Africa is considered the poorest continent on earth. Almost every second person in sub-Saharan Africa lives below the poverty line. Particularly affected by poverty in Africa are the weakest members of society, their children and women.

In 2015 we visited my longtime friend David for the third time. David lives with his family in Kenya. Earlier, David told of the modest conditions in his village Majaoni Primary. Therefore, we came up with the idea to carry out our program there.

My First Day Visit

Welcome Song

My Second Day Visit

Dance from Village for me and my family


Before the colonial time the children in Africa were taught by their parents and the whole village. Not in subjects such as in European schools but in very practical things such as cooking, hunting, field cultivation, animal husbandry, music, dances, telling stories and wise knowledge of the ancestors. Today African children learn much the same as children in Europe. Nevertheless, there are still some differences!