tv World Stories - Reports about Children Deutsche Welle December 31, 2018 5:15am-5:31am CET
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but behind some of its major game for structure projects little hands in the shadow of the quantum is growth. high demand for sun has meant involvement of child labor that's the bottom end of the structure an industry. so i and seven thousand shillings about two dollars a day that i share with my siblings we take the money to mom mostly for buying books. together with his fourteen year old brother. as worked at this center ugandan son mine for boats to yes. he often works more than eight hours a day. at home his mother struggles to feed her main children. and i'm on my own. poverty has forced the kids out of school and turned them into
breadwinners for the large family. so now call it eleven i'm a sole carer for all my children. their fathers neglected. as a parent it's my responsibility to educate them but i can't afford it. like fletcher so instead of sitting around at home i tell them to find employment to at least earn some money across a viable at several. at a nearby scored the town was just begun. children here dream of big couriers. and teachers are helping them to reach their full potential. he wants to be a lawyer but already missing school could mean a dream so far away. that childless suffer more. quote the money he's getting is a very literal compared to the education that to the game when he's in school.
and being at these days. is over goat form this child is left behind. according to the un's education and culture agency unesco uganda has over three million showed liberals. forty five percent of these work to supplement family incomes according to government which in two thousand and sixteen in the uk today know that criminalizes child labor. while the international labor organization sees that globe or child labor trends of dropped africa remains a region with the highest number worth over fifty nine million child laborers. india's aviation industry is booming dozens of budget airlines offer cheap flights across the country to many indians however it's a luxury they can't afford but they can still experience what it's like to be an
airline passenger. it's a date these children will remember all their lives for many it's the first time aboard an aircraft. but this plane won't be taking off the flight to nowhere is an airline with a difference with a monopoly without the honor it officer passengers a taste of flying without ever leaving the ground. many schoolchildren here are poor their families cannot afford a real ticket. the passengers are treated to a full in-flight experience they receive boarding cards safety briefings. even refreshments are served in board it's an eye opening experience. i've seen planes in the sky i used to think they were really small but now i know they actually huge . i now want to fly to london i've heard that a beautiful things to see a city. some lucky passengers even get to visit the cockpit. the man
behind the project is the. retired aircraft engineer he sold his land and bought the decommissioned airbus a three hundred back in two thousand and three for six hundred thousand rupees that's about seven thousand euros a real bargain he charges people according to what they can afford as little as a few little cents or even nothing at all for the very poor. i belong to a very small is. and i never expected i'll become and then you know and then maybe . and then the people from my village there to save their craft and they were not able to see that so that was actually a basic idea and basic you know the motivation that i work for the sake of the poor people. not part of a way a busy main road that runs battlement to the runway davey's international airport. it's the perfect spot to be evening to watch planes land. trees double up the
streets. it's all about getting the right time to try. for the poor migrant workers here shelling out four thousand rupees or fifty euros but a cheap flight ticket is beyond their means. i don't want a personal best and we may not have the money for a plane ticket but that doesn't stop us from dreaming about what it must feel like to be up in the sky. back of the flight to know where passengers simulate an evacuation to finish the experience. rarely has an emergency situation seemed like so much fun. and next stop is in germany. and the u.s. schools regularly run practice drills in case of a shooting but what if it happened in germany what german students know how to respond this training exercise prepares them for the worst. these kids maybe play
acting but what they're simulating is highly sinister a school shooting what should they do if the gunman storms they classroom and there aren't able to run away. fight back say these teachers. that's what this great seven class is practicing they're being taught that together they can overrun an attacker based on curtis case could actually happen and if it does i don't think it will be as as easy. in the simulation i'm scared that in a real emergency things could happen very differently and it's also. kept. learning how to barricade themselves into a classroom it's also an important part of the exercise students know when they hear a fire alarm they have to run outside in the event of an attack it's the exact opposite that's what's rainer hines cuffed is trying to make clear he and other teachers at this high school in western germany began this training sessions a few years ago with the classes like this are explaining away or most schools in
germany all wary of tackling this topic so head on. michelle. i don't think schools here are prepared attacks or to do subject there are training sessions for teachers but generally if there is a reluctance to train and educate the students mainly i think because schools don't want to unsettle them before they meant. the likelihood of a school shooting in germany is relatively low but that doesn't stop it from being on the students' minds especially after the latest tragedy at a high school in florida. was one has to stop us here by putting on some tough i'm the son. of another to the friends who doesn't bush on the last one i have often called. doesn't do you often see your fair share of positive even received. and the buffet one called the guns of august
a few days. everybody here hopes they will never have to put what they've learned into practice but knowing they're prepared is enough to put many of the students' minds at ease. and will close today with strong goals in a round gender roles are still very distinctly separated but when it comes to lifting weights these girls out pushing back with all the. it's training time in this gym in taren where champions have pumped iron for decades the weights are just as heavy as they look. yet for the other girls lifting them is a dream come true. my dad was a weightlifter i've loved the sport ever since i was a child and i watched every competition. and then member of us so as soon as it was
possible i started lifting weights myself. as nurses proud to continue the family tradition and her passion has paid off she's the strongest of the four girl team so far. the brains behind the girls success has his office just one floor higher more ideas president of iran's weightlifting association and perhaps the girls biggest fan he says there shouldn't be a difference between men and women in his sport. we have many iranian men who have many championship titles on our record holders in the field of weight lifting. the words strongest man right now is an iranian. we want to achieve the same with our women. we hope that in the future not the far future i'm talking about the olympics of twenty twenty four the theory in women can
add to these glories. to make that happen the girls work hard every day just like the men they live in the compound of the association under close supervision by doctors and coaches in just a few months they've come a long way but it's far from over. but for now we just want them to build up confidence. after all this is their first international competition. the others are excited to leave tehran for international tournaments it's a historic first for the girls and for iran's female weightlifters all together marry me now today that's what men can do women can do too in the first five or six months since we started weightlifting we've already broken more than half of the women's weightlifting records that's glorious. if they caught it. a glory
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