Mekelle University - Ethiopia
This is the University of the capital of the northern Ethiopian province Tigray, Mekelle. It was founded in 2000 e.c. and has more than  30.000 students. This university is one of the focus places supported by Etiopia-Witten Assoc. , by funding materials and teaching of German Specialists on the site.

Ayder Comprehensive Specialized Hospital - College of Health Sciences, Mekelle - Ethiopia
Ayder is the second-biggest Hospital and one of the modern ones in Ethiopia.
It had been constructed in 2000 e.c.  usage had started in 2006 e.c. with very low medical infrastructure and staff in the beginning. Foreign donations had been an important basis for the fast developing of the medical services. Since 2009 Etiopia-Witten Assoc is sending medical equipment and numerous German physicians, nurses, technicians, and administrators to Ayder for teaching and consulting.

Dignity Period
Dignity Period provides education and menstrual supplies and helps Ethiopian girls stay in school by providing the supplies and education they need to manage menstruation. This means the opportunity for a better life. As a result, most girls are fearful and unprepared when they start having periods. These girls often miss school, fall behind in their studies, and eventually drop out.We believe girls deserve education, equality, and dignity - period.

Wukro Museum - (damaged during the Tigray war)
The Society for the Promotion of Museums in Ethiopia e.V. was founded on August 15, 2009.
The purpose of the Society for the Promotion of Museums in Ethiopia is to promote international understanding and development cooperation in the field of preserving the cultural heritage of mankind.
Its purpose is achieved in particular in close cooperation with the responsible authorities in Ethiopia with the construction, establishment and operation of a museum with a didactic concept  in Wukro / Tigrai and thus to research, maintain and appreciate the contribution to Africa's cultural heritage.

The Fewsi Foundation
The Fewsi Foundation exists to support and empower victims of conflict violence. Supporting and empowering victims of conflict violence. It will focus its initial efforts on reconstruction, rehabilitation, and clinical services in northern Ethiopia, where the current needs of conflict victims are both great and ongoing.  In furtherance of this goal, the Fewsi Foundation will work closely with Ayder Comprehensive Specialized Hospital – the tertiary referral center for over 6 million people – and the College of Health Sciences at Mekelle University and with the Tigray Regional Health Bureau to develop and support programs of humanitarian relief and medical care.

Collaborations in furtherance of these goals will be developed with other governmental and non-governmental agencies as opportunities arise.

Miara is a platform for people and organizations who want to help people in need in Africa. We wish to give an overview of projects that inspire us, that we would like to support or that we organize ourselves, and we would like to give existing aid organizations the opportunity to introduce themselves and to connect.

Edited July 2020