A kindergarten teacher of rural India talks about digital access

Digital is simply key to education, health and wealth. After a first digital training with 15 kindergarten teacher from rural India we run an interview with one of the participants. Watch the video   Related content: In  South India, in the rural areas of Attappadi,  15 kindergarten teachers received their first tablets, participated in a…

India: what stigmatized patients need – besides medical treatment 

Understanding patients’ needs, care that goes beyond medical treatment and technical aid – we all have heard about it, but what it really means to be and to conduct a meaningful life as a stigmatized patient is often still not researched enough and definitely underestimated. I had a chance to learn about a special training…

Dreams in life – talking to a shop assistant in Mangalore, #India 

Early in the morning,  a few days back in Mangalore/India I passed at a shoe shop. One of those branded shoe shops that you can find in every and each big mall in the cities. Inside five, six shoe assistants were preparing for the day. Unpacking new shoe arrivals, cleaning, starting the work. Very smart,…

The most important word in Ladakhi and teatime with Bardi

Ladakh ma-demo duk! Ladakh is very nice! And it’s people, too.  When I walk along the Old Road in Leh, Bardi stops me and simply asks if I want a tea. He is sitting in front of his small, but very nice shop. It’s low tourist season and a good time to know local people….