& Enabling 
Young People, 
Women & Girls!

Our Impact!

Impact at a Glance




Projects Worldwide 

2 Million

Direct Beneficiaries & Program Participants 

20 Million

Indirect Beneficiaries & Program Participants

Why our Mission is Relevant!

Centered on Young People

Youth are positive actors during a crisis, while also representing the future of their communities…

Centered on Women & Girls

Protecting, supporting, and enabling women and girls to become more resilient, reach their full potential and lead their own development journey, while inspiring entire communities…


RET implements a holistic approach to create a conducive environment that facilitates access and retention of girls in school while integrating children into the basic education system in the targeted schools of the Tillaberi region, NIGER.

How is RET Germany strengthening Lebanese and Syrian refugees’ resilience and peaceful co-existence?

RET is promoting short and medium-term agriculture measures to revive rural areas that directly target the needs of the poorest refugees/local farmers and female-headed households while linking emergency food security/aid to longer-term structural support…

Multi-sectoral support for sustainable, improvement of the food and nutrition situation and peaceful and inclusive co-existence of conflict-affected populations in eastern DRCongo!

To sustainably increase the food security situation (both quantitatively and qualitatively) and improve peaceful and inclusive co-existence of conflict-affected populations, RET will work with demobilized child soldiers/youth formerly associated with armed groups, the Indigenous Batwa population, female heads of households, and internally displaced people (IDPs), returnees and vulnerable host population, and five local non-governmental organizations to increase the availability of self-produced food, while applying sustainable management of natural resources.



Europe, The Middle East, Africa and Asia – EMEAA Region…


At the heart of RET’s mission is to protect and build the self-reliance of young people and women…


Incorporating relevant components from one or several sectors that can effectively address the challenges facing vulnerable young people and women… LEARN MORE!

RET’s Multi-Sectoral

Integrated Programming for better Outcomes

RET’s multi-sectoral approach guarantees the complementary
nature of actions and the interdependence between them.
It provides a comprehensive approach to bridge the
multi-dimensional needs of young people and women,
achieves more significant and long-lasting results, and reduces wasteful duplication. 

Why Our Mission Matters?

Through its unique mandate centered on young people, and on women & girls,
RET bridges the gaps between humanitarian action and development aid,
adding a peace dimension to its interventions. 

This is what we refer to as the
Humanitarian – Development – Peace (HDP) Triple Nexus. 

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