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0 Afrika: Africa has a surface area of 30.3 million square kilometres (22% of the total land area of the Earth). At the same time a little more than one billion people live on this continent. Thus Africa is the second largest continent by population and landmass.

Africa has a surface area of 30.3 million square kilometres (22% of the total land area of the Earth). At the same time a little more than one billion people live on this continent. Thus Africa is the second largest continent by population and landmass. ... More

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Burkina Faso: Ouagadougou, AMPO - Social Work

Burkina Faso: Ouagadougou, AMPO - Social Work: Katrin Rohde founded The Association Sahel e. V. – AMPO, in 1996, hand in hand with the establishment of an orphanage for boys (today 60 boys aged between 6-18). As the years went by, further initiatives were united under the umbrella of the association.

Katrin Rohde founded The Association Sahel e. V. – AMPO, in 1996, hand in hand with the establishment of an orphanage for boys (today 60 boys aged between 6-18). As the years went by, further initiatives were united under the umbrella of the association. ... More

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East African Teacher Training

East African Teacher Training: There is excitement and loud ‘hellos’ every time another training module is about to begin. Teachers from many different places in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania have travelled through the night in buses, that have had to negotiate the mostly terrible roads to Nairobi, to make their way to the Rudolf Steiner School just outside the city.

There is excitement and loud ‘hellos’ every time another training module is about to begin. Teachers from many different places in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania have travelled through the night in buses, that have had to negotiate the mostly terrible roads to Nairobi, to make their way to the Rudolf Steiner School just outside the city. ... More

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Egypt: SEKEM School

Egypt: SEKEM School: SEKEM School is the only school with elements of Waldorf education in Egypt. In the aftermath of the Egyptian Revolution the initiative is facing difficulties especially concerning the material needs of many teachers, which has caused some of them to change their career paths and others to take up additional jobs.

SEKEM School is the only school with elements of Waldorf education in Egypt. In the aftermath of the Egyptian Revolution the initiative is facing difficulties especially concerning the material needs of many teachers, which has caused some of them to change their career paths and others to take up additional jobs. ... More

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Ethiopia: Hawzien - The Phoenix of Hawzien

Ethiopia: Hawzien - The Phoenix of Hawzien: The non-profit association FINKS SOCIETY FOR INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT HAWZIEN was founded in 2002. So far four kindergarten teachers are in charge of more than 100 children. For the future, the initiative aims for their goal to bring a Waldorf School into being with at first 4 grades.

The non-profit association FINKS SOCIETY FOR INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT HAWZIEN was founded in 2002. So far four kindergarten teachers are in charge of more than 100 children. For the future, the initiative aims for their goal to bring a Waldorf School into being with at first 4 grades. ... More

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Ghana: Deduako - Social Therapy

Ghana: Deduako - Social Therapy: The Life Community Deduako (LCD), founded in 1996, is an anthroposophic community for people with disabilities. The disabled are being trained in gardening, housekeeping, textile design, or the production of candles and because of this, they not only find a new home, but also a work place. The residents are being taken care of by several housemothers

The Life Community Deduako (LCD), founded in 1996, is an anthroposophic community for people with disabilities. The disabled are being trained in gardening, housekeeping, textile design, or the production of candles and because of this, they not only find a new home, but also a work place. The residents are being taken care of by several housemothers ... More

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Ghana: Kissi - Hope for Former Street Children

Ghana: Kissi - Hope for Former Street Children: Ghana: Baobab Children Foundation is an NGO founded in 2001, which has established a training centre with an integrated school in the past few years, in order to strengthen the rights of children. 19 Ghanaian and two German co-workers are operating the institution.

Ghana: Baobab Children Foundation is an NGO founded in 2001, which has established a training centre with an integrated school in the past few years, in order to strengthen the rights of children. 19 Ghanaian and two German co-workers are operating the institution. ... More

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Kenya: Nairobi - Rudolf Steiner School Mbagathi

Kenya: Nairobi - Rudolf Steiner School Mbagathi: The Mbagathi Waldorf School started off in 1992 with two classes of 10 children each. Since then the school has grown steadily and now has 300 pupils, including the kindergarten children. Some of the children also live in the school hostel. The teaching staff is mainly Kenyan. The teachers receive support from international colleagues on a regular basis.

The Mbagathi Waldorf School started off in 1992 with two classes of 10 children each. Since then the school has grown steadily and now has 300 pupils, including the kindergarten children. Some of the children also live in the school hostel. The teaching staff is mainly Kenyan. The teachers receive support from international colleagues on a regular basis. ... More

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Kenya: Nairobi Waldorf school

Kenya: Nairobi Waldorf school: The Nairobi Waldorf School is the second Waldorf School in Nairobi. Over 130 children attend the kindergarten and the six grades. Thy students thereby represent a variety of ethnic and religious backgrounds. Even outside of the school community the school has gained a good reputation, especially through their participation in national sports events

The Nairobi Waldorf School is the second Waldorf School in Nairobi. Over 130 children attend the kindergarten and the six grades. Thy students thereby represent a variety of ethnic and religious backgrounds. Even outside of the school community the school has gained a good reputation, especially through their participation in national sports events ... More

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Namibia: Windhoek, Farm Krumhuk - Agricultural Training Centre

Namibia: Windhoek, Farm Krumhuk - Agricultural Training Centre: Since 1995, the Farm Krumhuk is being cultivated bio-dynamically. The requirements of the farm community led to the foundation of a Waldorf Kindergarten and some of their kids are attend the Windhoek Waldorf School. At ATCK (Agricultural Training Centre Krumhuk) young Namibian school graduates learn what it takes to become successful farmers.

