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Activities and actions by wortundtat

 

August 2017

  • Three new greenhouses were built in cooperation with wortundtat in the garden of our Moldovan partner Gloria in Ceadîr Lunga. By undertaking simple work, alcoholics learn self-respect again. Read on …

 

July 2017

  • Gowrinadh and Johny are pupils of a facility of our Indian Partner AMG and successful constructors. It is thanks to their committed teacher that the boys were awarded first price in a competition for their self-built GPS helmet. Read on …

 

June 2017

  • Day after day, about 100 women and children come for help to the Centre for Mothers and Children in Athens. Their aid programme is aimed at refugees who do not receive sufficient support from anywhere else.. Read on …

 

May 2017

  • A warm meal after school – many children in Dortmund’s Nordstadt are glad to receive this and other free offers at the wortundtat partner, the Meeting Centre ‘Star in the North’. Their parents often don’t have the necessary energy to take care of them. Read on …
  • Gumpina Sandhya Rani’s parents are poor. That the clever young Indian girl is studying aeronautics today is thanks to the good education programme of our partner AMG. Read on …

 

April 2017

  • In the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, blind people and those infected with leprosy and HIV, receive monthly aid parcels containing food and other everyday necessities. In doing so, wortundtat and our partner AMG supports those who otherwise would not know how to survive. Read on …

 

March 2017

  • The KIUMA Hospital in Tanzania has only access to electricity for eleven hours a day. To ensure that people in the region will get even better medical care, wortundtat is currently working on a round-the-clock solution. Read on …

 

February 2017

  • Prasanth Kumar, a young Indian entrepreneur from a poor background, learned rules at wortundtat as to how deal fairly with business partners and customers. Read on

 

January 2017

  • The Dortmund family centre ‘Star in the North’ supports children from socially deprived and instable families as well as children from other cultural environments. During a recent visit, wortundtat was able to gain an interesting insight into the work of the Kid’s Club. Have a look