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We help children in need! Projekt Schwarz-Weiß e.V. (association Black-White) is a children aid project that supports Africa's orphans. In the by us looked after Nice View Children`s Village in Kenya find abandoned, orphaned and abused children a new home. The overall concept is to provide them with everything they need, from being a small baby up until independence. Feeling of security - love - shelter - provisions - medical supply - kindergarten - school - apprenticeship ...

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August 2016: Exam at the End of the Second Term

Also this time the exam at the Nice View Gratitude Academy lasted 3 days.

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Your Team from Projekt Schwarz-Weiß e.V.

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August 2016: Our Little Farm on the Sports Ground

The children and co-workers planted on the sports ground amongst others maize, colewort (sukumawiki), cassava, cucumbers, tomatoes and pepper.

However, taking care of the animals (chicken, goose, goats and dogs) is for the children even more fun and they are glad about the offspring.

Some pictures…

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August 2016: Music Festivals

Also this year the Nice View Gratitude Academy successfully participated in the music festivals. Please click here to get to the report.

The team from Projekt Schwarz-Weiß e.V.

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August 2016: Support of a Family from the Leprosy Village

In Msambweni the only known to us leprosy village is situated. Nice View supports already since many years a family with food which is collected weekly.

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July 2016: A Sunday in Diani

Some pictures from a trip of 11 of our youngest accompanied by Sarah, Ndolo, uncle Henry and Mama Gudrun…

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Juli 2016: Mwanasha

Mwanasha finished her education as nutritional advisor after several months of traineeship in the Kenyatta Hospital and for the German Doctors in Nairobi. However, she still needs to take an examination in the course of the year to get a license. Furthermore, it is quite common in Kenya that one needs to have 2 years of work experience to get recruited. But Mwanasha got good employment reference letters and it will sort itself out. We are very proud of her in any way.

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July 2016: Screens

Some pictures of the in the Nice View Garage produced screens for the clinic… 

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July 2016: News from Hope

Hope is already since a while back home and she is luckily doing really well. She has no infection anymore, is a happy baby and develops splendidly.

Unfortunately also the HIV test carried out in Nairobi was positive. We are no physicians but were told that it might be that the test is positive because her mother was infected with HIV. Only when she is around 2 years old it will be known if she is infected with HIV herself.

As a precaution she gets drugs and needs to be in the HIV clinic once a month.

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July 2016: Water Park

Unfortunately is a trip to the water in Mombasa quite expensive. Therefore are the children always happy if a visitor from Germany invites them.

Some pictures...

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June 2016: Malaria Tests and Treatment for Free

The Nice View Medical Centre is happy to offer in June and July (the months after the rainy season in which a lot of people get infected with malaria) free tests and treatment. This is possible thanks to the support of the Msambweni hospital which provided tests and drugs that are about to expiry. 

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