German Team travels to India

On Monday June 6th four young guys from Germany around organizations´ founder and chairman Andreas Nünning will start their journey to India to work on a several important projects on behalf of Litttle Big World e.V.

Little Big World realizes water-project in Pavda

The German guests will start their journey with an official invitation of the German Embassy and a visit of Ministry of New and Renewable Energy in New Delhi. Afterwards they will meet students from GERMI Institute and travel to Pavda together.

There they will work on the most important part of their journey which certainly is the realization of the complex drinking-water-project. Together with the Indian students and local villagers, they will excavate a hole and cover it with an EPDM-foil to create a retention basin: “The foil we´re using is UV-resistant, high-quality and sustainable and therefore ideal for our purposes” explains Nünning. Since the organization was founded in 2011 they worked hard on this complex project: “A long period of planning and organization is now followed by the most difficult and important part of our purpose”, he says, “this is the final step! If everything works out we´ll come back in December and install the processing plant!”

Furthermore they are going to participate in another Health Camp. After a few have been successfully completed last year, the local team members and cooperation partners from Little Big World India are working ambitiously on the next one-day health program. A team of volunteers around the paediatricians will look at children; provide explanatory work and nutritional counseling as well as distribute necessary preparations. Andreas Nünning is already looking forward: „The troubling results of the Health Camps last year showed up the enormous importance of the provision of clean drinking water on site. This is a great motivation for us and I´m really happy to be able to take part this time.” In addition, they will bring another eight solar lamps from Germany and install them to illuminate the most important pathways of Pavda.