TOTAL AMOUNT DONATED DKK. 5.000 (35.904 PESO ) AS PR. 06th Jan. 2013
Alternativ indbetalingsmulighed via Netbank eller bankoverførsell
til konto i Sydbank 7910-1169062
Mærk indbetaling med "Skolebørn"
VISION and MISSION
”AFRO-ASIA EDUCARE” is an NGO. It is a Danish association and is strictly non-profit and non-political, and acting within the settings of a non-national, non-profit based goal.
The association acts within the settings of Danida and MS Danish Association for International Co-operation. The domicile of the association is the municipality of Aabenraa in Soenderjylland in Denmark. External departments can be established anywhere within the working area and under the conditions of the association, also abroad.
The main goal of the NGO is primarily to support schools and the students frequenting these schools in AFRICA and ASIA (Philippines). Computers, internet equipment, school tables, school chairs, English books etc.
We are sending volunteers to our supported schools, where they often are working for free as helping-teachers etc.
Also student exchange programs are within our goals. Education, education is the way out of poverty and conflicts.
At the time of the foundation of the association (2007), we support school projects in
Philippines (later on also Cebu) and a local public hospital in Puerto Galera
The founder of AFRO-ASIA EDUCARE was the Danish banker Mr. Hans J. Nielsen, Denmark (Chairman).
Hans J. Nielsen has been charity worker since year 2000, after a job as development worker in Africa.
Since 2006/2007 he is also engaged in helping the poor schools in the Philippines and the Foundation Afro-
Asia Educare (AAE) was established.
Co-Founder of AAE was Mr. Willy B. Stellander, Philippines. He left the foundation in 2010.
View all the present members of the Board, staffs and staff-volunteers . They are all working for free and without any salary or other compensations. Every amount received will be used for improving the education in the poor schools.
Music- & Culture Festival on 22th September 2012 in Denmark. The profit from this Festival will be sponsored to the supported schools in the Philippines and Tanzania. The Festival is co-arranged together with Hertz School Foundation.