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Burundikids e.V.

managed by P. Ziser (Communication)

About us

Burundikids e.V. is a non-profit, non-denominational and politically independent organisation which aims to give children, youth and their families in Burundi a chance at a worthwhile future.

Our focal point is education (schools, vocational training) and the empowering of girls and women (social and development programs such as education, promotion of women's rights and micro enterprises startups).

Burundikids e.V. was founded in May 2003 to support the partner in Burundi, Fondation Stamm. Local co-ordination, organisation and cost control are managed by an experienced project manager with extensive knowledge of the area. Former nurse Verena Stamm has lived in Burundi since 1972. Acting on her own initiative, she set up the first two homes for 50 street kids and orphans in 2000 and the years thereafter during the turmoil of the civil war. She is well versed in the political, ethnic, moral and cultural characteristics and peculiarities of Burundi and has numerous contacts with government agencies and organisations. The contact between burundikids in Germany and the Fondation Stamm in Burundi is therefore direct, non-bureaucratic and transparent, which is absolutely necessary for providing effective assistance.

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Besser als die Uni

  P. Ziser  26 January 2019 at 12:22 PM

Die Ecole Polyvalente Carolus Magnus (EPCM) hat 2008 die Ausbildung in pharmazeutisch-technischer Assistent (PTA) zusammen mit dem burundischen Bildungs- und dem Gesundheitsministerium in Burundi eingeführt. Seither ist die EPCM die einzige Bildungseinrichtung, die PTA in Burundi ausbildet. Zum Unterricht gehört auch das schuleigene Labor, das dank vieler PartnerInnen sehr gut ausgestattet werden konnte und durch qualifiziertes Personal in Burundi geführt wird. 

 Das Labor ist dermaßen gut ausgestattet, dass sogar die Hochschulen Verträge mit der EPCM eingegangen sind. Sie schicken ihre Studierenden an die EPCM nach Kajaga, um dort praktische Arbeiten durchzuführen. Die Beiträge, die von den Hochschulen dafür gezahlt werden, fließen in die Schulkasse der EPCM und in die Finanzierung des Unterrichts mit ein.

Ende Dezember war wieder eine Gruppe Studierender im EPCM-Labor. Wir waren mit der Kamera dabei. 

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