Der beschwerliche Weg nach Uschgorod Bei jedem Einsatz in einem Kriegsgebiet ist die akribische Vorausplanung ein Muss. Ob dieser am Ende von Erfolg gekrönt ist, liegt jedoch in den Sternen.Gefühlte […]
A dream holiday destination for some - a struggle for survival for many locals With the help of Mandy Lawson, who has lived in Cabuya for years, we were able to start a new project
Help where help is needed The war in Ukraine also affects us. So many people who wanted nothing but to live in peace were forcibly expelled from their homes.
The mountainous village in Tsum Nubri is located at about 3,200 meters above sea level and is inhabited and managed by about 72 families. That at such high altitudes life takes some strength and
PHUNJO JHANGMU LAMA WILL CLIMB K2 FOR THE IHMA AND MAKE A MARK! THROUGH PRIVATE FINANCING, EXPERIENCED MOUNTAIN CLIMBER PHUNJO IS NOW POSSIBLE FOR US TO Climb K2
"SHERPAS FOR CHANGE" MOUNTAIN RESCUE & FIRST AID EDUCATION The organization "Sherpa for Change" has asked us if we could conduct training with their members, all young dynamic Sherpas, in first aid. Said and done.
KANCHA IS HUNGRY Kancha is ten years old and is living in a tin hut in a backyard with his father, an older brother and an older sister, near the Kopan district. His mother left the family, the three children stayed with the father. The reasons are unclear and seem to have to do with a lot of quarrels. Of course, the question arises, what moves a mother to leave her children?
THIS IS THE TOUCHING STORY OF TWO EXILE TIBETERS IN NEPAL Today, Tashi is 85 years old. His wife Yanschin is 70 years old. It has been many years since they had to flee together. Both
THE LITTLE SUMAN WAS SUDDENLY AN ORPHAN CHILD IN JANUARY 2019 ... In the middle of January our active member Astrid Brunner traveled to Nepal, to Phunjo Lama, our local responsible. Once there, she came in contact with this tragic story
WE ARE ALSO ACTIVE FOR CHILDREN IN NIGERIA! In the south east of Nigeria, in Anambra, we have a registered IHMA office managed by Emmanuel Onyeka and Johanna Steiner