Pupils in Collège Verena. (Source: Kindernothilfepartner)

Haiti 10 years after the earthquake: "Schools are standing, but we need a functioning state at last"

(Duisburg/Port-au-Prince, 08.01.20) On 12 January 2010, the earth shook so devastatingly in the southeast of Haiti that the Caribbean state has not recovered from it to this day.

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(Source: Fabian Strauch)

Children need to be more involved

As a study by Kindernothilfe shows, representatives of local non-governmental organizations and child rights activists around the world see increasing inequality and violence, population development and climate change as the greatest threats to future generations.

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Rolf-Robert Heringer (Source: Jakob Studnar)

Kindernothilfe mourns the loss of Rolf-Robert Heringer (71)

During his 41 years of service at Kindernothilfe, Rolf-Robert Heringer was always driven by the appreciation of children and their often difficult living conditions. He died on 12 November after a long and serious illness.

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Ysrael Diloy (Source: Lorenz Töpperwien)

Interview with Ysrael Diloy: Can you learn child protection?

Since 2012, Ysrael Diloy has been a regional child protection trainer for our Asian project partners and has a lot of experience in making organisations fit for child protection.

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Kenya: Newsletter from our partner Saint Martin

Our long-time partner Saint Martin from Kenya has developed a readable and lovingly designed newsletter in which hereports about children's rights and the engagement with people with disabilities.

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(Photo: Christian O. Bruch)

Charter4Change and Kindernothilfe

In preparation for the World Humanitarian Summit in 2016, the UN initiated a participatory process with International as well as Local and National NGOs whereby they hoped to identify the most disruptive gaps within the global humanitarian system.

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Kindernothilfe at the Kirchentag

“What is this trust” was the motto of the German Protestant Kirchentag in Dortmund. With our motto “Child rights cannot be allowed to remain a dream”, we looked back with much gratitude on 60 years of Kindernothilfe.

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