Activities and actions by wortundtat
- 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
- 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
- Between six and fifty is the age of the pupils of an education project for Roma in a suburb of Athens, where wortundtat, in cooperation with its Greek partner, started an education programme for the ethnic group, which is discriminated against throughout Europe.
- Ravi Teja had to work extremely hard when he was a street urchin. He owes the fact that he is now able to study at a College in Vijayawada to a beneficial encounter and the wortundtat partner AMG. Read on
- The school by the stone quarry in Yeleswaram has sent us some impressive drawings. With pictures, they painted themselves, the Indian pupils want to thank their class sponsors and all other donors. Read on
- Senior citizens are an asset to any society. On the occasion of the International Day of Older Persons on 1st October, we shall explain why this is the case and why us younger people are responsible to help or support them. Read on
- Stories like these illustrate the way wortundtat works: Having the opportunity to go to a KIUMA school enabled a young man to fulfil his professional dream. Read on A former pupil in India motivates other to learn. Read on
- During his visit in KIUMA, wortundtat chairman Heinrich Deichmann opened two Centres of Hope. Read on
- Current figures demonstrate the still high infant mortality in India and Tanzania. With the help of targeted mother-child projects, wortundtat wants to improve the chances of survival of babies in particular in rural areas. Read on
- The successfully completed extension of the hospice in Moldovan Ceadîr Lunga helps to meet the high demand for care. Read on
- Seven million of the Indian population live without access to clean drinking water – especially in rural areas. We explain within the scope of the World Water Day on 25 March 2015, why the “Drilling wells” project is important – especially now. Read on
- Maisha Salum Hasani ist student of the first year of the teachers training center (TTC) in KIUMA. Read on
- We thank all people who have supported us in the last year with prayers and donations.