“I can finally read and write” – Afghan woman learning at the Good Samaritan Centre.
First day at school – “A new world is opening up”.
Next goal: a second language – “So I can feel at home”.
Saade has two boys aged three and seven. They are both immensely proud of their mother. The older one is incredibly happy that this mother is studying. He told her he would pray for her so that she might be strong at reading!
In addition to the classroom and practical support, Saade takes part in the workshops we offer teaching handicrafts and fabric dyeing. She hopes that learning about dyeing will help her gain a foothold into the clothing industry. We really admire Saade’s perseverance and her love of learning. She is a shining example for us and hopefully for many other women, too.
The Good Samaritan Centre – offering a range of practical help
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wortundtat has made the world’s knowledge tangible for KIUMA: Three rooms for computer training help learners and the local community.
With the Skills Training Centre, our Greek partner Hellenic Ministries has been supporting refugee women, mainly from Iran, Afghanistan and Ukraine, since 2019. They receive help on their way to a more independent life.
You can get an overview of all the work of the Hilfswerk with the annual magazine. Read it online or download it.