A wonderful experience.

Children from the Outback Foundation pedagogical communities build an indian camp.

Children who are unable to live with their parents feel pain. The term „trust“ means nothing other than an empty phrase for children from broken families, being denied reliabilty and stability. It is more difficult for these children to communicate their pain to children who live in stable conditions. In this respect the Outback Foundation with support from Düsseldorf ´s Children´s Star served a great purpose. The indian style camp in the Eifel region of western Germany proved to be a wonderful experience for the children. Community tasks and interaction meant the re-learning of the term „trust“ and proved a very valuable experience. They learned to trust their camp supervisors at any circumstance. At the Outbaack camp a sense of reliablity and stability was added to their broken world.