The Regine Sixt Children’s Aid Foundation DRYING LITTLE TEARS, together with the Stern Foundation and Welthungerhilfe, supports securing the future for the people in the village of Kinakoni. The project began by discussing the background to poverty and hunger, in order to then work out solutions together with the people in the village, which can also be transferred to other villages in the region.
Education is an important building block for the future of the children of Kinakoni. That is why the Regine Sixt Children’s Aid Foundation DRYING LITTLE TEARS the extensive project. Because the future of our world is being shaped in today's classrooms.
Currently, the elementary school in Kinakoni Village is in a state of disrepair. There is no internet and there is no guarantee that all children will be able to graduate from school. The Regine Sixt Children’s Aid Foundation DRYING LITTLE TEARS supports the renovation of the school so that in future 250 pupils can be taught all subjects in nine classrooms.
Around 5,000 people live in the village of Kinakoni in Kenya. Lack of rain has made the situation worse for the villagers and many children are suffering from malnutrition. Employees of the Stern Foundation and Welthungerhilfe are working together with the villagers on site to tackle the most urgent problems and to enable the local people to lead an independent, independent life in the future. Every investment and expenditure is a further step in Kinakoni's autonomy, so that the local people can earn their own living and the children have a real chance of further education and scholarships. In the next three years, the Regine Sixt Children’s Aid Foundation DRYING LITTLE TEARS, the stern Foundation and Welthungerhilfe will actively support the local people.
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