil
    • Introduction WG Teaching Computer Basics
    • Introduction WG Waste
    • Report RG Uganda
    • Water supply hospital, Tanzania
    • Water supply, Ecuador
    • Short notice
4th Quarter 2020
 
1st Quarter 2019
 
    • Water filtration Ghana
    • Water supply Chiro, Kambodscha
    • TeoG Swift App in Nepal
    • Dry toilets in Ghana
    • Solar project Cap Haitien, Haiti
    • Foundation RG Uganda
    • Short notice
2nd Quarter 2019
 
    • Annual meeting 2019
    • Incinerator maintenance Senegal
    • E-Waste Ghana
    • Incinerator Thailand
    • Waste management Bolde, Nepal
    • Recycling logistics Ghana
    • Postgraduate course sustainable development
    • Short notice
3rd Quarter 2019
 
    • Climate protection at TeoG and CO2 projects
    • Hospital support, Ghana
    • World Water Summit
    • Well regeneration Ghana
    • Teaching Computer Basics (TCB)
    • RG Brazil visits Brasil ao Cubo
    • Short notice
4th Quarter 2019
 
    • Project leader course Uganda
    • WASH Workshop Uganda
    • News from Eritrea
    • Short notice
1st Quarter 2018
 
    • TeoG board visits universities and RGs in Ghana
    • Travel report Ghana
    • Water for Eritrea
    • Preexploration of hospitals in Tansania
    • Nurse station Ghana
    • Queen of Belgium visits Recycle Up!
    • Water supply Brong-Ahafo and Ashanti, Ghana
    • Short notice
2nd Quarter 2018
 
    • Annual meeting 2018
    • Biogas plant and MakerSpace Brazil
    • Generator maintenance Ghana
    • Incinerator Nepal
    • Short notice
3rd Quarter 2018
 
    • Preexploration Gambia
    • Cooperation with Wasser ohne Grenzen
    • Short notice
4th Quarter 2018
 
    • Micro-Photovoltaik Indonesia
    • Teaching Computer Basics (TCB) Germany
    • E-Waste MakerSpace Container Ghana
    • Water supply Equador
    • Sustainable agroforestry India
    • Short notice
1st Quarter 2017
 
    • Cooperation with TeoG Ghana
    • Project leader course TeoG Ghana!
    • Country Group Ghana to make significant impact in 2017
    • Dry toilets in Moshi, Tansania
    • Recycle Up! Ghana
    • Short notice
2nd Quarter 2017
 
    • Water supply in orphanage “Institute Notre Dame de la Medaille Miraculeuse”
    • Biogas in Indonesia
    • Teaching Computer Basics (TCB) in Agona Abodom, Ghana
    • Dry toilets in Tansania
    • Every project has its time – The beginning of CDP in Ghana
    • Invitation to 1000 Miles Run
3rd Quarter 2017
 
    • Preexploration water projects Haiti
    • Solar project Rabour, Kenya
    • Water supply Chiro, Kambodia
    • Water supply Eritrea
    • Short notice
4th Quarter 2017
 
    • Foundation TeoG Brazil
    • Generator maintenance Ghana
    • IT project Gapé, Togo
    • Power supply Eikwe, Ghana
    • Dry toilets Tansania
    • Agroforestry Toranam, Indien
    • Waste disposal Bent, Nepal
    • Short notice
1. Quartal 2016
 
    • Teaching Computer Basics in Lushoto – Tansania
    • Stromversorgung an der Waisenschule Rabour in Kenia
    • Recycle Up! Ghana Summer Camp 2015
    • Dry Toilet Project for the Akumfi Ameyaw Senior Highschool
    • Eine umweltgerechte Entsorgung von biomedizinischen Abfällen in Assela, Äthiopien
2. Quartal 2016
 
    • Brunnenregierung in Ghana, Brong-Ahafo Region
    • Brunnenregierung in Ghana, Ashanti Region
    • Maintenance Support in Krankenhäusern in Ghana
    • Environmentally friendly disposal of biomedical waste in Tamghas, Nepal
3. Quartal 2016
 
    • Recycle Up! Ghana – Accra
    • Recycle Up! Ghana – Kumasi
    • Recycle Up! Ghana – Cape Coast
    • Water Sanitation and regeneration in 14 villages in Ghana
    • Ein Müllverbrennungsofen für das Hopital Protestant de Bangoua, Kamerun
    • Planung und Realisierung einer Photovoltaikanlage für eine Schule und ein Waisenhaus in Cap Haiten, Haiti
4. Quartal 2016
 
    • Lokales Abfallmanagement in Fudong, Kamerun
    • Wasserver- und -entsorgung des Waisenheim “Institute Notre-Dame de la Medaille Miraculeuse”
    • Support in Krankenhäusern in Ghana
    • Support der Krankenhäuser in Runanda, 2016
    • Wasserversorgung und Abwasserbehandlung für die Klinik Zoara, Fotadrevo, Madagaskar
1. Quartal 2015
 
