<h1>Noontime Children</h1><br>In Germany child poverty is rising more than in any other industrialised country. Each tenth child, in general 1,5 Million, is growing up in relative poverty, which means: their families are not even in funds of half of the average income. In Kirchdorf-Süd, a district in Hamburg, a Children Club has been opened in 2007 by the foundation Mittagskinder. Poor children from this deprived area should get a warm lunch and day care until the evening. At least three dozen of children receive at this place a minimum of attantion and affection. <h1>Noontime Children</h1><br>In Germany child poverty is rising more than in any other industrialised country. Each tenth child, in general 1,5 Million, is growing up in relative poverty, which means: their families are not even in funds of half of the average income. In Kirchdorf-Süd, a district in Hamburg, a Children Club has been opened in 2007 by the foundation Mittagskinder. Poor children from this deprived area should get a warm lunch and day care until the evening. At least three dozen of children receive at this place a minimum of attantion and affection. <h1>Noontime Children</h1><br>In Germany child poverty is rising more than in any other industrialised country. Each tenth child, in general 1,5 Million, is growing up in relative poverty, which means: their families are not even in funds of half of the average income. In Kirchdorf-Süd, a district in Hamburg, a Children Club has been opened in 2007 by the foundation Mittagskinder. Poor children from this deprived area should get a warm lunch and day care until the evening. At least three dozen of children receive at this place a minimum of attantion and affection. <h1>Noontime Children</h1><br>In Germany child poverty is rising more than in any other industrialised country. Each tenth child, in general 1,5 Million, is growing up in relative poverty, which means: their families are not even in funds of half of the average income. In Kirchdorf-Süd, a district in Hamburg, a Children Club has been opened in 2007 by the foundation Mittagskinder. Poor children from this deprived area should get a warm lunch and day care until the evening. At least three dozen of children receive at this place a minimum of attantion and affection. <h1>Noontime Children</h1><br>In Germany child poverty is rising more than in any other industrialised country. Each tenth child, in general 1,5 Million, is growing up in relative poverty, which means: their families are not even in funds of half of the average income. In Kirchdorf-Süd, a district in Hamburg, a Children Club has been opened in 2007 by the foundation Mittagskinder. Poor children from this deprived area should get a warm lunch and day care until the evening. At least three dozen of children receive at this place a minimum of attantion and affection. <h1>Noontime Children</h1><br>In Germany child poverty is rising more than in any other industrialised country. Each tenth child, in general 1,5 Million, is growing up in relative poverty, which means: their families are not even in funds of half of the average income. In Kirchdorf-Süd, a district in Hamburg, a Children Club has been opened in 2007 by the foundation Mittagskinder. Poor children from this deprived area should get a warm lunch and day care until the evening. At least three dozen of children receive at this place a minimum of attantion and affection.