Regional group Hamburg

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Regular meetings

Every first Thursday of the Month at the “Caro Eck” near U-Bahn “Feldstraße” at 19:00. For up-to-date info for this meeting Join-HH-WhatsApp.

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Thursday (TUHH) at 19:00 o’clock – contact us for up-to-date info!
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Technik ohne Grenzen e.V.
IBAN: DE7220 7500 0000 9036 7970
Sparkasse Harburg-Buxtehude
Project focuses
Water supply
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(Deutsch) Die Ausreise rückt näher

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February 12, 2020


(Deutsch) Ein Jahresrückblick

Ein Jahresrückblick Ein weiterer Jahreswechsel steht bevor und ein Jahr mit vielen Erlebnissen, Aufgaben und…

December 31, 2019


(Deutsch) Versuchsaufbau unseres Biosand Filter

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December 4, 2019

More News

The Regional Group Hamburg deals with the options for water storage and supply for the population in the highlands of Eritrea within the framework of the project Water for Eritrea. We are cooperating in a transfer of knowledge and experience with the regional group Hamburg of Engineers without Borders e.V. as well as with the NGO ARCHEMED, which provides medical and humanitarian aid in Eritrea.

We are also represented at events like the summer festival of the Technical University of Hamburg, the Altonale festival or the Harburg Inland Harbour Festival presenting our current projects.

The implementation of an aid project comes with a lot of work and organizing. Every helping hand is most welcome. Join our team and give us your support! It doesn’t matter if you are a student, employed, a pensioner, a technician or not - you are very welcome to our next project meeting!


September 2017 - now

Clean water for everyone - Chiro (Cambodia)

In our project, a sustainable water supply is being established...

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July 2013 - now

Water for Eritrea

The small country in the Horn of Africa is extremely...

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