Press Releases

© Helvetas / Kamlesh Vyas
Zurich 20. August 2020

Helvetas Supports the Rohingya in the World's Largest Refugee Camp in the Fight Against COVID-19 - Three Years After the Exodus

Almost one million children, women and men have been living in precarious conditions in the world's largest refugee camp in Bangladesh since their mass expulsion from Myanmar three years ago. Now ...
Drinking water wells in Ethiopia | © Helvetas / Simon B. Opladen
28. May 2020

Helvetas Supported Over 3.8 Million People in 2019

The Swiss development organization Helvetas supported more than 3.8 million people in 2019. The NGO focuses on addressing the causes of poverty. Clean drinking water and sanitation as well as access ...
Burkina Faso: soap production | © Yacouba Lankoandé
Zürich 19. May 2020

Helvetas Response Goes Beyond the Coronavirus Crisis

The consequences of the coronavirus pandemic hit people in developing countries particularly hard. The crisis exacerbates existing problems. The Swiss development organization Helvetas provides ...
Benin | © Helvetas / Stéphane Brabant
07. April 2020

Helvetas supports developing countries in the fight against COVID-19

The corona crisis hits poor countries in Africa, South Asia and Latin America the hardest. The Swiss development organization Helvetas is supporting the affected people with various initiatives in ...
© Helvetas
Zurich 06. January 2020

The Haiti-Earthquake Aid continues to be effective, even today

On 12 January 2010, the earth shook in Haiti. Helvetas was one of the Swiss organizations that provided emergency aid and reconstruction immediately after the disaster. This action has a positive ...
Zurich 27. November 2019

Earthquake in Albania

On Tuesday morning, Albania was shaken by an earthquake of a 6.4-magnitude, leaving a trail of devastation in its wake.
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