Tag Archives: orphanage

Heartbreaking trip to Sri Lanka

  Two weeks ago I returned from Sri Lanka, were I had spend some time with our charity project Hashtag#stopstaringstartcaring for the 5th time.   Whenever I go there, I am a different person. I feel, act and even dream differently. Every time I see all the problems and poor boys and girls in our […]

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Work in progress!

  We have improved our patience during the last 4 years of supporting the orphanage Meth Sewa in one of the poorest regions of Sri Lanka. According to German Gründlichkeit, nothing has seemed to work out since then.   But that is not true! We have achieved a lot and we are happy to show […]

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Thank you, Mimecast!

  When we started our work in Sri Lanka, we were sure that we will have to face difficulties and would need a lot of patience. Our project is far. travelling there takes nearly 24 hours from door to door and the communication with the team of Meth Sewa is sagging.   But we never […]

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Volunteers: Kristina & Igor

  We are Kristina (27) and Igor (30) from Croatia.   We had a magical time here in Sri Lanka!   We spent there almost two weeks and it went by so fast. Really what you would want from a workaway experience and so much more. With all other volonteers we were like a family […]

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Volunteer: Mallory

  My name is Mallory (28) and I am a physical therapist from the United States. I came to Sri Lanka to volunteer at the orphanage and do my best to provide therapy for the children here with disabilities.   First impressions of the orphanage were wonderful. I found most of the children to be […]

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The new orphanage for girls

  It has been a while since we stayed in Sri Lanka, building our first orphanage for the Meth Sewa Foundation, Handapanagala. When we returned to Germany there had been still some work to do.     Meanwhile the new house is ready looking great in a bright green colour. It has furthermore been fully […]

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Privilege of birth

  We should be glad to be born in a privileged region as Europe I am stepping through another world. I just came back from my first support trip. The time there was way too short. There is still so much I’d like to know, still so many thinks I’d like to organize, so much […]

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