Since 1995, the Farm Krumhuk is being cultivated bio-dynamically. The requirements of the farm community led to the foundation of a Waldorf Kindergarten and some of their kids are attend the Windhoek Waldorf School. At ATCK (Agricultural Training Centre Krumhuk) young Namibian school graduates learn what it takes to become successful farmers. ... More

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Namibia: Windhoek, Waldorf School

Namibia: Windhoek, Waldorf School: The first Waldorf School of the country was founded in 2000 with 42 children in two grades. Today the initiative provides 13 grades, two kindergartens, a residential school, as well as an afternoon care, additionally supporting children when needed. Currently around 250 students attend the Windhoek Waldorf School.

The first Waldorf School of the country was founded in 2000 with 42 children in two grades. Today the initiative provides 13 grades, two kindergartens, a residential school, as well as an afternoon care, additionally supporting children when needed. Currently around 250 students attend the Windhoek Waldorf School. ... More

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Senegal: Dakar, Sekar Wangi - Waldorf Kindergarten

Senegal: Dakar, Sekar Wangi - Waldorf Kindergarten: Out of an Artist’s initiative a Waldorf Kindergarten is developing in Dakar.

Out of an Artist’s initiative a Waldorf Kindergarten is developing in Dakar. ... More

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Sierra Leone: Rokel - School in a former civil war country

Sierra Leone: Rokel - School in a former civil war country: The roots of the Goderich Waldorf School in Rokel reach back into the year 1995. It was then that Shannoh Kandoh started teaching children in Freetown during the civil war. In 2000 he was able to officially found a school, which after several moves, finally found a permanent place in Rokel in 2009. There, about 60 children are taught free of charge, which is only possible due to donations.

The roots of the Goderich Waldorf School in Rokel reach back into the year 1995. It was then that Shannoh Kandoh started teaching children in Freetown during the civil war. In 2000 he was able to officially found a school, which after several moves, finally found a permanent place in Rokel in 2009. There, about 60 children are taught free of charge, which is only possible due to donations. ... More

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South Africa: Cape Town, Centre for Creative Education

South Africa: Cape Town, Centre for Creative Education: Since 1994 around 40 Educare Centres have opened in the townships of Cape Town. Children are fetched off the streets and given a space where they can be children. The Centre for Creative Education (CfCE) coordinates the centres and offers training for the woman from the townships.

Since 1994 around 40 Educare Centres have opened in the townships of Cape Town. Children are fetched off the streets and given a space where they can be children. The Centre for Creative Education (CfCE) coordinates the centres and offers training for the woman from the townships. ... More

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South Africa: Cape Town, Gaia Waldorf School

South Africa: Cape Town, Gaia Waldorf School: Gaia Waldorf School was established in 1998 in Cape Town, by parents who realized there was a demand for Waldorf education in the area. In the suburb of Oude Molen Village, Gaia Waldorf School celebrates diversity and allows children from a broad spectrum of culture and advantage to be educated side by side.

Gaia Waldorf School was established in 1998 in Cape Town, by parents who realized there was a demand for Waldorf education in the area. In the suburb of Oude Molen Village, Gaia Waldorf School celebrates diversity and allows children from a broad spectrum of culture and advantage to be educated side by side. ... More

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South Africa: Cape Town, Khanyisa Waldorf School

South Africa: Cape Town, Khanyisa Waldorf School: Khanyisa Waldorf School is a very special school that cares for children with various learning difficulties. Currently, 80 to 90 students attend the seven grades of the initiative. Many different fates lead the children to this special education school, where they flourish and develop their talents...

Khanyisa Waldorf School is a very special school that cares for children with various learning difficulties. Currently, 80 to 90 students attend the seven grades of the initiative. Many different fates lead the children to this special education school, where they flourish and develop their talents... ... More

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South Africa: Cape Town, Michael Oak Waldorf School

South Africa: Cape Town, Michael Oak Waldorf School: Like in many parts of the world a social change is also occurring in South Africa. The centre of the life of parents is increasingly outside the family. Consequently, children spend more time in playgroups, kindergartens, or schools, and just as often they are left to themselves.

