The Covid19 pandemic continues to keep the world in suspense. The consequences are particularly severe in developing countries. The Sonnenkinderprojekt is making every effort to alleviate the distress a little.
The Rössing Uranium Mine in Swakopmund has donated a car to the Coastal High School for the training workshop. This car is intended for the educational training as a car
In Namibia classes 11 and 12 started this week – under strict hygiene and distance rules. Our liaison teacher Bonita Franz at Namib High School documented the first day of
At Rehoboth Primary School, food has been distributed to the guardians of our sponsored children. Our employee Tracy van Wyk organized the food and the distribution to those in need.
The headmistress of Namib High School, Roosmarie September, writes“Dear Mr Rohlfing, It is with a heart full of gratitude that I write this mail.I cannot thank you and your colleagues
As a further emergency aid, the Sonnenkinderprojekt has distributed food for the daily needs of their protégés at Namib High School. Due to the curfew, the need has become very
Namibia still has a curfew. For the teachers, school started again on April 20th. However, they have to arrange lessons from home. The teachers have to compile teaching material for
At Khomas Primary School we invested 19,048 Euros for the installation of a computer room. The computer room will be inaugurated on 15 January 2020 after the summer holidays.
In close cooperation with the Sonnenkinderprojekt, the VNB (weltwärts) offers young people the opportunity to go to Namibia for one year to volunteer at our partner schools. The Verein Niedersächsischer
A Namibian proverb says, “Trees can’t meet, but humans can.” So the ClimateScouts from Sulingen High School travelled to Namibia for a climate workshop at the Namib High School in