Gee Om Future for the Youth
This project in cooperation with the TSG 1899 Hoffenheim and the Dietmar Hopp Foundation is a follow-up project to the kick-off events of the Climate Kick series in Namibia and helps to continue and develop throughout the year the approaches that were provided by the kick-offs at the schools and facilities that were visited. Currently, our focus is on individual projects in Windhoek, Otavi, Gobabis, Walvis Bay – and in 2018 Okahandia as well. At schools and nursery schools we have started garden projects for self-sufficiency, built wells, supervised the founding of EnviroClubs or supported their activities. In addition to that, recycling projects were initiated.
In total, more than 75,000 students have been educated by us and our partners through the various individual climate and environment protection projects. We also helped teachers at over 100 schools and nursery schools to continue working on these topics with the children.
Another important part is providing food for soup kitchens in the townships.
Fussball Wie die TSG Hoffenheim fernab der Heimat Hilfsprojekte in Namibia unterstützt und dabei auf Nachhaltigkeit setzt. Von Florian Huber Hand in Hand für Afrika. So steht es über dem Eingang der Suppenküche von Okahandja Park, in Katutura. Hand in Hand für Afrika ist bei 38 Grad im Schatten eine schweißtreibende Angelegenheit, wenn man es wörtlich nimmt.
Die TSG 1899 Hoffenheim unterstützt mehrere Entwicklungsprojekte in Namibia.