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    Volkswagen - Volkswagen Pro Ehrenamt Private

    The Volkswagen Pro Ehrenamt initiative is designed to match the need for project volunteers with the interest of those willing to volunteer. Active and former employees at Volkswagen can access a comprehensive databank, where vacancies listing the skills required for voluntary activities, can be...

    ArcelorMittal - Conserving indigenous forests in Nimba, Liberia Private

    The first step was to build a solid basis for decision-making, which meant carrying out a large-scale year-long ecological study in both the wet and dry seasons. Nothing like this had been possible during the civil war, so there was very little knowledge about local biodiversity. We assembled a...

    ArcelorMittal - Rising to the challenge of sustainable housing for low income families Private

    In 2008, the Tecucel River in Romania flooded and destroyed more than 300 homes, and this was the catalyst for a new partnership between the ArcelorMittal Foundation and the NGO Habitat for Humanity. ArcelorMittal took an existing Habitat for Humanity design and turned it into a simple...

    Volkswagen - Water Pump Project Private

    VW Brzsil through Autovisão Brasil, iniciated the water pump program in partnership with Misereor and IRPAA (both NGO's). And there was a need to developed partnership with a manufacturer, “Menegotti Equipamentos”, supplying them with components drawings, tooling development, material...

    Volkswagen - A chance to play Private

    “A chance to play” is a three years special program which has started in South Africa as the host country of the Football World Cup 2010. This initiative is launched by the international Volkswagen workforce in cooperation with “terre des hommes”. There are set up new sports grounds and...

    ArcelorMittal - From grey to green – rehabilitating an industrial dump site in South Africa Private

    The first phase of remediation work began in September 2009, and covered about a third of the total old waste disposal site area. Over the next 18 months this area was cleaned up and shaped, and a number of storm-water canals dug to ensure rainwater ran off the site in a managed way. At the same...