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About me

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My name is Lothar Seifert. It˙s a pleasure to precent you my pictures of impessively and amiable people from Asia as well as the charming impressions of their nature & culture. Thus I would like to wake your sympathies for far fellow man, for understanding among nations and for the love for our wonderful and colourful nature. At the same time the pictures are pass on something on my deep solidarity to nature and the human culture to you. In Asia also the open and friendly nature of humans from Nepal and India completely particularly moves me.
Releases of my work are used for children without means in Kaschmir, Ladakh and Nepal. With the acquisition of the here shown articles you prepare not only you and others a joy also you support needily children, who live in inhospitably area of the Himalaya or as refugees far from their homeland.

At the beginning of our support we supported 9 children with school fees. From Fascu, Namdu, Cherikot, Pawati and Kathmandu. Now there are 4 more children, all living in Kathmandu.
Likewise, aid packages were sent to Kashmir and Ladakh.

 

The education and upbringing of children are crucial for a country˙s future. Moreover, children are naturally thirsty for knowledge and must of course make their own way in the world as adults.

Therefore, I support children in need of families with school fees. The only way they can achieve for themselves is a good education. State schools, particularly in remote areas, are not up to the job of providing the quality of education required. Indeed, children from poorer families often have no formal schooling at all; they have to start work at a young age.


If children from poor families go to school, the following will be achieved:
1st - Prevention of very hard child labor
2nd - Little girls will not be sold to slave traders. This childrens were brought to India, where they will be raped and tortured. They have to work as prostitutes in brothels. These girls are physically and mentally destroyed.
3rd - Alcoholism is limited. Boys who do not go into a school, often become an alcoholic then they are an adult men.

Donate are gladly welcome for preparing child-parties, for warm clothes and the distribution of food. Health insurance companies, pharmacies, the Deutsche Post or a car dealership have so far taken part. Also the buyer of the postcards and calendars have a bi portion of the success. (Each donor receives for itself or his company an search engine-optimized advertisement in the Internet.) Thanks also to the aides from India, Ladakh and Nepal. They organized cildren- partys and the distribution of children clothes.

 

Very valuable to me were also the meeting with His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala, and the invitation of the Minister of Culture and Tourism of the Indian state of Kashmir and Yammu, Mr. Nawang Rigzin Jora. He gave me in the "Paradise on earth" or as it is called "In the land where God lives" a shelter and a jeep with driver available. The picture shows the author with State Secretary Ms. Tanveer Jehan.

 

The girl Puspa is from the village of Fascu in Dolakha and is without a mother. After grade 5 in her village school she now lives for a better education at aunt and uncle in Kathmandu. She misses a little bit her village, but also in Kathmandu she is doing very well.

 

The two siblings Karuna and Kushal come from Pawati in the province of Dolakha. They live with their mum in Kathmandu. The father left the family without any support. The family needs further support besides the school fees.

 

Aaron lives on the edge of Kathmandu in Chobar. The friendly boy has both parents and a poorly disabled brother. Without support he could not attend school. The health situation of the brother requires, that a parent must be present at all times.

 

I have sent after the floods on the Indus packages with warm children clothing for the winter to Ladakh. A teacher took over the distribution. In the winter time the country has completed more than six months from the outside world. Without electricity, without heat, people can barely leave her bed against the cold.

Here You can see more images: » Support packages to Ladakh


 

In addition to activities for children in need for conservation teh nature is my heart too. With my project for the protection of wild bees, I applied in 2011 alongside 76 other candidates for the Saxon Environment Award. (Here, after the awards ceremony in the Saxon parliament)