We enable children from financially disadvantaged families to participate in the "classroom under sail" on the training ship "Thor Heyerdahl"
- "It's up to you" Under this Latin motto, we want to encourage girls to take more responsibility for their own lives. Education is a fundamental right for girls and boys, but girls in Burkina Faso and around the world are facing much greater pressure. Being forced to drop out of school and take care of their families, the barriers for girls are much higher.
By supporting and promoting the education of girls in Burkina Faso, we hope to contribute to the sustainable development of the country.
Seniorpartner School Bundesverband e.V., we support the nationwide organization by employing a full-time employee to coordinate their activities.
Senior partner in School e.V. makes an important contribution to working together in schools. Competent and prudent, they help students tackle problems on their own and resolve conflicts on their own.
GiveWell is a non-profit organization that sends SMS reminders to mothers in India so they can remember when it's time to have their baby vaccinated.
Millions of people around the world need glasses but can not afford them. EinDollarBrille e.V. wants to change that! The One Dollar Glasses are currently represented in Ethiopia, Bolivia, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Kenya, Malawi, Mexico and, since the end of 2017, also in India. So-called "Rural Opticians" are trained as One Dollar Glasses Opticians. The aim of this pilot project is to develop a sustainable distribution structure, especially for rural and remote areas.
We were able to enable the Promotion Africa e.V. to purchase a piece of land for the construction of a craft school in Nairobi, Kenya. With a dual education in school and business, the young people from the slums of the Nairobi region have the opportunity to learn a profession there and to obtain official degrees.
The new construction of the primary school will enable more children to study in Myanmar. More than 100 pre-school and kindergarten children have started their first year and soon there will be about 350 elementary students. In the future, the school will be expanded even further.
Young people from Indian slums often do not find work due to insufficient education. In addition, many girls are married before their childhood is over. The Livelihood Program aims to promote the vitality of all young people involved and the equality of girls through the acquisition of educational and interpersonal skills. The care leads to a job. For this purpose, we are financing the new center of the Magic Bus India Foundation.
Experiential group training is often unaffordable for economically and socially disadvantaged children. We support the stay of classes in Outward Bound's youth promotion program. There are also courses for mourners, people with disabilities and German courses for migrant children. Training places are Baad (Austria) and Schwangau (Germany).
Bianca Vetter Foundation
Zur Weihersenke 13
D-82211 Herrsching am Ammersee
Dr. Jens Neitzel