The motivation to build a Kindergarten for a long time had slumbered in the farm owner Helmut Lutz. The motivation is based on two pillars: one is to enable young, single-headed women to pursue a regular job. Since there are many single parents, this also opens up additional employee potential. The other pillar is education. Nowhere is education more significant and an expression of social prosperity than in Sub-Saharan Africa. Conversely, it is also very difficult to find qualified personnel. Often the young adults have to make their contribution to the financing of the family at an early age. In this case the education or training is obsolete. The aim of the Kindergarten is to provide the youngest with playful access to life on the farm and its associated tasks. During the subsequent state compulsory education, the knowledge can be deepened. Ideally, young people then later join an agricultural or technical training on the farm. Thus, Tropigha Farms already secures tomorrow's offspring.
Tropigha Farms Volunteers will be recruited for this activity in order to be able to continuously build and expand the Kindergarten. In addition to a very useful task, they have the unique opportunity to experience and get to know Africa up close.