An e-learning pilot project has just been started at LEA Ministry in Dongobesh. This project leverages the digital library solution developed by Next Generation Africa e.V.. This solution acknowledges the limitation that schools in South East Africa generally face: lack of learning and teaching materials, lack of Internet connectivity, lack of teachers.
It was a special honor and pleasure to host our friends from Dongobesh / Tanzania during the second half of October. Martin Tango and his wife Maria together with Pastor Zak came for this roadshow to Germany after their sponsors in Czech invited them to a trip to Europe. We spent a great time together…
162 new desks arrived at Karama School. A big Thank You to all sponsors that made this possible! Now, the two seater desks can serve two instead of four children. This is great progress providing a better learning environment for the children at Karama School.
Building new classrooms in a primary school can take a lot of time – not only in Africa, but also in Germany. I have never seen a construction of a public building being finished in less than 9 months – until we came to Tanzania.
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.
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.
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…
“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!”
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.
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.