The Germany charity association Seraji Foundation organized the 2nd views exchange meeting of volunteers and the first community cleaning in Duisdorf on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

After a welcome by AHM Abdul Hai, the Vice Chairman of the House of Integration Nurul Islam and Treasurer Kawsar Khairul Alam, board member Karim Ullah and managing director and project coordinator of ASG Germany e.V. Rafiqul Islam addressed the participants with welcoming words. In their welcoming words, the guests emphasized, among other things, the importance of volunteering - also in the context of good neighbors, good surroundings, cleanliness, a sustainable lifestyle and the realization of a living society of the many.

The exchange meeting and garbage collection campaign was moderated by the Editor-in-Chief of the magazine Die Grenze Riazul Islam.

The meeting was part of the project supported by the German initiative KOMM AN NRW with funds from the NRW Ministry for Children, Families, Refugees and Integration. The members of the partner organizations ASG Germany, Seraji Foundation, Die Grenz, Our Voice Online and Haus der Integration took part in the meetings and the garbage collection campaign with full joy but in strict compliance with the Corona protective measures.

Roderick Mertz

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