School construction in the Dominican Republic
Education creates perspectives
Those who want to fight poverty must promote education. For this reason, we have dedicated ourselves to building a school in Los Maranitos in the Dominican Republic. From the first cornerstone to the last piece of chalk, we accompany the project to give the children of the region a chance to afford a better life thanks to education. Help by Donating!
2 classrooms , 2 bathrooms
Stories about the project
Building a school under difficult conditions: This is probably how our project in Los Maranitos in the Dominican Republic can be described when looking at the last months. What has been the biggest challenge so far? We ask people who need to know: the local construction workers. Site manager Jeisi and his worker Yohani report 1. Tell us about yourself: Who are you and how did you get the job here? Jeisi: My name is Jeisi and I have been working for several years as a construction manager for …
The Dominican Republic is one of the top destinations for romantic beach vacations and honeymoons. But away from the private beaches of renowned hotels, things are not quite so rosy. Unfortunately, the unequal treatment of girls and women is just as normal as an inadequate education system. Food, medical care, a roof over one’s head: all these things have to be worked hard for here, even in childhood. Los Maranitos, for example, is a place that urgently needs help. Only 200 people live …
Do you need reasons for doing good? When it costs tens of thousands of euros, it at least requires conviction. RNT Rausch Managing Director Sebastian Nölting is convinced that education is one of the supporting pillars of every country, every economy and above all, every life. Only when “equal opportunities for all” also applies to education does everybody have the opportunity to create a basis for a good future. In Germany, various organisations and above all state institutions …
Help children in the Dominican Republic
giving them a chance thanks to education to
build a better life for them.
Stay informed. We will keep you up to date on the progress of construction and tell you personal stories about the children, teachers and helpers involved.