Every day, thousands of adolescents and children flee their home country from war, bombs, violence and persecution. Next Friday (June 20th) is #WorldRefugeeDay. This day brings awareness to the 44 million people who are on the run worldwide - that's the population of Colombia and the highest number in the last 20 years!
The journey to our project in Uganda was my first trip to the Pearl of Africa in the 5th year of Children For Tomorrow Uganda. My name is Catharina Voss, I am 26 years old and I am the project manager of CFT Uganda replacing Dr. Fionna Klasen for this year. Last year, I got [...]
A year ago 15-year-old Zorah and her family escaped from the atrocities of the Taliban by fleeing from Afghanistan to Germany. After Zorah arrived in Germany, she hardly dared to leave her room in the home for asylum seekers. After being raped on her way to school by several men in Afghanistan, she was terrified [...]
Four refugee adolescents from Afghanistan and the Ivory Coast stage in a self made film and tell us why the foundation “Children for Tomorrow“ matters to them and why they have become patients. The teenagers chose an emotional film language for their film which presents their individual points of view and invite visitors to learn [...]