Education and perspectives for children in Bengaluru, India
Shishu Mandir now runs a school, a day nursery, various training programmes and it provides basic medical care in the area around Bangalore. The project is also able to help talented children to gain a colleague education. In its own vocational training centre, courses on electrical engineering, automotive and metal work and tailoring are offered, as well as computer courses and English lessons.
Free and self-determined learning in Bangladesh
Learning centers are suitable alternatives to conventional Indian school education. The so-called “Nooks” are open to people of all ages. Here, the learners themselves decide on the learning content and pace.
Supporting young people holistically in South Africa
With its safe hubs, the social enterprise AMANDLA creates safe places where young people, regardless of origin and gender, are given the opportunity to freely develop their full potential.
Transformative education for a sustainable world
The Cusanus Hochschule für Gesellschaftsgestaltung is an independent and young university that stands for freedom, diversity and unity of education and research as well as social dialogue.
Empowering disadvantaged women in Ghana
The Do Wo Yonko Foundation seeks to help children and young women in Ghana achieve better professional opportunities and income opportunities in the long term through educational programs.