Germany

Intercultural Children’s Holiday Program

23 Feb , 2018  

Kinderarbeit Fürth

We were a colorful, amazing group:

9 staff: from the YMCA, the nehemia team and from churches, in addition some extra cooks and approximately 20 kids, mostly with migration background.

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Borneo, Germany, Montessori Kindergarten, Resource Centre

YMCA Leutershausen Journey Where the Pepper Grows 

16 Feb , 2018  

nehemia fürth

In August a team of young people from the YMCA in Leutershausen (Heidi‘s home town) visited Borneo.

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Allgemein, Germany, GoKick & GoTeens

Event Day with ‘GoKick’ 

6 Feb , 2018  

nehemia

As part of their studies four prospective social workers were able to set up an event day with ‘GoKick’.

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exploring life, Germany

A New Start for Exploring Life’s Living Community 

4 Feb , 2018  

nehemia

With a wonderful new team, consisting of four young adults, ages 20-24, a new season has begun for Exploring Life’s living community.

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Energy Project, Germany

Electricity for Burkina Faso!

17 Jan , 2018  

nehemia team energy

Burkina Faso is one of the poorest countries in the world. Only a very small percentage of the population has access to electricity. Many people therefore lack an essential prerequisite for the self-responsible improvement of one’s own life situation.

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Refugee Work, What moves us

Five things I was taught by refugees

13 Dec , 2017  

flüchtlingsarbeit

My husband and I have been working with a Contact Café by the nehemia team for 2,5 years now.

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Germany, Get Involved, Refugee Work

International holiday program – who’s in?

5 Nov , 2017  

The nehemiah team is planning an international holiday program for children in Nuremberg. More…

Germany, Refugee Work

Course “Bridge Builder and Culture Connector“

10 Apr , 2017  

Many refugees have arrived here in Germany, which to them is a foreign country. They have partly learned the language or attended an integration course. And, although they can  manage daily life, some still feel unaccepted, lonely and as if they’re not a part of the society. More…