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The implementation of the required hygiene measures in lockdown phase 3 has started successfully. Take a look at the almost routine processes that take place every morning in all steps and steps partner projects. The children and adolescents have also got used to the procedure. Above all, they are happy that a little normalcy returns to their everyday life and that they are allowed to learn and play regularly in the projects again.

Here the applicable hygiene rules are pinned to the wall of a building in Gobabis. But these apply equally to our other projects.

First, the hands are disinfected when entering, as Santiago, pre-school teacher in Gobabis demonstrates here.

Ivanshia, Project Manager Bridge of Hope in Rehoboth, trains employees here on the start date on a Monday morning.

The forehead clinical thermometer is also used in the projects.

The children wait patiently and at a distance until it is their turn.

The temperatures at the table are documented in a booklet by all children and employees.

We thank ganz herzlich all donors for the support for the procurement of hygiene products and clinical thermometers.

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