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Development Projects

I recently traveled to Myanmar with my parents. In Ngapali, a region in the west of Myanmar, I had the chance to visit a local NGO project with my mother. A NGO is a Non Governmental Organization which means that private people work together to help others who are in need. With this NGO we delivered solar panels to a village that did not have power supply. Here are some impressions from the visit. Our Trip started here. The car stopped because of the river. Which meant we had to walk through the river. Into the Nature of Myanmar we went. It was beautiful. The other adults from the NGO carried big boxes with solar lamps inside. We walked a long way through the forests, the fields and tight pathways. And then finally we arrived in a little village were everyone was waiting for us. There were many children, too. They looked very interested. Then women from the NGO explained how to use the solar lamps. And these were the people who got solar lamps. After the solar lamps …

Education Projects

Many NGOs and Charity Organizations focus on education. School and Kindergarten are not for free in many countries and poor families can not afford to send their children to school. But education is very important to make the life of people better. Some Charity organizations fund school supplies, some build whole schools and some pay for the teachers. During last years I visited several education projetcs in Cambodia and Vietnam. Here are some impressions. We visited a School in Cambodia (it is empty because of school holidays). One of the charity employees came with us and explained everything. This school was donated by a Family. My mom and I visited a kindergarten in Vietnam. The children were very happy to see us. They welcomed me very kind and I saw they were exited. They danced a very cute welcome dance. Then I had to dance with them. And we played games. That was fun! I then gave out some donations. They all wanted the big boxes with games inside. 🙂 After the visit in the kindergarten we went …