Every day between 5 and 8 p.m. about 150 kids aged 4 to 18 come together. They receive tutoring free of charge, do their homework with our assistance, learn English, draw – or just enjoy being together. Without such private promotion hardly any child in a state school gets the chance to advance. The majority of these kids comes from poor backgrounds and really enj
oys to leave their mostly
sad surroundings for a few hours each day - most of them live in simple huts without running water and electricity.
The daily contact to the kids allows us to meet their individual needs and to support them directly and in a sensible way. The kids are provided with school materials, school uniforms, clothes and medicines; in the rainy season we replace leaky hut roofs.
However, it is not only material things that make kid's eyes glow but especially the colourful, vivid and free get-together beyond the caste system or a
During the day, the smallest heartkids are at our kindergarten where they are not only cared for but also get a cooked lunch, among other things.