During the two meetings, all participants really got to know each other and then split into groups of two to work on their projects. A special moment was the publication of a mini dictionary in German and the languages English, Khoekhoegowab, Otjiherero and Afrikaans, all of which are spoken in Namibia – an initiative by two of the participants. The dictionary is also used by other German-Namibian partnerships, with all copies distributed within just three days.
During their stays in the two countries, the groups held presentations outlining the education system in their country and their regular day-to-day work. As a result, dozens of students and teachers learned about the partnership and the education systems in Namibia and Germany.