For the Betterment
of the World
“The world of humanity has two wings-one is women and the other men. Not until both wings are equally developed can the bird fly. Should one wing remain weak, flight is impossible.”
TwoWings is a non-profit organization registered since 1996 in Linz, Austria. TwoWings supports small, sustainable education programs that have been established locally. The focus is on the promotion and development of educational opportunities for youth and children, girls and boys. The goal is to enable people to recognize individual strengths and to contribute to the well-being of the whole community. In this way, a better, united, peaceful world can emerge.ABOUT TWOWINGS
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The independent TwoWings Network supports programs that improve capacities to enable communities to develop their spiritual and material aspects of life. It is a concern of TwoWings to enhance living conditions lastingly by their effort and develop independencies through their supports
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A prerequisite for the eradication of poverty in the world is the education of girls and women, so that poverty stops passing on over generations. At present, 59 million children of primary school age worldwide cannot attend school, and an estimated 800 million people aged 15 or over cannot read or write. The majority of these people live in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia.
Educating girls and women proposes more than just going to school. Apart from knowledge and skills that they gain, it intends to enable them to assert themselves in the labor market and generate income. It improves the ability of decision-making in their own lives to pass on all their awareness to the next generation and their children, to contribute to the progress of their communities and villages.
TwoWings has been supporting sustainable education programs which have been developed locally in the southern hemisphere for over 25 years. The vision is based on the greater importance of educating girls and women, to develop their capacity of contribution to make a positive impact on the well-being of the entire community by applying their learning in practice.
Thanks to many volunteers and competent supporters who contribute to the betterment of the world through their time, skills and financial resources during this period, thousands of people were able to receive education. "Power is not a finite entity which is to be seized and jealously guarded; it constitutes a limitless capacity to transform that resides in the human race as a body."
TwoWings organizes an annual final tournament in which the winners of the respective "Swing with your Heart" tournament series play for the main prizes. The tournament takes place over a weekend and is rounded off with a gala dinner and an award ceremony.
At the 2022 final tournament, our finalists will have the opportunity to win great prizes. There is gold to be won with a total value of 4000 €, which will be provided by Partner Bank AG Linz. In addition, hotel vouchers from Green Habitat will be awarded among the winners of the tournament. With these vouchers, the participants can enjoy a stay of several days in one of the numerous partner hotels of Green Habitat.
Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria
Mrs. Ute Egermayr, one of the TwoWings ambassadors, is telling us about TwoWings and Golf Cup Series in this video.
The video was produced by the supports of Vion Company, one of the business partners of TwoWings.
TwoWings Attaches Great Importance to Voluntary Work
Voluntary Work prevents the cost-increasing bureaucracy in different fields of activities. Competent co-workers and volunteers are improving efficiency and enable effective handling of donations.Become our Contributor
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Museum director Prof.Dr.Bernd Lötsch
British ambassador John McGregor
Dr. Sarvenaz Ettehadieh
Dr. Jane Goodall
President of TwoWings Network Dr. Gerhard Schweter
Austrian dialect singer Hubert von Goisern.
in TwoWings Award Ceremony
“The TwoWings Award inspires my work in Africa.”
Dr. Jane Goodall is one of the world's leading ethologists and UN Messenger of Peace. She received TwoWings award in 2005 following her inimitable services and hard work in environmental and community programs for young people in Tanzania. TwoWings presented the TwoWings award to personalities who had been involved unremittingly in development cooperation to draw public attention to the commitment and projects of the award winners. Dr. Jane Goodall’s motivation for environmental and humanitarian protection has created a more peaceful world.