German coach Löw sponsors children in Ghana

Sports News of Friday, 18 July 2014

Source: FRANCIS TAWIAH (Duisburg – Germany)

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German Federal Football coach, Joachim Löw has wished to be with his wife Daniela and children, but according to the German national coach, “my wife and I, unfortunately don’t have children, we would have actually liked to be with our own kids, unfortunately it’s not the case.”

The 54-year old coach, in an interview for children news also said, they are married for more than 25 years, but they keep themselves completely out of public.

Joachim Löw also reported about his engagement for children in Ghana. Because he has personally seen many miserable children in this world, especially in Africa and this compelled him to engage in financial assistance to (poor) children who are in dare need. Löw was twice in Tanzania with orphans in the early 1990 and according to him, in Tanzania he saw that many children were totally helpless. Some were lying helplessly by roadside, some others too were seriously sick without any medical attention and no one taking care of them.

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According to the “children’s aid Organisation plan international Germany” the German Federal Coach has been sponsoring children in Ghana since 2010. In the same year he supported a project in Rwanda to facilitate sports courts for primary schools and also equipped school teams with jerseys and footballs.