A new MMH kindergarten project in rural India is on its way

Just a few days ago I got some pictures on how it looks today: a kindergarten (anganwadi) building for young children between 0-6 years in the rural areas in South India. The South is the most developed part of the country, but the situation for the poor is still critical: hygiene, safety and health threatening…

More health? Then empower people through digital knowledge to take care

… because health means to empower people to care about themselves! Besides the access to Internet (which is available in many rural parts of the world) it is important to teach basic digital knowledge to those who are living in poor surroundings: about how to handle devices, how to use the Internet and writing emails….

2nd wave of digital trainings for kindergarten teachers in rural India started

Yesterday, we launched – for the second time after the successful pilot started in 2016 –  the first out of three modules around Digital knowledge for a new group of anganwadi teachers in the rural surroundings of Attappadi (close to Coimbatore, South India)  Twenty women participated with a huge interest in gaining digital knowledge. How…