Stream of Life in the Media
Deutschland | Buchloer Zeitung | Montag, 6. Mai 2019
Waaler builds and sells furniture for orphans in Uganda
When a machine is running, it runs- and thus also produces stock. And so it happens that in the factory Heinz and Waal, which closed down 2 years ago, hundreds of chair backs still remain.
The material was set to end up as firewood. In fact part of it was already in a wheelbarrow to be brought to the mill. But Inge and Valentin Schuster have rescued their legs, rungs, back and seats from one of Heinz’s chair models. Which are now known far beyond the company’s municipal borders. They want to preserve them for posterity and to do good at the same time.
Österreich | Kronen Zeitung | Samstag, 20. Oktober 2018
Giving Children a Perspective
“Actually Monica Koczi had planned a trip to Uganda a year ago to meet her sponsored child Owen in person. In the end that quickly became much more. The project “Stream of Life” as an aid to orphans, disabled and underprivileged children…”
Uganda – a Country on the Move
25. März 2019
Uganda – the Land, the People
Nestled between South Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda is one of the landlocked countries in East Africa. With approximately 35 million inhabitants. Uganda is known for Lake Victoria and its rich nature conservation areas.
26. März 2019
Stream of Life – The Organization
A project trip to Uganda in the summer of 2017 for a school build resulted in an altered outlook on life and ultimately the formation of Stream of Life. The foundation was created in order to help underprivileged children in the slums of Kampala directly on the grounds and thus sustainably…