It is time for our Team Thursday Series again! This time, we introduce to you Moritz Kolbe, who is part of PROJECT-E’s Management Board.
In this week’s part of the Team Thursday Series, we introduce to you Maximilian Oberrauner of PROJECT-E’s Fundraising Department.
For the sixth edition of our Team Thursday series, we asked Nadja Frercksen, one half of PROJECT-E’s management board to answer our three questions.
This week our Team Thursday series introduces to you our most vital woman for the connection between our teams in Europe and Ethiopia. Sena Kinati started working as the Country Representative of PROJECT-E now for almost one year. Read here, what answers Sena gave to our three questions.
Karl von Ritter is working for PROJECT-E already for more than two years! Now it is the time for you to get to know a little bit about him in our Team Thursday series.
This week on Team Thursday, you will get to know a little bit more about Caroline Wanders. She was so kind and answered our three questions. Here we go.
It is time for Team Thursday again. In our second part of introducing the members of PROJECT-E’s Team Europe, we asked Stéphanie Chevalier Naranjo to answer our three questions.
Who are the people running PROJECT-E? You might already know that our Team Europe consists of different departments concerned with different tasks. But who is the person behind the task? To make this a little more touchable, we are starting the new series “TEAM THURSDAY”, in which we introduce to you the members of PROJECT-E, the people, who make everything possible in the first place.
By now it should be obvious that at PROJECT-E we owe every success to the hard work and dedication of our staff – both on the ground and online. We pride ourselves of being run by an exceptional team of passionate volunteers from different countries and backgrounds.
September is a wonderful time in Ethiopia and particularly the Ethiopian month of Meskerem that runs from 11th or 12th September to 10th October marking the beginning of the Ethiopian year. The countryside is lit up with the masses of bright yellow Meskel daisies and more sunshine flickering through the rain clouds, and it brings with it all the promise of the New Year.