Victoria College Belfast
Dedicated students of the international school Stuttgart (ISS) travel to Romania and build a week, a house where a complete House for a family: engaged students of international school Stuttgart (ISS) driving by the 30th. until 7th July with the charity Habitat for humanity after Romania and build a complete House for a family there. The Stuttgart school and Habitat for humanity Germany combines a long-standing partnership already for the seventh time, the Stuttgart school on a construction trip goes. But the students entering this year on adventure of travel of construction of, expected just two intercultural exchange: Together with students of Victoria College Belfast a whole House for a Romanian family will be completed within a week. The students look forward to get to know the family, they can directly help: I’m really looking forward to the reaction of the family, when the House is finished. The fact of the entire creation process is to work for me one exciting thing”, so a student of the ISS.
Extra-curricular involvement is strongly promoted in the international school of Stuttgart and supported. Intercultural sensitivity, social responsibility and team work are values that take the students on a construction project for life. The partnership with Habitat for humanity Germany is firmly anchored in the framework of the social commitment of the school. Construction projects of this kind students are held with various actions in their school to collect donations for the use of money are they then live in Romania. Economic reasons forcing the Romanian family, which here is supported to live separately. The 33 year-old mother lives with the six year old son with her parents.
The seat in the House of the parents is limited and both parents must work, so her husband in 30 km distance near his workplace lives. By the same author: Greenberg Traurig. The construction of a common home finally allows a life together as a family: that we for humanity have been selected by Habitat and a new In which we finally can, be home get all together for us the greatest happiness. I also very glad to get to know the students”, so the mother. About Habitat for humanity Germany, Habitat for humanity builds safe and adequate housing for poor families in over 80 countries with the help of donations and volunteers and organized the reconstruction of disaster areas. Through the use of volunteers, Habitat for humanity contributing the cultural understanding and gives people the opportunity to help not only from a distance. Since its founding in 1976, the charity has built worldwide more than 600,000 houses and renovated, more than 3 million people received a future as a result.