How does CSI finance its activities?

As CSI is recognised by the Luxembourg State, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs bears 80% of the project costs. In addition, our local partner organisations in the different countries also pay part of the costs. For the remaining part, which is about EUR 150 000 per year, CSI depends on donations. That's why were are happy that we can rely on the precious support of private persons, associations, service clubs and businesses. 


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Donators 2017

The following clubs, businesses and associations supported us in 2017: 

Scheck Cents    Associations from Fetschenhof-Cents donate EUR 10,000 for our project with women in Lima (Perou).  


The municipality of Steinfort donates EUR 2,500 for disabled children in Vietnam. 

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The primary school in Bridel donates EUR 1,850 for disabled children attending Kiran Village in India.

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Diddeléng Hëlleft donates EUR 1,000 for internally displaced children in Uvira (DR Congo).

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The First Communicants from Wilwerdange donate EUR 3,120 for refugee children in Rwanda.

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The parish Mamerdall donates EUR 5,000 for underprivileged children in Bangladesh.

Kommunion Walferdange   The First Communicants from Walferdange donate EUR 4,300 for disabled children attending Kiran Village in India. 

Atoz Luxembourg donates EUR 10,000 for disabled children in Vietnam.

Fraen a Mammen Zessingen donate EUR 2,000.

The altar servers from Vianden donate EUR 1,500 for the constuction of a new school in South Soudan.

Lëtzebuerger Bicherfrënn donate EUR 1,000 for underprivileged children attending St. Antony School in India.

The altar servers from Bertrange donate EUR 500 for refugee children in Rwanda. 

KPMG Foundation donates EUR 11,000 Euro for internally displaced children in Uvira (DR Congo). 

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Support by businesses

Financial support, sponsoring, skills development – there are many ways in which businesses can support CSI. Both sides can benefit: we receive donations for our projects, while you emphasise your corporate social responsibility. We shall be pleased to meet you in order to discuss the different options and find a suitable way forward, whether it be in the shape of donations, company events or sales to raise funds for our projects.

For further information please contact Sandra Scheuren (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 26 64 93 89).


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We need your help!

Even if the Luxembourg State covers a large part of our project costs, we are still dependent on donations. We are therefore grateful for every euro that we can invest in education for disadvantaged children.

If you make a donation to CSI you can either specify the country or project where it should be used or leave it to us to decide where it is needed most. We promise to use all money donated to us conscientiously and transparently, and only for the intended purpose. With CSI you can therefore be sure that your donation is in good hands and will reach project participants safely and directly.

As the quality of our work is a matter close to our hearts, we place great emphasis on professional project supervision. This of course entails visits to projects and involvement of external experts. For this reason we invest up to 10 % of donations in the planning, monitoring and assessment of projects on the spot.

Whatever the amount of your donation, we will send you a donation receipt.

Even just a small donation can make a big difference!

IBAN: LU27 1111 0868 8772 0000


don en confiance logo   CSI is member of Don en Confiance Luxembourg.

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Workshops in primary schools

In order to enable younger pupils to make the link between different realities, CSI Lëtzebuerg offers workshops intended to enhance their understanding of the concept of access to education throughout the world. These workshops constitute the basis of CSI’s development education work.

The project in brief:

WentgerKleinThe workshops are designed for primary schools in Luxembourg, more specifically for years 3 and 4. They cover in particular the obstacles to quality education, the consequences of illiteracy, and the influence of education on quality of life. The objectives are to encourage schoolchildren to think about the subject and to exert a lasting influence on their opinions and values.

The programme consists of three workshops of two hours each. In the first workshop the children are placed in the situation of being unable to read or write, such that they experience how difficult it is to cope with the most mundane of everyday tasks. In the subsequent workshops the children discover the obstacles to education and find out about learning conditions in other countries. The story of Malala, winner of the Nobel Peace prize at the age of 17, provides food for thought about why these children attach so much importance to going to school, even if it is difficult and sometimes even dangerous. The pupils think about why education is like a springboard for each of them.

If you wish to support this project, please state “EDEV workshops”. Thank you. 

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