Overview our projects

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Financal Support for the School of Blind in Guawathi

GIPP e.V. supports the work of the Venerini sisters, who give blind children a loving home and education. This gives them the chance to shape their own lives. Without the sisters these children would be forced by their families to beg or they would spend their lives on the street.

Helping them to help themselves

GIPP e.V. supports people with object-related help so that they can provide for their own livelihood. In 2017 GIPP purchased about 10 sewing machines for mothers of the local community and financed a preparatory course for the handling of these machines.

Collections for the benefit of school scholarships for poor children of the Salvator School in Nagaon

GIPP e.V. supports children from poor families who cannot afford the school fees. From the donations school material, school meals, examination fees and school uniforms are paid. The monthly school fees correspond to the monthly wage of a day labourer in Assam. Without this scholarship, the children would have to go to work.

Establishment of volunteer assignments (FSJ) for high school graduates in the Indian schools mentioned above in cooperation with IN VIA Berlin.

GIPP e.V. supports young Germans who spend a voluntary social year at our Indian partner schools. The association works together with the volunteer services IN VIA and the Salvatorians. Currently, three high school graduates from German Salvator schools in Nagaon and Guwahati are working. You can read the reports of our volunteers here.

Development of joint teaching projects at German and Indian schools

GIPP e.V. supports the development of joint teaching projects at German and Indian schools. By learning together and establishing personal contacts, pupils develop an awareness for a partnership at eye level. Both sides gain insight into a foreign culture.

Organisation of trips for teacher exchange to India and Germany

GIPP e.V. supports the exchange of German and Indian teachers. Through mutual visits, the projects in Germany and India are adapted to the respective situation and circumstances and accompanied sustainably.