Our projects


If a traumatic event occurs before the age of 11, the likelihood of developing a Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is increased by a third.
The earlier these children receive treatment, the better their chance of recovery.
Therapeutic support for refugee children in primary schools is uncommon. Beginning in June 2017,
CHILDREN FOR TOMORROW started the Project “HonigHelden! (“HoneyHeroes! – Make children strong for Tomorrow”) in cooperation with the school authorities. The project is designed for the special needs of refugee children aged 6 to 10 years old and takes place directly in the primary school. The project is unique in Germany and closes a gap in the ambulatory care system.

Refugee Ambulance

Germany is one of the largest host countries for refugees. After numerous traumatic experiences in their home country, many refugees often also often go through arduous escape routes. In the last 20 years,
CHILDREN FOR TOMORROW has been able to establish a unique therapeutic care of these refugee children and adolescents with the “Refugee outpatient service for children and acolescents and their families” in Hamburg.


There is no other African country with as many refugees as Eritrea. They flee lifelong military service, persecution, famines and violence.
Since 2006 CHILDREN FOR TOMORROW has helped in cooperation with the Ministry of Education in the slums of Asmara.


The north of Uganda is still suffering from the consequences of decades of armed conflict.
For 20 years CHILDREN FOR TOMORROW operates a project in Kampala, the North of Uganda.
In cooperation with the local hospital, traumatized children and their families receive treatment in Indiviual and group therapies.


Months was the average time the children had been fleeing


Months is the regular period for psychotherapy


Countries of origin are represented in the projects

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