On 14.02.2018 Gabi met with Stephan Karrash from ESKA Optik and an editor of the newspaper Lokalanzeiger Erkrath. The result of this meeting is a great article summarizing how successful the collection and distribution of reading glasses in Uganda was. You can find the article via this link: www.lokal-anzeiger-erkrath.de/die-stadt/brillen-fliegen-nach-uebersee-aid-1.7409325 Have fun reading!
From 13 December 2017 to 10 January 2018 we will be back in Uganda. At this point, we would like to report to you on a daily basis what we have done and how we have used your donations. Have fun reading. 10.01.2018 In the middle of the night we drive to the airport. At 5 a.m. our first flight to Istanbul starts before continuing to Düsseldorf. We hope that our luggage will not end up in Istanbul this time. Since we have a four-hour stopover, we’ll sit down in a café. We can hardly believe when suddenly a friend of Bea, Mati and Helder shows up there and he will even travel back with us. In the plane we meet another friend. Coincidences happens 😀 Arrived in Düsseldorf the fear begins, whether the suitcases are there this time. It takes a long time until the first suitcase isWeiterlesen / Continue reading
We are planning a health campaign in a remote village in Uganda and urgently need the following donations: Eyeglasses in any thickness or simple reading glasses A note with the appropriate visual strength would be helpful. All glasses without details are checked before our departure by an optician. We are supported by ESKA Optik. Toothbrushes for all ages, mainly for children. These donations can either be handed over directly to one of Peace’s Hope e.V. members or handed out at the following collection points: ESKA Optik Stephan Karrasch Bahnstr. 15 40699 Erkrath Phone 0211/97719925 Katholisches Familienzentrum St. Johannes Manager Renate Dudek Kirchstr. 5a 40699 Erkrath Phone 0211/242691 If you do not have the possibility to submit your donations, write us an e-mail at email@example.com. We will contact you as soon as possible to arrange a transfer/delivery point.