How it all began
From local pilot project to national success story
When Waltraud Haase, a retired mathematician and IT expert, agreed to teach German to a few refugees, she had no idea that her local commitment would become a national success story.
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Our Company History
The first lessons
Her first class was made up of male and female refugees from different countries, with wildly diverging levels of literacy and education. Waltraud realised that traditional teaching methods wouldn’t get her far, but she knew where to look for alternatives.
Adopting Asylplus nationally
The new teaching concept spread rapidly, first throughout Bavaria, then nationally. Today, user groups all over Germany are using the Asylplus platform.
The first ``computer centre``
Upon finding excellent educational services online, she set up a makeshift computer classroom at her home in Bad Tölz, Bavaria. Once Waltraud’s approach had proven effective, the town provided a class room, regional authorities contributed financial aid – and Asylplus was born.
The Asylplus success story
Thanks to renowned cooperation partners and the generous support of countless donors, Asylplus gives asylum seekers the opportunity to create perspectives through language learning and education.
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