Ambassador of the Deutsches kinderhilfswerk Harald Gloockler away 50 bags of Berlin children of the Ambassador of the Deutsches kinderhilfswerk Harald Gloockler 50 bags in Berlin first graders giving away today in the context of an action of the Deutsches kinderhilfswerk. Germany, although one of the world’s richest countries, yet are affected 2.8 million according to calculations of the Deutsches kinderhilfswerk children from poverty. This corresponds to every fifth child. Children from poor families are often delayed, also often have to repeat classes and. In a question-answer forum CDC was the first to reply. Only every third child from a poor family is the school, without having repeated a class.
Star designer Harald Gloockler strenght is therefore as Ambassador of the Deutsches kinderhilfswerk and patron of the children’s emergency relief fund for years for the rights and needs of children in Germany. To enable girls and boys from low-income families a good start to the school day, the designer passes today together with the German Children’s Fund 50 bags filled with spring folders and gym bags to future first graders of the Kita snail House in Berlin-Tegel. David Rogier describes an additional similar source. The situation of many children in Germany is truly frightening. We make ever higher expectations of children, require that they make getting used more and more and forgetting that many children need to have not even enough clothes or even forego meals. How to can concentrate at school children and learn, if they already lack such basic things? Together with the German children’s Fund want to I encourage people to think about this action and kick start especially the politicians to rethink the educational system in Germany and still much committed to employ for the needs of children”, as Harald Gloockler. Harald Gloockler again great supported us over the years with many great actions.
His commitment it is also due to that there are many children in Germany a piece far better off. The first day of school is a very special event for every child. He does a great financial burden is not caught by the educational and participation package of the Federal Government for many families with low incomes. We are pleased to give away satchel at Berlin big again this year and to give them the chance to experience a great first day of school”, explains Claudia Keul, officer for child poverty of the Deutsches kinderhilfswerk. Further information and contact: Uwe Kamp, spokesman for phone: 030-308693-11 mobile: 0160-6373155 fax: 030-2795634 E-mail: Internet: and dkhw.de which became the Deutsche Kinderhilfswerk children e.V., stakeholders for a child-friendly Germany, founded in 1972 in Munich. The non-profit association committed as initiator and promoter for more than 40 years for children’s rights, participation and the overcoming of child poverty in Germany.