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Sustainability Report Balance // Issue 2016 // Lufthansa Group // 103 Cargo Human Care Like the Help Alliance, the association Cargo Human Care (CHC) owes its exis- tence to the personal involvement of com- mitted employees. This humanitarian aid project was founded in 2007 by Lufthansa Cargo staff in cooperation with German physicians of various specialties. The regis- tered charity provides access to free medi- cal care to sick and suffering people in Kenya, as well as a home and a future to impoverished orphans. Treatments are administered at Cargo Human Care’s medical center in Nairobi. Its patient roster includes needy people from the surrounding area and the children living at the CHC-supported orphanage Mothers’ Mercy Home. The number of medical treatments given by volunteer doctors increased to about 21,500 in 2015, bene ting about 6,000 patients. Coopera- Social projects supported by Group companies Lufthansa Cargo: Long-standing coop- eration with the registered association “Werkstätten für Behinderte Rhein-Main e. V.” (Workshops for the Disabled) LSG Sky Chefs: Varying by region, com- mitment covers educational projects, health promotion, sports events and more Swiss: Long-standing cooperation with the foundation SOS Children’s Village and support for the Children’s Founda- tion run by Swiss employees Austrian Airlines: Support for social and charitable organizations Brussels Airlines: Bundling of social commitment in the initiative “ for Africa”, the airline’s conduit for supporting numerous long- term aid projects in Africa. Annual mountain bike event “Bike for Africa” to support selected humanitarian projects. tion with local clinics, where German physi- cians perform more specialized treatments, and full, partial or educational sponsorships round off CHC’s spectrum of sustained assistance. From the start, Lufthansa Cargo has backed Cargo Human Care with logis- tical, nancial and organizational support. New residential educational center inaugurated November 25, 2015 saw the inauguration of the John Kaheni Residence, a new residential educational facility for youths in the Nairobi area. A major project of Cargo Human Care, the center’s educational offer will provide up to 100 young people with access to high-quality professional training in future. Patron of the John Kaheni Residence is German Federal Foreign Minister Dr. Frank-Walter Steinmeier. To carry Cargo Human Care’s positive message around the world, the multicolored footprints of children living at Mothers’ Mercy Home have adorned the fuselage of the Lufthansa Cargo MD-11 freighter registered “Charlie Hotel” since November 2015. First destination following the makeover: Nairobi, to mark the occasion of opening the new John Kaheni Residence.

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