Around 250 people, including the ambassadors from Haiti came to the annual meeting of the children’s charity ‘Our little brothers and sisters e.V.’. Last Saturday the annual meeting of the Community commercial-association took place in Karlsruhe Stephan room our little brothers and sisters Association. About 250 supporters accepted the invitation, to learn about the work of the Organization and the use of the donations. The aid projects in Haiti was the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, main topic of this year’s meeting. BSA has much experience in this field. There the Vortex storms have caused devastating destruction in September.
The Ambassador of Haiti in Germany, Jean Robert Saget, spoke in this context of approximately 2,000 death sacrifice and several 100,000 newly homeless Haitians. Our country is reliant on aid, said Saget, and thanked also our little brothers and sisters for the already provided emergency aid in addition to the Federal Government and Red Cross. The charity maintains children’s villages, hospitals in nine Latin American countries, and educational institutions for poor, abandoned and orphaned children and young people. The German support Office contribute more than 30 percent to the maintenance of these facilities, Stefan Grafe, Director of the Karlsruhe Club reported. That we can make this great contribution for our global family, we owe more than 100,000 supporters in Germany, Garcia was pleased about the large helpful community. For more information see this site: Nieman Lab.
However, further efforts were necessary, since poverty continues to grow on by political instability, high unemployment and price increases. More than 3,300 children and teen shelter have currently found in the children’s villages of our little brothers and sisters. We must redeem every day our reverse speak, give them love, understanding and security, these children face. We are leader of the relief and Works Agency, the situation in the word, illustrated Reinhard Kohler, educational. With the incoming donations, it is possible that this young people in family-like structures grow up to provide education for them.