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Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Doro - Dar Ouirgane

My name is Doro, I´m 19 years old and I´m from Germany. After finished school I was for a social year at a school which teaches after the main principles of Maria Montessori and then for 2 months at the German-Jordanian University in Amman, Jordan. Voluntarily I gave extra lessons for children with migration background in topics like German, math, history and biology and was part of a group which cares about the rights of refugees in Leipzig and Saxonia.

During this time I´ve recognized that education is one of the most important values to save the future of a child. I decided to participate in “Education for all” because education is necessary for children and I´m very lucky to be here.

Dar Ouirgane is a lovely place and a very well organized house. The girls, the housemother and the cook are very friendly and open-minded. Together we teach the girls in French and English in very different ways. Also we play football, go for walks and have during the day a lot of fun.

I feel that I´m welcomed here and this is a wonderful feeling.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Feifan Chang said...

The best thing to give to children is education for the sake of saving their career.
Thanks for sharing the post.

8 February 2012 at 12:20  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Salam alikoum and hello to all.

Education is so impotant. Great job. Best wishes 4 all and if i travell in this direction i will visit u, Inschallah.

Greatings from Leipzig - Germany,
Your`s Kerstin.

16 April 2012 at 10:16  

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