Profile of EUROGUINEE e.V.

Euro Guinée e.V.
Verein für Völkerverständigung und Entwicklungshilfe;

EuroGuinée e.V. ( , VR No. 3592, was founded in Nuremberg in 2002 by Germans and Africans, most of whom came from Guinea. The purpose of the statutes of the association, which is recognized as a non-profit organization, is on the one hand to develop, promote and maintain friendly relations, in particular between Germany and Guinea, and on the other hand to contribute to the development of Guinea.

As an association for international understanding and development aid, we devote ourselves to integrative activities in Germany, which mainly take place in the metropolitan region of Nuremberg and which are part of the “Nuremberg Initiative for Africa” network founded in 2004, in the founding of which EuroGuinée eV was significantly involved. With the help of a wide variety of campaigns, we want to work together with other associations to straighten out the image of Africa in society (

This initiative has been awarded two integration prizes, the prize of the integration prize from the “Bezirkstag Mittelfranken” (2011) and the Integration Prize of the City of Nuremberg (2012).

EuroGuinée eV is committed to implementing the Millennium Goals at local, national and international level. To this end, project activities are and have been carried out in close cooperation with the following organizations:

1.1. In the country of origin Guinea

In Guinea, EuroGuinée eV has been working in cooperation with EuroGuinée-Conakry since 2006 to implement the Millennium Development Goals and the 17 goals of the UN Agenda 2030.

  • from 2004: establishment and operation of the health post “Jean Claude Diallo” in Sarébowal in Cooperation with the rural population and their civic association ODESA
  • from 2004: Cooperation with AAE, a non-governmental organization of paediatricians in Conakry
  • 2005: Transport of relief supplies (hospital supplies, including beds, chairs) in Cooperation with the St. Anna Hospital Sulzbach-Rosenberg and the BMZ
  • 2006: Official recognition of the EuroGuinée eV representation in Conakry under the name EuroGuinée-Conakry (NGO) as a non-governmental organization in Guinea
  • 2006/07: Reintegration of a disabled Guinean at the University of Conakry (Department of Physics) in cooperation with the Integrationsfachdienst Bremen and EuroGuinée-Conakry
  • 2006/07: Humanitarian aid for victims of state violence in cooperation with the Catholic Church on site and EuroGuinée-Conakry
  • From 2009: Development of the orphanage “Mama Bandelengue” in Boké in cooperation with EuroGuinée-Conakry
  • 2010: Cooperation with the human rights organization OGDH and their partners in Conakry
  • 2010: Support for the establishment of a radio station Radio rurale de Gaoual in Gaoual, Boké region, in collaboration with EuroGuinée-Conakry
  • 2011: obtained the right to represent the Guinean Employers’ Association in Germany
  • 2014: Sanoyah school project in the Coyah region (hygiene)
  • 2014: Improvement of elementary health care in Sarebowal / Mamou through an incinerator funded by BMZ/bengo (Projekt-No.: P5530)
  • 2015: Construction of a staff building in Sarebowal
  • 2016: Development of a cooperation between the Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences (HWST) and the Higher Agronomic and Veterinary Institute of Faranh (ISAV) in Guinea
  • 2017: Extension of the official recognition of the EuroGuinée eV representation in Conakry under the name EuroGuinée-Conakry (NRO) as a non-governmental organization in Guinea
  • 2018 – 2019: Improvement of the drinking water supply and elementary health care in Sarebowal / Mamou; funded by BMZ/bengo (project no.: P2255)
  • 2019 – 2021 in planning: health care through water, sanitation and hygiene in Coyah; Projekt request BMZ/bengo (Projekt-No.: P3825)

1.2. In Germany / Nuremberg

  • 2003-ongoing: Annual cultural events with the support of KUF from the city of Nuremberg, the Jesuit Mission and the academy caritas-pirckheimer-haus (cph)
  • From 2008: Annual cultural event (Akwaba) in cooperation with migrant associations and people interested in African culture (
  • From 2009: Member of the Round Table on Human Rights (RTMR) of the City of Nuremberg
  • 2010: International conference on the human rights situation in Guinea in cooperation with the CPH and the human rights office of the city of Nuremberg and Amnesty International
  • From 2010: cooperation with “Technik ohne Grenzen e.V.” and “Einkommen ist ein Bürgerrecht e.V”.
  • From 2017: Representative from the Guinean Embassy in support of development policy strategies of the Guinean government, especially in the German-speaking countries

1.3. Cooperation with other associations, organizations or state institutions

  • AAE (Association Action pour Enfants)
  • ODESA (Organisation pour le développement de Sarébowal)
  • OGDH (Organisation Guinéenne pour les droits de l‘ homme)
  • INADER (Institut National pour le développement rural)
  • BMZ (Bundesministerium für Zusammenarbeit)
  • German Embassy in Guinea/Conakry
  • Technik ohne Grenzen e.V.
  • Einkommen ist ein Bürgerrecht e.V.
  • Office for Culture and Leisure (KUF) of the City of Nuremberg
  • Human Rights Office of the City of Nuremberg
  • CPH (Caritas-Pirckheimer-House)
  • Employment office and specialist integration services
  • Co-initiator and member of the network “Nuremberg Initiative for Africa” (NIfA)
  • Guinea Embassy in Berlin
  • Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences – HWST
  • Univerity „Institut Superieur et Agronomique et Veterinaire de Faranah – ISAV)
  • Bengo – Engagement Global
  • Ministere de l‘ interieur et de la décentralisation (MATD) – Interior Ministry
  • The Archbishopric over the OCPH in Conakry
  • Commune of Coyah City (Commune de Coyah Urbaine – CCU)

In the context of development aid, we implement the concept of “helping people to help themselves” by supporting existing regional non-governmental organizations (NGO) in their locally worked out rural development goals. Thus, our projects experience the full support of the rural population and the municipalities, which contributes to sustainable security. (

EuroGuinée eV currently has 54 members in Germany, of which around 15 can be described as active members. About 10,000 € are received annually through membership fees and donations.

Dr. Abdoulaye Diallo

EuroGuinée e.V.