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Past Projects

Since it first came into being in 1988, Oikos has worked in a number of African, Latin American and Asian countries.


Oikos first established a presence in Angola in 1989 and signed a Cooperation Agreement with the Angolan government in 1990. The first projects in the terrain, The Social Reintegration of Displaced Families in Malanje and the Social Reintegration of Demobilised Soldiers in Huambo date to 1991. - Veja no mapa


Oikos Cooperation worked with local partners from 1994 and 1996. Oikos representatives were constantly present from 1997 to 2000, undertaking humanitarian projects during the 1997/98 cholera epidemic and armed conflicts. - Veja no mapa


From 1997 to 1998 Oikos provided support for the rescue and valorisation of Argentina’s indigenous cultures. - Veja no mapa


From 1991 to 1998 a number of projects were undertaken to strengthen local players, means of sustainable living, and the influence of public policies over rural development (participative budget, gender, education and prevention of child labour) focusing particularly on the State of Bahia in the country’s northeast, with partnerships with local organisations such as the MOC (Community Organisation Movement) and the APAEB – the State of Bahia Small Farmers Association. - Veja no mapa


From 1993 to 1995 work was undertaken to strengthen social and gender-focused organisations in the areas that depend most heavily on mining. In 2001 a permanent office was set up in the country to implement two projects in its Andean region, geared towards food safety and the exercising of rights in access to health. - Veja no mapa


From 1990 to 1997 Oikos undertook projects aimed at the rehabilitation and social integration of young drug addicts and alcohol abusers. - Veja no mapa


From 1995 to 1996 Oikos projects addressed means of sustainable living and family farming in vulnerable sectors. - Veja no mapa



From 1993 to 1998 projects were undertaken that were geared towards the social and professional integration of youths at risk and the full integration of ethnic minorities. - Veja no mapa


From 1999 to 2002 humanitarian projects were undertaken with a view to giving agricultural production a fresh boost and to organising the health services in the districts of Aileu and Manufahi. - Veja no mapa


In the aftermath of December 2004 tsunami, Oikos set up a permanent office in Banda Aceh, which continues to operate to this day.
Its work is geared towards providing support for the water, sanitation and public health sectors. The goal of the first projects was to help locals who had been displaced to temporary camps. The goal now is to contribute to the rehabilitation of infrastructure and essential services (schools, water, sanitation and public health). - Veja no mapa



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