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Esther along with András (OKA) and Tatiana (Pro Bono Lab), presented the achievements on the Multinational Pro Bono Programme, which was launched at the 5th Global Pro Bono Summit held in Lisbon in 2017, and it is still supervised and supported by AMAIDI. We were pleased to notice that a number of other GPBN members and some international Companies showed their interest in being engaged in this Programme.
“I want to say that for me, this is a very humbling affair. I am deeply humbled by this great honor of being elected as representative of Africa Continent at the Global Council of the Global Pro Bono Network.” said Mamerito Ssenfuma, Regional Coordinator Africa at AMAIDI
ENGAGEMENT In dealing with widely ramified organizations Tanja Siebert versed. Through her previous work for an internationally active logistics company has learned to think in large structures. The graduate in business administration has introduced for her employer a unified IT system in many countries, lived and worked there. So they held a management position at a young age.
These experiences can now be used for a new professional task Siebert. Since 2014, it is engaged as managing partner for the social enterprise Amaidi which organizes volunteer services worldwide. The goal is to promote development. Amaidi offers projects that create human livelihoods, environmental or educational projects.
The development and professionalism of the work at SERPAF in Brazil. Tanja Siebert reported on the opportunity to participate in a program in which people who would like to work in social projects during a Sabbatical. Assistance is provided in connection with the use of carpentry and in the arts sector.
The desire for more self-determination and purpose is increasing. Every second a person is dreaming of a sabbatical. On the other hand, Non Profit Organizations (NPOS) are looking for more volunteer support and expertise. As a volunteer organization, our business customer AMAIDI brings both worlds together. Read more about the…
I had not seen Camille, the Dutch NGO director of AMAIDI Organization, in five years. My rickshaw driver left me in an alley, a woman in a swaying skirt led me up to some stairs, where a plastic elephant light glimmered and a dog jumped out. Read more.
AMAIDI is working together with Volunteer Aid Denmark, the brainchild of Kristine and her husband, both social workers in Denmark. The contact has come about through a coincidental meeting of Camille (AMAIDI) with Alexandra Sorensen, who was looking for some voluntary work while in India. Kristine was her friend. As a…