Holiday campaign 2016

"We are fully committed to serving society," says Tebis AG Chairman of the Board Bernhard Rindfleisch. "Our guidelines are based on a set of values that focuses on community." Tebis creates secure jobs for its employees and ensures a healthy work/life balance. Tebis also fulfills its social responsibility outside of the workplace. The company is involved in social and cultural activities, encourages the personal commitment of its employees and, at least once a year, supports regional and international projects.

Holiday campaign 2016


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Tebis is financing the well and water treatment plant for the SOS-Kinderdorf Natitingou in Benin (Westafrica)

This SOS children's village currently cares for 119 children. It provides a protective environment for orphans and children who have had to grow up in unsafe living conditions that posed serious risks to their health and development. Over the past two decades, the water lines and the building structure have suffered severe damage, primarily because of the extreme fluctuations in weather conditions. Tebis AG is providing the majority of the financing for the completion of a new well and water treatment system as part of the urgently needed restoration work. Test drilling for the well has already been successful. However, analysis of the water revealed that special treatment of the water is necessary before it can even be used.

© SOS-Kinderdorf e.V.

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