Pediatrician Dr. Judith Große Sudhues (left) talking with a hospital employee right in front of her hut

Working for Cap Anamur

Take action at Cap Anamur: huminitarian and worldwide

Working at Cap Anamur - providing help that is self-inducting

The vision of our aid organization has remained unchanged ever since – then and now: Cap Anamur has stood for unbureaucratic, unconditional humanitarian aid for over 40 years, and still holds onto those same values.

Behind Cap Anamur stands a diverse team of highly motivated and passionate people who fill our concept with life, and implement it tirelessly and with persistent commitment.

We are always happy about people who share our values and want to work in our organization.

Work between war and peace

Sudan has been the stage of armed conflict for years. How do you react when bombs are suddenly dropped on the hospital? Nurse Johannes Plate reports on work in the war zone.

Work Environment

Cap Anamur: Traditionally active worldwide

Vor dem Schulunterricht wird gemeinsam gesungen und gebetet: Straßenkinder im Gespräch mit Dennis Wellmann (Projektleiter Pikin Paddy). Since 2012, Cap Anamur has been running a street children project in Freetown called

Collaborating in the project

An assignment in our various projects is generally possible all over the world. We provide humanitarian aid and sustainable reconstruction work in small teams, always with the maxim of involving the local population and handing over the projects to them as quickly as possible.

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Cap Anamur Team in the office

Working in the office

A relatively small team handles the work at our office in Cologne and coordinates all activities worldwide. The administrative overhead is kept to a minimum in order to be able to invest as much as possible in the project work.

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Employee portraits

Team members in portrait

We all agree on the same thing: working for Cap Anamur abroad is a very special experience. Everyone who works here shares the same common desire to help people in need, and support projects in crisis regions with knowledge, experience and passion.

In our profiles, some of our employees tell us about their professional and personal motivation for their work at Cap Anamur. They provide personal insights, or describe experiences and formative encounters on site.

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Current Vacancies

We are now hiring medical staff for our worldwide projects

We are looking for experienced doctors, physicians, nurses and midwives

We are now looking for project staff

We are looking for experienced craftsmen, technicians or architects (m/f/d) for our projects in Africa.

Volunteers for Translation (English) (m/f/d)

We are currently looking for volunteer translators with English as the target language.