Mathias Waldmeyer, programme manager Nigeria
Mathias Waldmeyer is responsible for the programme in Nigeria. Together with his wife he lived for several years in various African countries and worked as an international co-worker for Mission 21. In the context of a church event he can give a very personal and close insight into the work of Mission 21 in Nigeria.
Mission in general
Specialists will show you how Mission is now opening up new possibilities for mutual exchange and encounters at eye level.
200 years of Mission
Learn about the exciting process that has changed the understanding of Mission as time has gone on – from the slave trade to interfaith peace work.
Agriculture and securing livelihood
About 870 million people throughout the world are starving. We will show you where and how Mission 21 is actively involved in agriculture and livelihood security.
Many conflicts are related to religious or ethnic factors. Specialists offer insights into Mission 21's many years of working for peace.
Health is a human right. Mission 21 makes access to basic medical care possible, especially for people in remote rural areas. We'll be glad to give you some insights.
Education enables people to shape their own lives and shoulder responsibilities. Specialists offer insights into Mission 21's educational projects.
Advancement of women
Many women and girls are exposed to discrimination and violence on account of their gender. Mission 21 supports equal rights at many different levels.