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Help App - Befrienders Worldwide Launch

 Befrienders have launched a Help App which will allow users to find their nearest emotional support helpcentre, wherever in the world they are. This Help App will run on a mobile phone or PC.

Click on the link to run the Help App: https://www.help.befrienders.org

Further details about the Help App have been sent to all Befriender Help Centres and these can be viewed by clicking here.

 Covid-19 virus

Befrienders Worldwide and our members around the world are fully aware and touched by the extreme challenges we are facing with the Covid-19 virus. We know how difficult it is to experience sudden restrictions on our lives, including the impact on our family and on our relationships, the impact on our working lives, and the sense of loss that we feel when we are physically isolated. Click here to read the whole document.

Befrienders WorldwideDecember 2020 Newsletter- Click Here

Befrienders Worldwide September 2020 Newsletter- Click Here

Befrienders Worldwide July 2020 Newsletter- Click Here

Befrienders Worldwide May 2020 Newsletter- Click Here 

  Befrienders Worldwide February 2020 Newsletter - Click Here 



Please find a link to an article written by Professor Brian L Mishara Ph.D (University du Quebec, Montreal, Canada) on "Talking to children about death" At the end of the article there are some links to sites which may be helpful to parents and teachers who are trying to help grieving children - Click Here

Please find a link below to the E-Book My CARE (Confinement Attitude & Resilience E-Book) which has been produced by our BW member Sourire De Reda, Casablanca Branch, Morocco

BW hopes that as many youngsters as possible follow the recommendations that are offered in the E-Book- Click Here




Do You Need German Windows For Your House For Sale? When selecting a house for sale, the first thing that most people will ask about German windows are. They want to know if they are white or coloured. This article discusses the different kinds of german windows available and the significance of their colour. The colour of the windows is determined by the make and model of the german window. They can be white, coloured or black. Not only do these windows have a certain meaning, but they also can tell a lot about the country in which they are manufactured. Frosted windows are particularly popular. These are really German windows in name only. A frosted window actually contains two glass panes in the same frame. If this is done on windows used in French style houses, then they will end up looking very European. There are two ways of having frosted glass. One way is that there is a clear coat that has a clear image painted on it. It does not look like a German window, but rather a frosted mirror. If you are looking for frosted German windows with a darker shade, then you can go for frosted aluminium. This kind of material is stronger than frosted glass and is easier to work with. However, since aluminium has low insulating value, it is recommended that you install frosted glass or even frosted wooden paneling in your house to get the maximum benefit from the high quality german windows. Coloured glass is the most common kind of window in the market. These are available in a range of colours. The most common colours include red, pink, blue, green, brown and yellow. As the panes are of one colour, the room looks much brighter than if they were all different colours. However, the colour choice does come at a price. It is important to keep the room lighting up by having a good amount of light at the correct angle to avoid glare. Another thing that is important is that there should be enough natural light entering the room to allow for natural ventilation to take place. Different types of windows have different levels of light control. The type of german window you choose will depend on how much light you want in the room. The two main types of such windows are single-pane and double-paned. Double-paned german windows have two panes of glass of different colours but are connected together. This type of window can be very expensive if the frame is badly made. The cheaper ones may not have enough protection for the glass. Single-pane windows are often regarded as the favourite choice of buyers. This is because of the fact that they are easy to work with and require only minimal maintenance. Installing them is not an especially complicated task. However, because of their simplicity, they can be easily damaged. New german windows are also a good choice. The current windows are generally more durable than the older ones. They are also not the best option if you want to get rid of your old windows. When buying new windows, you should also consider what kind of maintenance you need to do on them. Most people think that the windows should be clear because when you have a white design on the walls, it really takes away from the ambience of the room. However, this is not always the case. When you are looking for a new house for sale, you can contact the windows department to see what kind of colours and styles of german windows are available for your home.