Ramona

Task: primary school teacher

Time period: October 2013

- January 2014

The best thing for me was playing and cuddling with the little ones from Kikatiti and introducing them to completely new ways of spending their free time (games, handicrafts, baking cookies)

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Even during my studies, I wanted to spend some time abroad. But it quickly became clear to me that I didn’t just want to go on vacation. I wanted to get to know the country and the local people better and ideally do something for them and support them. As a big and little sister, as a trainer in a sports club and as an intern in various schools, I was able to gain a lot of experience in dealing with children and young people. The weaker and neglected children were particularly important to me, which was probably one of the reasons why I wanted to work in a children’s home. Tanzania has long been the country of my dreams. It was then feasible after graduation to bridge the time before the legal clerkship. Above all, I took one thing with me: It was worth it, and even though I was only there for three months, it changed me and my life. More than before, I am now more aware of what I have, and I place even less value on the material things in life. In retrospect, I would like to do something for the home, the school and the local children. Through my job as a teacher, I see the long-term opportunity to start small campaigns around Tanzania and collect donations, for example. The best thing for me was playing and cuddling with the little ones from Kikatiti and introducing them to completely new ways of spending their free time (games, handicrafts, baking cookies). It was always particularly fascinating to see how little is enoug

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