Team Germany

The core team in Germany consists mainly of volunteers, all of whom have a Christian background.


Project Director: Silke Flügge

Occupation: Educator and professional parent trainer

Silke Flügge has taken over the management of the Projekt. She has been working for the project since 2014 and her heart particularly beats for helping children in need, and especially orphans. She has been to Zimbabwe several times. With her “creative vein” she is particularly keen to promote the students in their development. Child protection is another topic that she wants to establish more strongly in our projects. Since January 2020, Silke has been the deputy leader in Germany. 







Volunteer: Beate Nagel

Occupation: Social worker

Beate Nagel has been closely associated with Zimbabwe since 2012 and has travelled in the country many times.Her focus is on prayer, contact and information work.







Finances: Martin Doering

Occupation: Self-employed in software development, training and consulting

Martin Doering first visited Zimbabwe in 2011 and has been a volunteer with responsibility for the organization’s finances ever since. Martin manages the accounts and monitors donations and payments as well as implementing the guidelines for project management. He is also active in other organizational roles.


Managing Director: Dr. Ira Schelp

Occupation: Lawyer

As Managing Director of Advivia gGmbH, she bears the main responsibility for the project. Development aid has been close to her heart for many years. As the founder of Advivia gGmbH, she follows the developments of the project with great attention and supports the work in all administrative tasks.

Former Project Director: Sarah Dilling

Sarah Dilling relinquished project management at the beginning of 2023. She is now in the process of repositioning herself in her vocation. She brought the project to life with great passion and pushed ahead with the development of the work with tireless energy. Trusting in God, she allowed herself to be called at the time and will continue to walk in his footsteps now.