Partner projects

TOUR4life works with various partner organizations dedicated to bring about social and ecological change all over the globe. Without help it would be difficult to do all the things and we are very grateful that Vaude, Fahrradwerkstatt Reutlingen, Social Media Institute, Fairantworungs AG and Greenality and many private supporters are making this project possible. This enables us to contribute to other initiatives, as well.


Jyothirgamaya is a mobile school for the blind that offers training to blind children and adults at their residence. Meaning ‘leading to light’, Jyothirgamaya seeks to not only lead the blind to live enlightened and holistic lives, but also attempts to give the sighted population a new perspective on how to look at the blind.

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"Sristi”, the ancient word derived from the classical language Sanskrit, means “CREATION”. We want to create a new world for those with intellectual disabilities along with those who have been marginalized in their communities; a world which they can call their own, and a world where everyone is treated with equal respect.

The world we have in mind is a small village, spread out over an area of about 30 acres of fertile land, located at Kunamangalam Village, Villupuram District, Tamil Nadu, South India. A seemingly ordinary village by any standards, but one that is entirely self-sustaining and eco-friendly. It will serve as a role model project

My Mother My Earth is an environmental non-profit organization working in Kerala and Karnataka. We have been working on a number of issues of public interest, especially related to environment, agriculture. We are working with students and local people at the grassroots level to build capacity and skills as well as adequate knowledge, to address the issue as well as the solution.

ECB Empowerment center for the blind. Get empowered! ECB (Empowerment Center for the blind was founded in March 2012 aiming to empower the blind community of Kerala. Though a lot of research is going on to prevent, cure, and to improve the situation of the visually challenged, ECB beliefs that, the best way to help improve the over all situation of this society is to empower them through access technology. The advent of access technology has drastically changed the possibilities and opportunities of this community.

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Always reading Caravan (ARC) is a non-governmental, not-for-profit, and non-religious organisation based in Suphanburi province Thailand, committed to promoting joy of reading and learning through various activities including mobile library services to children and adults both with and without disabilities in rural areas of the country.