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Press Releases of Kindernothilfe

Click here to view our current press releases. If you have additional questions, or are interested in photos or background material, please feel free to contact us.

A family stays in the ruins of their house which was flooded. (Source: Detlef Hiller)

We cannot allow ourselves to become accustomed to disasters

Small streams transformed into raging rivers overnigt, desperate people with water up to their hips, roads swept away, homes and schools destroyed: We have seen such images so many times that they seem to no longer shock us.

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Mother and child staying in front of a wall painting that shows an armed policeman. (Source:Jürgen Schübelin)

Brazil: Kindernothilfe supports targeted investments in socially troubled areas

Domestic violence, sexual assaults and discrimination: Kindernothilfe reports blatant children's and human rights violations in Brazil.

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A girl rise to speak at the Children's Congress in Chennai, India. (Source: Kindernothilfe)

Children need to have a say in issues that concern them

Children and young people have the right to be heard and become involved in issues that concern them.

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An Indian boy watching straight into the camera. (Source: Bastian Strauch)

It's time to talk: Giving child labourers a voice

The children's relief organisations Kindernothilfe, terre des hommes and Save the Children are dedicated to ensuring that the views of child labourers are included for the first time at the 2017 Global Conference on Child Labour.

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A young boy on a vegetable field. (Source: Alexander Volkmann)

UN conference approves long-term development goals

Kindernothilfe has high expectations for the long-term development goals that are expected to be approved at the UN conference in New York.

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The study. (Source: Bastian Strauch)

Kindernothilfe presents a study on early childhood education

Early childhood education is a means of finally winning the fight against poverty.

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Sri Lankan Education Minister. (Source: Bastian Strauch)

Reconciliation through collective learning

Sri Lankan Education Minister Velusami Radhakrishnan visited the administrative office of Kindernothilfe to talk about the situation of children in the island nation.

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An overview of our projects and countries

An overview of our projects and countries

We are currently supporting 1.8 million children in 29 countries. Click here to read selected project descriptions.

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Who we are

Who we are

Kindernothilfe is a non-governmental organisation founded in Germany in 1959. We partner with local non-governmental organisations in 30 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe to realize and protect child rights.

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Transparency is a top priority for us

Transparency is a top priority for us

An internal and external monitoring system ensures the proper use of all donations and verifies the impact of our work. We give account of our work with a detailed reporting system.

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