Childaid Network

We support refugee
children in our
barefoot schools
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Foundation laid for
a girl orphanage
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Childaid Network is
now 10 years old!
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Huge devastation
caused by earthquake
in our project region
in Nepal
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We sponsor the education of
young people that otherwise
could not go to school.
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We give access to education
for those living in the most
remote areas.
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We fight for child rights
and against child labor
and child poverty.
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We focus on marginalized
children, refugee kids,
street children,
minorities.
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We partner with the people
and strong delivery organizations
in our project regions.
We personally ensure
the effective investment
of the funds.
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We are mostly volunteers,
but professional and
wholeheartedly dedicated
to help children.
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Together we fight for children’s rights and education!

 

More than 100 million children worldwide do not have the possibility to go to school. 250 million can neither read nor write. But education opens many pathways out – not just in terms of their economic perspectives, but also regarding their personal development and independence.

Childaid Network supports children and young adults living in the most remote parts of South Asia. With the help of many volunteering professionals, engaged local partners and a dedicated personal supervision, we want to ensure that children in need get their chance to help themselves.

No life on charity, but the first step into a secured and self-determined future.


 

Who we are

We are a predominantly volunteer-based but professional team. We collaborate with well-established local partners both here and in our project regions. We supervise all our projects personally and ensure that your donations arrive exactly where intended.

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How we help

Our goal is to provide young people without access to education with structural and long-term support – reaching from crèche facilities to vocational training. Your online-donation has a direct impact, since we always invest the full amount.

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Where we help

Our projects are located in some of the most remote and impoverished areas in the world.

Childaid Network – Together we fight for children’s rights and education!

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News

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  • Taunusgymnasium startet Hilfsaktion für Partnerschule in Amguri

Unter den Königsteiner Schülern des Taunusgymnasiums wächst die Sorge um die Patenschule in Amguri. Der Shut Down stellt viele Familien in der Region vor enorme Herausforderungen. Sie haben aktuell keine Möglichkeit, Geld zu verdienen und wissen schlicht nicht, wie sie ihre Kinder in den nächsten Tagen mit Essen versorgen können. Einzige warme Mahlzeit fällt weg […]

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Dr. Gerd Müller visits children's rights project
  • Development Minister Müller visits our project in Guwahati

In a quarry in the south of the city of Guwahati, what Development Minister Dr. Gerd Müller wants for the entire region of South Asia has been achieved: there is no longer any child labour. For the poor families in the slums of the region, the hard work in the quarry is a livelihood. But […]

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Girls at school assignments in Kurigram Bangladesh
  • School closures in our project areas

India has now closed all educational institutions and is gradually implementing them. This is also the case in Nepal. All tests are also postponed there. There are no officially infected people in Myanmar yet, but the country has closed all preschools. Bangladesh is expected to follow suit soon. Freedom of movement is already severely restricted, […]

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