Like in many parts of the world a social change is also occurring in South Africa. The centre of the life of parents is increasingly outside the family. Consequently, children spend more time in playgroups, kindergartens, or schools, and just as often they are left to themselves. ... More

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South Africa: Cape Town, Puppetry - nourishment of the soul

South Africa: Cape Town, Puppetry - nourishment of the soul: Puppetry in Educatiop (PIE) was founded in 2001. Since then there have been over 1400 puppet and marionette performances for over 9000 enthusiastic children. They have taken place in the Educare Centres, schools, shacks and churches in the region around Hermanus and in the Cape Flats.

Puppetry in Educatiop (PIE) was founded in 2001. Since then there have been over 1400 puppet and marionette performances for over 9000 enthusiastic children. They have taken place in the Educare Centres, schools, shacks and churches in the region around Hermanus and in the Cape Flats. ... More

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South Africa: Cape Town, Vulamasango - orphans project

South Africa: Cape Town, Vulamasango - orphans project: The social project for orphans Vulamasango (open doors) in Cape Town is very unusual. Since 2007 the founder, a former Waldorf pupil, and the orphaned girls have gone on tours through Germany every year. Their performances are a stirring sight and more than just a fundraiser.

The social project for orphans Vulamasango (open doors) in Cape Town is very unusual. Since 2007 the founder, a former Waldorf pupil, and the orphaned girls have gone on tours through Germany every year. Their performances are a stirring sight and more than just a fundraiser. ... More

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South Africa: Dassenberg Waldorf School

South Africa: Dassenberg Waldorf School: Dassenberg Waldorf School is located north of Cape Town in a rural area near the Camphill “Alpha” and in close proximity to the "informal settlement Witsands". The initiative was founded in 1998 and opened one year later on the premises of a gardening farm. Currently about 150 children attend the grades 1-7, the Playgroup and the Kindergarten.

Dassenberg Waldorf School is located north of Cape Town in a rural area near the Camphill “Alpha” and in close proximity to the "informal settlement Witsands". The initiative was founded in 1998 and opened one year later on the premises of a gardening farm. Currently about 150 children attend the grades 1-7, the Playgroup and the Kindergarten. ... More

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South Africa: Fishhoek, Imhoff Waldorf school

South Africa: Fishhoek, Imhoff Waldorf school: Half an hour's drive from our school, you come to the end of the wind-swept Cape Peninsula. Standing by the Cape Point lighthouse, you look far down to where two oceans meet. You might say that Imhoff School itself is where the waves of three cultures meet.

Half an hour's drive from our school, you come to the end of the wind-swept Cape Peninsula. Standing by the Cape Point lighthouse, you look far down to where two oceans meet. You might say that Imhoff School itself is where the waves of three cultures meet. ... More

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South Africa: Hermanus Waldorf school

South Africa: Hermanus Waldorf school: The Hermanus Waldorf School is conveniently located between the communities of Zwelihle, Mount Pleasant and Sandbaai in Hermanus, thus a central meeting point for the three different cultural groups that make up this community in the Western Cape.

The Hermanus Waldorf School is conveniently located between the communities of Zwelihle, Mount Pleasant and Sandbaai in Hermanus, thus a central meeting point for the three different cultural groups that make up this community in the Western Cape. ... More

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South Africa: Hermanus, Camphill

South Africa: Hermanus, Camphill: Since 1952 Hermanus Camphill is an independent residential and day school for children and young people with special needs, situated in the beautiful Hemel en Aarde Valley near Hermanus. The School is part of the international Camphill Movement with its therapeutic community, in which children and young adults with special needs can live, learn and work

Since 1952 Hermanus Camphill is an independent residential and day school for children and young people with special needs, situated in the beautiful Hemel en Aarde Valley near Hermanus. The School is part of the international Camphill Movement with its therapeutic community, in which children and young adults with special needs can live, learn and work ... More

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South Africa: Johannesburg - Michael Mount Waldorf School

South Africa: Johannesburg - Michael Mount Waldorf School: Michael Mount Waldorf School is located in the heart of Johannesburg, one of the 40 largest metropolitan areas in the world and the source of a large-scale gold and diamond trade. The School was founded in 1960, Initially as a small kindergarten in a private back garden. Currently around 670 pupils attend Michael Mount

Michael Mount Waldorf School is located in the heart of Johannesburg, one of the 40 largest metropolitan areas in the world and the source of a large-scale gold and diamond trade. The School was founded in 1960, Initially as a small kindergarten in a private back garden. Currently around 670 pupils attend Michael Mount ... More

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South Africa: Johannesburg, Alexandra - Inkanyezi Waldorf school

South Africa: Johannesburg, Alexandra - Inkanyezi Waldorf school: The first Waldorf kindergarten in a South African township was founded in July 1987 and later developed into a proper school. Today about 360 children and 20 teachers attend Inkanyezi Waldorf School and the community centre on London Road in Alexandra - except during the World Cup 2010, when all schools were closed

The first Waldorf kindergarten in a South African township was founded in July 1987 and later developed into a proper school. Today about 360 children and 20 teachers attend Inkanyezi Waldorf School and the community centre on London Road in Alexandra - except during the World Cup 2010, when all schools were closed ... More

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