Mentor Blog April 2013

Our volunteer interns are happy to share their impressions and experiences about their work with our children and adolescents at ‘Children for Tomorrow’ in this mentor blog: Isabel Zimmer, 25 years old, studies educational sciences and supports our art therapy team. “I started working as a mentor at ‘Children for Tomorrow’ in early February. Since [...]

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Latest Edition of “Children for Tomorrow TODAY“

The December edition of our printed newsletter highlights the eventful year 2012! We would love to introduce you to some of our project’s children and our work – please enjoy the interviews, photos and stories, for example: An interview with Rabia Tayyeb who left Afghanistan at the age of 14 and now works [...]

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Start of school programs in Uganda

Two weeks ago we started a new school program in a boarding school for children who are suffering from post-war traumas in Gulu. As early as in 2006, we conducted interviews with 330 former child soldiers in this school for a study on the consequences of the 20-year long war, which left behind many traumatized [...]

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Let’s go swimming – but safely!

Children for Tomorrow is more than happy to announce the possibility of hosting swimming classes for refugee children at the Kaifu swimming pool in March and April. We would like to thank the project “Ab ins Wasser – aber sicher!” (Let’s go swimming – but safely!) as well as Bäderland for this amazing cooperation. This [...]

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