Backgrounds and Posts
On our blog, we offer background stories on our staff, volunteers and scholars. You can also find reports on our projects and information about current developments in the Kipaji Group and education politics in general.
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Travel stop for Muslims from seven countries in America, meanwhile it was tipped again by courts. Discussions about refugees and Islam in Germany. According to a study, ten percent still rate the influence of Jews in Germany as high (Heinrich
The NGO TAI, which has existed since 2012, is, similar to Kipaji, an organization founded by students. They have devoted themselves to reducing unemployment, especially by university graduates in Tanzania, and supporting girls and young women in their education. In
An intensive and eventful weekend lies behind the 18 participants of the second advanced training course on work-leadership in youth development work on 21 and 22 May. On two days, a colorful group gathered in the workshop3 in Hamburg to
Whether in the media or through our fellow human beings: daily we come into contact with other cultures. Through globalization and technology development, it has become impossible to remain alone in a cultural circle. But no matter whether in the
During a visit to another country, it is always very exciting to experience a foreign culture and absorb as much as possible from it. In addition to the unusual odors, sounds, language, rhythms and clothing styles, the food is of
Almost everyone knows the German customs at the turn of the year, be it the Bleigießen, watch “Dinner for one” or at midnight with a fireworks colorful the new year. In Tanzania there is a very different tradition called Mwaka Kogwa.
Millions of refugees on their way to Europe, terrorist attacks, aircraft detachments and downfalls have dominated the media in 2015. Challenges that have shaped our company and will continue to occupy us in the aftermath of the coming years. This year,
Mariam, who was born in Songea in the south of Tanzania in 1998, is one of our scholarship years 2014 and 2015. Together with her six siblings, she grew up with her mother since her father died in 2008. As
Rachel was born around the turn of the century in Makambako. When she was four, her parents and her three younger siblings parted, and they were divided, as is often the case in Tanzania, within the whole family, so she