• We are building an integrative school campus, for kids with or without disabilities, rich or poor – everyone can or should have access to education.
    Education that is under the aspect of acceptance, equality and participation.
    Together with the people we create a new environment, the kids can develop their individual skills, communicate within a community and build new social relationships.
  • This includes the promotion of educational programmes in the fields of science, language, agriculture, health, music, arts and sports.
    The school campus will be designed sustainably, the entire building will be implemented from the materials and natural materials available here. Furthermore, the awareness of the children in sustainability of the environment should be trained
  • In Tanzania, it is still difficult to integrate children with disabilities into society – many stigmas, superstitions and ignorance about the different types of disability make it difficult for those affected and their families to be accepted. Through education, integration and inclusion, children with and without disabilities can learn side by side from each other and grow together!
  • The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) is a United Nations human rights convention adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 13 December 2006 and entered into force on 3 May 2008. In addition to affirming universal human rights for disabled people, the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities contains a large number of special regulations tailored to the living conditions of disabled people.
  • Inclusive education is a form of education that integrates students with disabilities into mainstream classes. It is increasingly being rolled out in schools around the world and has been proven to have many benefits for all students, including those with disabilities.
  • The concept provides for the integration of disabled children into regular classes, so that disabled and non-disabled children are taught together. The goal is to provide education for all children, but also to teach non-disabled children how to deal with disabled classmates.

„We are already valuable, simply because we are. As a result, we have something (a value) and from that we can do something. If the action falls away, we are still who in the end. Maybe that’s why it’s called human being and not human doing“ (Samuel Koch)

Myriam, lokale Projektleiterin

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