Hello my dear friends,
My name is Gloria Germain Afari. I am 18 years of age. Currently I am a student in St. Germain School (SHS), and I am studying foods and
nutrition. I would like to become a dietitian. My vision is to help vulnerable children and women to have a better life and a better future. I am a kind hearted person. I love Christianity and I believe in nature as well. I love to sing and dance. I am a creative person and I have always loved to create new things on my own. I have always loved to learn new cultures. That is why I am interested in this exchange program so that I can shape my life with this culture coming towards my direction. Due to my vision I think this partnership will help me achieve my dreams and to help my school as well in the future.
Hey my lovely friends
my name is Evin and I am 19 years old but I will be 20 in a month. Currently I am in high school and I hope that I graduate next year. My goal is to study teaching profession after school. In my free time I sing and write a lot. On the weekend I work in a restaurant as a waitress and every friday I volunteer as an everyday companion for older people. There is nothing better than being able to give a smile to others. This is the reason why I am a part of this project too. It’s not important where a person comes from, how the person looks or what the person believes in, the only thing that matters is humanity and solidarity.
My goal in life? Is to change something in the world!
Hello my Wonderful friends,
Eugenia Rockson is my name, I am 19 years of age and currently at Senior high school as a science student and I would like to study food science in the tertiary to become a nutritional therapist. On my free times I like to read novels and listen to music. Moreover I like to hang-out with friends, going to the beach and also group meetings.I’m participating in the Ghanaian German partnership because I love being adventurous and I like to know how cultures are displayed in other countries. It brings me joy to build up a wonderful friendship. I can’t wait to meet you guys. Have a wonderful day.
My dearest friends,
my name is Sharon and I am 18 years old. I’m currently in high school and I graduate next year in summer 2019. After that I want to study medicine to be a pediatrician and one day hopefully open my very own surgery in Kenya. In my free time I play the guitar and hang out with my friends. My friends and I enjoy going to christian youth camps and it gives me the oppurtunity to connect with people all around Germany. I’m participating in the Ghanaian-German Partnership because I love getting to know people and it brings me joy to build long-lasting and beautiful friendships.
I totally cannot wait to meet you guys in October. Have a blessed day.
Hello my friends,
I’m Jannis and I am 20 years old. Currently, I’m training to be an educator. In my spare time I play American Football with my friends. Personally, I see this partnership as a very large potential and I hope we can work together to build something great. Hope I could give you a small impression of me and I am looking forward to the time with you in Ghana.
My name is Nana Ama Gyimaa, I am 18years of age. Currently I am student at St. Germain SHS, and I am studying beads making under home economics. I am a kind hearted person. I am a Christian and believe in God and also in nature. I love to sing and read and also doing some practice on beads making. I am such a person who loves creativity and also loves to create new things on my own. My motive is to help the less privilege children in the society to have a better life and a great future. I will like to be a business woman one day. I have always loved to learn new skills and also impact the little knowledge to others in the society. Through this life changing program I may be able to enlighten my dreams towards my life. Due to my skills and knowledge I think this very partnership will help me to achieve my aims or ambitions and to help others in my school and society as well as my future.
Subject: (My Life)
I am Gilbert K. Germain 38 years of age, a warrior of nature, simple and peaceful life for humanity. All my life I have been searching for a way to help contribute how people can live an understanding, peaceful and a loving life by building the right cultures around the world without using our personal interest to influence lives. And here come the teams of strong partnership to build a better place for “our tomorrow’s people”.
What I personally believe in and also learn from leaders especially our politicians is “practicing on what we preach” to bring a better change and development to our communities. So please my lovely friends, can we honestly build ONE world together by believing in “Children”. I love nature and thinking.
Head of the BBS1 Gifhorn and teacher
As headmaster and teacher at BBS 1 Gifhorn, I would like to see a long-term partnership between the two schools at eye level. We have the chance to get to know an understanding of a different culture and educational landscape – this applies both to the pupils from Ghana and to our pupils at BBS 1 Gifhorn. It is not through reports in the daily newspaper, television or the Internet that understanding and togetherness arise, but through conversations and personal relationships. Joint activities that are planned will certainly strengthen the “sense of unity”. I am confident that this school partnership will create personal friendships that will hopefully last for many years.
I am Francis Arthur a teacher in ST. Germain Complex school, I happened to be the oldest staff. Thus I have taught in the school for 23 years now. i teach local language and Religious and Moral Education and i motivate students to learn and explore themselves in other to be creating base on ideas. Since i believe that if a man has not discovered something that he or she will die for, he isn’t fit to live. My ultimate goal is to see a better tomorrow when everyone has equal opportunity because it makes one self reliant and not dependent. Hopefully this exchanges ends to enrich my creativity and to motivate me to do as such. I believe if we can’t fly, let run, if we can’t run let walk and if we can’t let crawl but in all our doings, let keep moving and that I know is the spirit of togetherness and fulfillment of a long-term partnership between the two teams.
Subjects: Social Pedagogics, English
As teacher and as mother of three wonderful children, I very often speak about the child’s development and its ability to learn everything. It is my conviction that personal development as adolescents and adults depends of our ability to open up for the diversity of life, cultures and people. That is one of the many reasons, why I want to be part of this project. I hope that we will be able to build many bridges: between continents and countries, between languages and schools, between teachers and students – and between hearts.
My name is Emmanuel Marfo and I am 27 years of age. I teach at St. Germain School, works as coordinator for Young and Lonely Foundation. Currently, I am also teaching at a deprived community called Kofikum A.E.D.A school since most teachers refuses to teach at the village. My job also keeps me on my toes as I am always trying to learn new skills to keep pace with improving the talent and imparting knowledge in children (pupils). I especially value humor, being able to laugh with you, being able to communicate, culture in general, social issues, staying healthy, and the freedom to think out of the box.
My job as a teacher allows me to pursue the twin interests of learning and putting smiles on the face of children in miscellaneous ways, and I consider it as a blessing to have a career aligned to my interests. As you can imagine, learning new thing and becoming creative, innovative and helping to bring out the best in children has made me a happy-go-lucky person with a positive outlook towards life.
It is my hope for all people to once again appreciate the art of solving problem, innovative, and good leaders of our tomorrow. I can’t wait to see every one of us joining hands together as heroes.
Subjects: Politics, Agriculture, Nature and Sustainability
Almost ten years have passed since I first got in touch with St. Germain School in 2008. During my stay with Gilbert Germain as a volunteer I was fortunate to learn a lot about life and diversity. Now, a window of opportunity has opened up for an amazing team in Ghana and Germany to write a new chapter of cultural dialogue. I am very happy to see this beautiful seed of partnership growing between our schools. Inspired by my fellow team members I will do my best to nurture this seed well so that it can spread its roots to form a network of trust, friendship and joint growth.