We are always trying to act according to our ideals: Our main attention lies on the people in need of help. Their social, religious and cultural background, age, gender or skin color is of no importance to us when it comes to evaluating their need for help.
We are intentionally trying to set an example for peaceful collaboration, for mutual respect of all the peoples of the world, of religions and of different cultures as well as for the equal gender treatment in the world.
Every full-time and honorary staff member of the Children’s Village has to act in accordance with the Accord of Children’s Rights1 (Nov. 20, 1989) in their daily interaction with the children in and around the Children’s Village.
he aim of our Children’s Village is to prepare each of our fosterlings for a self-sufficient life. Depending on personal interests and talents the children are individually promoted and supported in their academic- and leisure-activities, such as school education and vocational training.
Unattached to ethnic and social origin, religious denomination and gender they have the chance to sustain an autonomous, financially independent and happy life for their families and themselves.