What can we learn from Africa?
During my flight back from Tanzania I watched the “Black Panther” movie, published by Marvel Studios in 2018. It is a story about a fictitious high tech state in Africa called Wakanda, that has been hidden from the rest of the world for many centuries.
A creative birthday present: 45 school desks for Tanzania
There are many good wishes you can think of for a jubilee birthday, especially if you are expecting 60 people joining your party. Alexandra Bloch did not focus on her own needs but rather looked for something that helps to build a sustainable future for others.
Singing, dancing, laughing and lot’s of joy
Meeting children in Karama School in Tanzania was a great experience. Most of the time they were singing and dancing. It was great fun to watch them. And they like to play with each other. It was fun for me to play with them. They liked to shake hands. It was so easy to connect…
“Life was good to me – Time to give something back!”
“The best motivation for the things we do is what we really believe in – deep in our heart.” Arnd Weil was guest at “PhiloBrunch” organized by Ethica Rationalis in Munich on November 17, 2018 talking about the subject “Life was good to me – Time to give something back!”
The faszination of Massai Land
Just leaving Arusha behind, the land becomes dry and flat: Massai land. The number of cows, goats and donkeys crossing the road is increasing with every mile. And then you see them: the Massais, with their traditional red cape and their long stick.
People in Tanzania
Visiting several countries like Ukraine, Peru, or Tanzania I had the opportunity to see people supporting local communities in different projects and engaging myself. I experienced people differently in each country. Tanzania stands out with incredible happiness.
My first impressions from Tanzania
Warm, sunny, colorful, joyful – these are words that come to my mind. Not only the outer look like colorful women clothes but even more the inner – the joy in the heart of the people we met. For example, I was very positively surprised about our local partners from World Vision Tanzania.
A dream comes true
“I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up, and live out the true meaning of its creed: We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal.” There is barely any speech ever that is more popular than this vision articulated by Martin Luther King on August 28,…
Welcome – Karibu
Welcome to “Stiftung Perspektive Hoffnungsbrücke” founded in December 2016 as Foundation Trustee under the umbrella of World Vision Deutschland The founders have selected World Vision as partner for many of the project activities because of World Vision’s global experience in development and local presence with professional project leaders and team members in Tanzania and all…
An idea started to shape up …
In 2015, when thinking about potential future activities, I came across this advertisement from a German bank: I was thrilled by the idea combining social activities helping to build a better future for children in Africa (and their families and communities) with my own strong interest in traveling around the world collecting unforgettable memories for…