Would your company like to become a sponsor of AGAPE or support us with donations in kind? As a thank you, you will get a place on our homepage. Previous sponsors of the association:


The Ein-Zehntel-Stiftung has already financed two projects for us:

2021 the drilling of an arsenic-free well in Korgaon, in north-eastern Bangladesh.

2023 the construction of a piped water supply (pipeline) in Ibrahimnagor (NE Bangladesh


The  Stiftung Entwicklungs-Zusammenarbeit Baden-Württemberg funded a project for us in 2023. Together with the University of Heidelberg, we investigated the spatial distribution of arsenic contamination in two villages in order to develop a tool that can be used to assess the quality of the water in terms of arsenic contamination without a great deal of laboratory work. On this basis, we have constructed wells at good depths in the village of Kanaipur and in the surrounding fields.


The German Alliance for Global Health Research (GLOHRA) has approved us as an equal project partner with the Institute of Geosciences at the University of Heideberg and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) for the two-year SWAPNO project in 2021. The funds for the project are provided by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).



AGAPE aims to give disadvantaged people a good life not only today, but also for the future. This is why the association works together with several universities and research institutions. AGAPE offers a platform via the local partner associations so that sustainable, affordable and satisfactory solutions can be developed for the users.



UNIVERSITY OF HEIDELBERG Institute of Earth Sciences supported by specialist expertise and active engagement in University research.

Institute of Earth Sciences


The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) is a cooperation partner in the interdisciplinary research project SWAPNO.



We would like to take this opportunity to point out that AGAPE's work is only possible thanks to the many wonderful members and donors who support the association with particular passion and enthusiasm:


  • For her friendly support and lively exchange about projects Uta Maier.
  • The staff of the Friedrich Ebert Memorial for providing the premises and equipment for the Annual General Meeting free of charge every year.
  • Carmen König and Elo Graf from Königskinder in Berlin for designing this website.
  • We would like to thank Maria and Josif Herlo (A.I. Cuza e.V.) for their many years of work as treasurer and auditor, their support for the Romania project and their tireless general support.
  • Many thanks to Bianca Herlo for her voluntary work on the homepage.
  • For the correspondence, travel support and organization of the annual meeting as well as the media support Dietmar Thiesis.
  • Helpers large and small, from folding the flyers to preparation for dispatch.
  • Many other helpers from the times before the association was handed over to new hands.