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>>>>>>>>>>> 23.10.2011, 17:00 Uhr, Braunschweig, Brunsviga - im Zuge des planetview-Lichtbildfestivals

>>>>>>>>>>> 1.12.2011, 19:30 Uhr, Marburg, Kultur- und Freizeitzentrum - im Zuge der planetview-Lichtbildreihe

>>>>>>>>>>> 14.01.2012, 20:00 Uhr, Wolfenbüttel, KuBa Halle - im Zuge der planetview-Lichtbildreihe

Slide-Shows: “Adventure Africa”

It was a sunny morning in March 2009 in Berlin at the Brandenburg Gate when Geert Schroeder and Immanuel Schulz started on their Malaika-fundraising-cycling-tour “grenzerfahrungen” – around Germany first, and then – only interrupted by a flight from Munich to Cape-Town – they cycled to Kenya. Malaika Children’s Home in Nakuru was their destination. Six months and 10,000 km on bikes! On their adventurous tour through some of the most spectacular landscapes in Africa, they “sensed” the sort of endless vastness of Namibia, were struck by the imposing wildlife of Botswana, admired the view over the breathtaking Victoria Falls in Zambia, laughed and talked with the very friendly and hospitable people in Malawi and gazed in awe at the majestic Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Then finally – after 10,000 km - they reached their destination: the small but extraordinary relief-project “Malaika-Children’s Home” in Nakuru. This cycling tour was definitely an ordeal – but also a spectacular experience!

Geert Schroeder presents his experiences in a slide-show entitled “Adventure Africa”. And he does it in a special way: He accompanies the marvellous pictures and fascinating stories with a live performance of songs and music that he has composed himself. The themes deal with AIDS and poverty, struggle to survive and, above all – hope.

The slide show “Adventure Africa”

→ is available for presentation in several German towns.
→ can be booked for slide-show-festivals.
→ can be booked for schools - emphasizing the problems of the African continent like AIDS, poverty, miserable healthcare, corruption, violence and the behaviour of the politicians. Geert Schroeder appeals to the students and pupils to become involved, be empathetic and share responsibility.

Malaika for Schools

The chairwoman of Malaika e.V., Kristiane Ewert, who stays in Malaika-Home most of the year, is also willing to inform students about the home, the children, the political situation etc. while she is in Germany. As a former teacher, she has a lot of experience in imparting information to young people.

More information

You can find more information about the show, dates and ways of booking on our homepage

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