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Aba­sha wants to act as a start-up aid for young initia­ti­ves in dif­fi­cult cir­cum­s­tan­ces and as a link to world­wi­de sup­por­ters. Learn more about our exis­ting pro­jects and our future plans.

Fol­lowing the slo­gan “help for self-help”, we sup­port young initia­ti­ves on their way to a sus­tainab­le pro­ject struc­tu­re. This is achie­ved by pro­vi­ding men­to­ring, access to spon­so­ring net­works and finan­cial resour­ces.

The foun­da­ti­on of Aba­sha aro­se from a diver­se initia­ti­ve to sup­port the Drop and Ride pro­ject in Kabul, Afgha­ni­stan. Here we were able to pro­vi­de the child­ren and young peop­le with equip­ment for the long-term ope­ra­ti­on of a bicy­cle club and are cur­r­ent­ly estab­li­shing a wee­kly edu­ca­tio­nal pro­gram for Eng­lish and com­pu­ter skills. All sports and edu­ca­tio­nal oppor­tu­nities are taken by girls and boys ali­ke.

The­re­fo­re, Drop and Ride is the first pro­ject sup­por­ted by Aba­sha. The long-las­ting and clo­se coope­ra­ti­on with the pro­ject, which was foun­ded by young peop­le on their own initia­ti­ve, ser­ves Aba­sha as a pilot pro­ject to learn and pre­pa­re for the sup­port of future part­ners. The resul­ting net­work and know­ledge will be used for the sup­port of fur­ther young pro­jects in dif­fi­cult cir­cum­s­tan­ces.

In the future we want to build clo­se part­ners­hips to more pro­jects. You can find out more on the page on our future plans. You know an initia­ti­ve, which makes sport or edu­ca­ti­on pos­si­ble for dis­ad­van­ta­ged groups and fits well into the con­cept of Aba­sha? Con­ta­ct us!