Partner Europe

Our Mission

Don Bosco Mondo offers young people at the margins of society new chances. Our means are education and vocational training, because education is the key to development. Don Bosco Mondo combines knowledge and professional skills with „life skills“ and well-directed encouragement of talents.

Focus Corporate Cooperations

Vocational training needs close relationships with companies. It is all about precise training needs, programmes being closely concerned with practise, internships and successful job placement.

Africon GmbH consult companies with their go to market strategy and create value by analysing and assessing African markets, development of market entry strategies and introduction of our clients to potential partners and projects.

MOUKOM & PARTNER Consulting is an expert in process orientated consulting to energy suppliers and industry.

Infratours is a specialized provider of study and business linkage tours to Germany and Europe. The tours vary from buyers visits for equipment and solutions, to trade fair excursions and specialized study tours. Our products range from ready-made and recurring tours to individually designed visits, right to your specification.

Studieren Ohne Grenzen engagiert sich für Hochschulbildung in Konfliktgebieten. Sie vergeben Stipendien an bedürftige Studentinnen und Studenten, tragen zur Verbesserung der Bildungsinfrastruktur bei und sensibilisieren die deutsche Öffentlichkeit für die Lage in den Zielregionen. Fortgeschrittene Stipendiaten des Fördervereines an der Universität in Kindu (DR Kongo) arbeiten für den Recherchedienst Afrika.  

durabile GlobalFair link and promote the economic and structural competitiveness of small and medium-sized enterprises and institutions with developing countries, guided by vision for a green economy, social responsibility and capacity transfer with developing countries. 

The Press Club Brussels Europe is a joint initiative of the associations of international journalists based in Brussels and the Brussels-Capital Region and opened its doors in February 2011 with the aim of providing a forum for conferences and debates with and among members of the media. It was born from an initiative of the Brussels Capital Region, aware that a Press Club was needed in this city. It is the first club of its kind to be created in Brussels, and within the first three months it saw more than 1,000 journalists and guests cross its threshold.