Hello folks,

thank you for taking some time to learn more about Cycling4Humanity.


I was riding my bike from Cologne, Germany, to the Black Sea in Romania in order to raise awareness and funds for the Jimmy Carter Work Project 2015. It is a cooperation of the international non-profit Christian housing organization Habitat for Humanity and the Jimmy Carter Foundation which is guided by a fundamental commitment to human rights and the alleviation of human suffering.


The project is going to take place in November in Nepal where thousands of volunteers are going to construct affordable houses for 100 families who are in need of a decent place to live in.


CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE, USA (12/14/06) -- Local volunteers and HFH Chattanooga staff help to build two house frames in front of W. Max Finley Stadium/Davenport Field in conjunction with the 2006 NCAA Division I-AA Football National Championship. (NCAA, National Collegiate Athletic Association; Division 1-AA National Football Championship; OHD, Operation Home Delivery) ©Habitat for Humanity/Steffan Hacker

The background is that Nepal is one of the poorest countries in the world and got hit by some terrible earthquakes in May and April that displaced more than 2.8 million people. That makes this house building project more than required. In fact, Habitat for Humanity`s ambitious goal is to provide decent shelter for 100,000 Nepali families by 2016.

Altogether, I have cycled 4.211KM along the Rhine and the Danube through Germany, France, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania.

Rhine River

Rhine River in Germany.


Me at the Rhine Fall – the spring of the Rhine River – in Schaffhausen in Switzerland.

Me in front of the Notre- Dame Cathedral in Strassburg.

Me in front of the Notre- Dame Cathedral in Strassburg in France.

Me at the spring of the Donau River in Donaueschingen, Germany.

Me at the spring of the Donau River in Donaueschingen, Germany.

At the Serbian border

At the Serbian border

On my way to Belgrad

On my way to Belgrad

The Iron Gate from the Romanian Side of the Danube

The Iron Gate from the Romanian Side of the Danube

Ups and Downs in Bulgaria

Ups and Downs in Bulgaria


It would be great if you support this project so we make it possible that people in Nepal get human living conditions in the future. In order to donate, transfer some money to the following account with a reference to Cycling4Humanity

Habitat for Humanity e.V. (Recipient)

Cycling4Humanity (Reference)

DE 21 3702 0500 0001 2948 01 (IBAN)


Or, if you also want to take part, please check out the official information here.

I very appreciate your support in any way!

Thank you very much.

All the best and Stay Human.

Best regards,



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