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Annual report 2017 by the AfC foundation – with “before & after” gallery

The new annual report 2017 of the AfC foundation is out and looks back at a year packed with new projects, results, and insights achieved with its various cooperation partners. It is written in German (and will be translated into … Read more

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Reflection and evaluation of the second project year 2016-2017 – looking back to Team III and IV

Introduction and overview

What  started in October 2015 as a pilot project between the Angels for Children Foundation and Prof. Dr. Martin of the University of Education Karlsruhe (Pädagogische Hochschule Karlsruhe [“PH”]) quickly developed into an institutionalized Lao-German teacher-training … Read more

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Project video no. 2 by Team V

In January 2018, at the end of Team V’s stay, the volunteers at the Lao-German Technical College decided to create a little thank-you gift for the school that would show the college’s facilities, staff members and students. The video shows … Read more

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An academic training course in Weiherhammer and a family reunification in Toulouse – Ms Ketsana’s journey to Europe

Editor’s note: The “Recruitment and Training Programme” hosted by BHS Corrugated at the Lao-German Technical College (LGTC) in Vientiane does not only focus on the technical training of Lao apprentices, but also on the further education of … Read more

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Letters from Laos – “Hello, Germany” by Akina Yadsadahuk

Hello, my name’s Mrs. Akina YADSADAHUK. I am twenty-six year old.

I was born in Watnak village, district Sisattanak but now I live in Xaysavang village, Xaythany district, Vientiane capital. I graduated from National University of Laos. I also have … Read more

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Workshop on 25 December 2017 – The new “Didactics Room” at the LGTC

The initial “library situation” at the LGTC

When we arrived at the LGTC in September 2017, the notion of a “Didactics Room” was still unknown amongst the teaching staff. We as members of Team V were assigned with the special … Read more

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