Posted on June 28, 2013 in -

Gabriele Meyer

“KarmMarg showed me, what it could mean to be educated non-formal and what for humans this education could create. Through respect and various discussions about humanity, religion, freedom, different games and teamwork activities, values were implanted in them.

Formal Education is one thing, but to be respected and loved and seen as a worth full human being is the other thing. I was always impressed about the setting of KarmMarg, the children got responsibilities, have to cook, to do their laundry, to look after the smaller kids and worked for the project as well. They dealt with the village women, when they brought the paper bags, gave them work, had to complete the orders and where studying as well. That was a big task, but they completed all very well!”

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