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Health For All.

With every heartbeat to greater global health.


How can you support us?

It doesn’t have to be a huge donation or an annual membership fee.
Even small amounts can go a long way!

Help doesn’t always have to be monetary either:
Tell your friends and acquaintances about our projects or share our content on social media.

Get an insight into our work

We currently support projects in Kenya, Nigeria, India and Ukraine.

Upcoming events

At our events, of course, we want to spend a good time with you first and foremost. To the music that drives us.
On site you can inform yourself about our current work. All proceeds go directly to the projects, of course.
We have targeted the following dates:

Heartbeat Festival

Sep 6-7, 2024

Fairground Meinbrexen

Village road 19a

37697 Lauenförde-


Heartbeat Concert Series

Nov 24, 2023


Kyle’s Tolone

Delta Constellations

Theaterstübchen Kassel



Our mission statement is universal access to basic health care for all people worldwide (Universal Coverage Concept), to which we would like to contribute through our projects. We place a special focus on research to develop new therapies and make them widely available in a cost-effective manner. For us, close personal support for our projects, respectful work at eye level with the people on site, and one hundred percent transparency in all our activities are elementary. We pursue an integrative medical concept that not only treats symptoms, but also aims to promote modern health awareness through education and prevention.

We currently support projects in Kenya, Nigeria, India and Ukraine.

How we work

We do not take a missionary approach in our work, but meet the local people as partners at eye level.

It is important to us that we convince them of our approaches instead of lecturing them.


We disclose all figures and give you insight into our annual report at any time.


Since our organization is small, the processing paths short and our work voluntary, we incur only extremely low administrative costs.


We place a special focus on making innovative, integrative (evidence-based), and cost-effective treatment protocols available to local people.

Get to know our sponsors & partners

Thanks to their support, we have already been able to provide medical care to many people.


Very simple!



Would you have known?

Basic health care, treatment of infectious diseases, reduction of maternal and infant mortality, access to drinking water and better hygiene, education and prevention.

According to WHO, there were approximately 228 million malaria cases in 2018. It is estimated that more than 400,000 people still die from malaria each year; in 2018, 67% of these (272,000) were children under 5 years of age. There is still a lack of effective therapies or vaccines.

Although progress is being made, WHO statistics show that approximately 830 women still die every day from preventable pregnancy or childbirth complications (99% in developing countries).

In 2015, 5.9 million children under the age of 5 died worldwide, of which approximately 45% were newborns in the first 28 days of life. More than half of these child deaths could be prevented through simple interventions and treatments.

Contaminated water and poor hygiene are linked to many diseases such as cholera, diarrhea, hepatitis A, typhoid and polio.

According to WHO, an estimated 842,000 people (361,000 children) die annually from diarrhea due to poor drinking water and lack of sanitation.

Prevention programs and health education can be helpful, for example, to raise awareness of the risk of malaria and to take preventive measures (e.g., insect nets) or to seek urgent medical attention in case of infection. Women can be persuaded to seek obstetric care (if available) to reduce potential complications. Even knowledge of simple hygiene measures can save lives.