    • Umweltgerechte Entsorgung von biomedizinischen Abfällen in Banjhakateri, Nepal
    • Planung einer Wasserversorgung und –entsorgung in Madagaskar
    • Hygienische Trockentoiletten für die Akumfi Ameyaw Senior High School in Akrofrom, Ghana
    • Recycle Up! Ghana got new children – „Recycle Up! your school” and “Recycle Up! Students Club”
    • Licht ins Lernen bringen – Photovoltaikprojekt der RG Amberg
2. Quartal 2015
 
    • Wasserversorgung in Kato (Ghana) – Wasser als Basis für bessere Bildung
    • Erkundung für Grundwasserstaudämme in Eritrea
3. Quartal 2015
 
    • Umweltgerechte Entsorgung von biomedizinischen Abfällen in Nkoaranga (Tansania)
    • Umweltgerechte Entsorgung von biomedizinischen Abfällen in Ndoungue (Kamerun)
4. Quartal 2015
 
    • Umweltfreundliche Entsorgung biomedizinischer Abfälle und Maintenance Support im Krankenhaus von San Carlos, Nicaragua
    • Vorerkundung für eine Schulküche in Axum, Äthiopien
    • Gemeinsame erfolgreiche Reise von TeoG und GRVD durch Ghana
    • Projektupdate – Wir sind zurück und es geht weiter! (Eritrea)
    • Projektleiterworkshop und Nikolausmarkt, RG Rottenburg
    • The Campus Dustbin Project (CDP)
1. Quartal 2014
 
    • Analyse der Wasserversorgung in Akrofrom, Ghana
    • TCB – Teaching Computer Basics in Nkanfoa, Ghana
2. Quartal 2014
 
    • Wasserversorgung in Kato (Ghana) – Wasser als Basis für bessere Bildung
    • Erkundung für Grundwasserstaudämme in Eritrea
3. Quartal 2014
 
    • Umweltgerechte Entsorgung von biomedizinischen Abfällen in Nkoaranga (Tansania)
    • Umweltgerechte Entsorgung von biomedizinischen Abfällen in Ndoungue (Kamerun)
4. Quartal 2014
 
    • Umweltgerechte Entsorgung von biomedizinischen Abfällen in Nkoaranga (Tansania)
    • Maintenance Support im Dhulikhel Hospital in Nepal
    • Recycle Up! Ghana Summer Camp 2014
    • Trockentoiletten-Projekt in Akrofrom (Ghana)
1. Quartal 2013
 
    • Abschluss des Projekteinsatzes in Tansania
    • Projekteinsatz zur Vorerkundung in Akaniem
    • Vorerkundung in Kpando
2. Quartal 2013
 
    • Abschluss der Projekteinsätze in Agomanya und Kpando
    • Vorerkundung in Akaniem
    • Gründung RG Kumasi (Ghana)
3. Quartal 2013
 
    • Vorerkundung zur Verbesserung der Wasserversorgung in Eritrea
    • Geplante Vorerkundung zur „Trinkwasserversorgung“ in Akrofrom (Ghana)
    • Spendenlauf bringt Wasser nach Kato (Ghana)
4. Quartal 2013
 
    • Ein Müllverbrennungsofen für das St. Martin de Porres Hospital
    • Trinkwasserversorgung in Kato – Aus den Krankenhäusern in die Communities
    • Maintenance Support Projekt in Krankenhäusern
1. Quartal 2012
 
    • Geld für Schulen durch Plastikrecycling von Trinkbeuteln in Ghana
    • Vorbereitung zur Umsetzung des Projekts „Umweltgerechte Entsorgung von Krankenhausmüll“
2. Quartal 2012
 
    • Realisierung des Projekts „Umweltgerechte Entsorgung von Krankenhausmüll“ im Holy Family Hospital Techiman (Ghana)
    • Schulen verdienen Geld mit dem Sammeln von Wasserbeuteln
    • Ansätze zur Verbesserung des Ackerbaus in Ghana
3. Quartal 2012
 
    • Abschluss des Pilotprojektes in Techiman – Kosten und Leistungen durch ehrenamtlichen Einsatz
    • Ghana – eine Reise durch ein faszinierendes Land
    • Neuorientierung und Umbenennung des Projektes “Trinkwasserbeutelentsorgung an Schulen“
    • Stromversorgung für ein Krankenhaus in Tansania
4. Quartal 2012
 
    • Abschluss des Projekteinsatzes in Berekum
    • Vorerkundung für das Folgeprojekt in Eikwe
    • Vorerkundung zur Trinkwasseraufbereitung in Kato (Ghana)

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