Regional group Bayreuth

About us

Regular meetings
Bank account
Technik ohne Grenzen e.V.
IBAN: DE66 3006 0601 0047 5832 90
Deutsche Apotheker- und Ärztebank eG
Project focuses
Water Supply, Energy Supply
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The group in Bayreuth currently deals with two projects in Ghana in the areas of “water Supply” and “Recycling”. On the one hand we aim to regenerate wells in different villages near Sunyani and Kumasi to enhance the supply of water. Furthermore, the village residents shall be trained in upkeep of the wells. Another project aims to improve the recycling of plastic waste, especially of water sachets by implementing waste bins at schools and teaching the students how plastic affects the environment. After collecting the plastic waste, it is intended to be brought to a recycling plant where it is converted into oil. In both projects we work together with our local members of TwB Ghana. In former projects we established an uninterruptible energy supply in the St. Martin De Porres Hospital in Eikwe/Western Region which is affected by irregular power outages. Additionally, we visited two schools in Akrofrom and worked out the consequences of contaminated water due to incorrect waste management. Furthermore, they explained the importance and benefits of recycling. In addition to these training courses, toilets were installed at one of those schools. These toilets don’t use water and help to improve the sanitary conditions of the school.

Our regional group currently meets every Monday via Zoom. If you are interested in our work, you are always welcome to join us by requesting the Zoom link via e-mail.


February 2024 - now

Clean up exercise in Koforidua

In February 2024, the regional group Koforidua carried out…

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January 2018 - now

Borehole regenerations in the Brong-Ahafo Region, Ghana

Many villages in the Brong-Ahafo Region in Ghana suffer…

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January 2022 - December 2022

Prepaid Water Meter

The Prepaid Water Meter Project is a solution to…

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January 2017 - December 2017

Water supply for the Brong-Ahafo- and the Ashanti-Region

In many villages in Ghana the drinking water is…

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