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Okt 16

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Himalayan Paradise? – A Photography Exhibition

Photography Exhibition in Frankfurt concerning our work in Southasia. About a 100 large-format impressions of landscape, peoples and lifestyles in Northeast India and Nepal are displayed. If you are interested in visiting the exhibition, please contact us via eMail or give us a short call. vorstand@childaid.net tel. (+49)6174-2597939

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Jul 16

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Who will survive? – Education Key Determinant of the Future of Humanity

No education, no survival – Dr. Reiner Klingholz gave a lecture at our Königsteiner Salon Königstein (pf) – Neither climate nor resources – solely education is key to humanity’s survival. That is Dr. Reiner Klingholz‘ conviction. On Tuesday, 5th of July, the chairman of the Berlin Institute for Population and ...

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Apr 16

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Nepal’s Aftermath – Two Years Later

Two years ago, to be precise on April 25th 2015, an earthquake struck the mountainous regions between the Mount Everest and Kathmandu, Nepal. The major convulsion, measuring 7,9 on the Richter scale, as well as several aftershocks, buried thousands of people and devastated the infrastructure in the Eastern and Southeastern districts ...

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Apr 16

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A success story from our evening schools in Assam

We would like to share a story we received some time ago: Samel Bhengra was happy to be able to go to school for a couple of years. But since the family’s savings did not suffice to pay his further education, he went to work as day laborer from grade 4 onwards – just like […]

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Apr 16

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Press Release: NETZ e.V. is Childaid Network’s New Partner

For the sake of better education in South Asia, Königstein-based foundation Childaid Network and NETZ e.V. association from Wetzlar announce a deepened partnership. For over 25 years, NETZ specializes in developmental aid cooperation in Bangladesh, a country close to the project regions of Childaid Network. The ‘network’ in ...

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Feb 16

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Press Release: Childaid Network on Track for Children in Need

Press Release: Childaid Network on track for children in need   Königstein (pf) – Since January 2016, Michael Legeland is the new member of the honorary board of the Childaid Network foundation. 65-year-old Legeland, who lives in Königstein and was active in leading positions of big banks for over 40 years – for some ...

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Schüler in Nepal am Great Himalaya Trail

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Feb 16

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Reconstruction in Nepal has begun

Reconstruction in Nepal has begun Governmental and supranational organizations worldwide had promised around 4.000.000$ for reconstruction in Nepal’s earthquake stricken regions. Money that to a large extent has not arrived yet. Riots, lack of administrative infrastructure but also corruption and logistic problems worsen the ...

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Jan 16

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eLearning for Teachers and Students

eLearning – a Vision for the remote areas of Northeast India Childaid Network finances 700 wages for social workers and teachers each month and reaches around 30.000 children and adolescents directly in schooling projects. Still: Good teachers in rural areas are scarce. Getting actualized and good school books into the villages ...

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In vocational colleges like this in Barpeta, inaugurated in 2015, Childaid Network can provide more than 2.000 young people annually with a qualifying education.

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Jan 16

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New Hope for uneducated Adolescents in Northeast India

New vocational college in Barpeta Road Being the traffic hub of Western Assam, connected to the main cut-through between West Bengal and Northeast India’s mountain region, Barpeta Road is incredibly attractive. Originally a simple crossroads, it developed into a small town, even outdistancing the population of Barpeta, a town 40km ...

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Dez 15

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Building Bridges to People from afar – A Christmas Post

4 times this year I travelled to our project regions, most recently to Nepal on the weekend of St. Nicholas’ Day. After two days of plane rides and transfers I found myself in a world so very different. New languages, clothes, scents, landscapes. Though I undertook a lot of those journeys in my life, it […]

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