The foundation “Zukunft für Kinder” (‘Future for Children’) has been active in the Muntigunung region in Bali for 10 years. A team consisting of representatives of the foundation as well of the Medical Faculty of Udayana University in Denpasar (Bali) supports underprivileged people in South Eastern Asia who wish to proactively improve their living conditions. The main focus is on direct dialogue with the people affected and conducting a thorough analysis so as to be able to carry out a detailed investigation into the causes of the problems. Measures then have to be developed for successful implementation.

One example of such a programme is the “Training” project. Planting and processing agricultural products such as cashew nuts, rosella (wild hibiscus) and lontar sugar gives individuals the opportunity to acquire vocational training and earn a regular income. Skills in the area of company leadership and responsibility are specifically promoted. 

Why is Network 41 is supporting this institution in particular? Because it reflects the underlying philosophy of Network 41 itself: using investment in initial training and professional development as the basis for lasting success and thereby taking development into one's own hands. 


Our environment is important to us. It is for this reason that we are consciously addressing this issue and purchase our electricity from 100% renewable energy sources that bear the quality label naturemade star from Swiss energy supplier ewl energie wasser luzern.

Naturemade star certifies electricity, fuel and thermal energy/cooling energy from 100% renewable energy sources: from wind, biomass, sun and ecologically commendable hydroelectric power stations. The latter are only certified if, during the production process, lasting consideration is given to plants and animals living in the surrounding area.

The power stations undertake to continuously further improve their surrounding environments in an ecological manner. Energy supply based on renewable energies is not only worthwhile in terms of the environment; it also benefits the economy and results in Switzerland not having to depend on energy imports.

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