• The DRH movement - past and present

    CICD is one of 5 schools in the DRH movement. We have joined hands to constantly improve our programmes and continue to offer opportunities for people to take active part in creating development and fighting shoulder to shoulder with The Poor. There is 1 schools in Denmark, 1 in Norway, 1 in England, 1 in the USA and 1 in the Caribbean. DRH is an abbreviation of Danish for the Travelling Folk High School. The first one saw the light of day in…
  • One World University / Instituto Superior de Educação e Tecnologia, Mozambique

    One World University (OWU) was created in 1998 by Humana People to People in co-operation with the Mozambican government to provide needed advanced training, offering students a choice of 2 degree programmes: Education and Fighting with The Poor, a programme focused on community development.To date, One World University has graduated 750 Bachelors of Education.Most of them now work as teachers in Humana People to People’s 26 Teachers Training…
  • Humana People to People

    In 1977, what today is the International Humana People to People Movement was founded by some of the teachers from the Travelling Folk High School (read more in the section about the DRH movement) in order to create a practical instrument for fighting against the conditions of poverty, disease and distress and working to implement a better way for people to live on the planet in the future. From the website www.humana.org :"Humana People to…

Humana People to People

Humana People to People

Travelling by bus around the world

Travelling by bus around the world

Clothes and Shoes collection

Clothes and Shoes collection

Students Testimonials - Why I Joined and What i Learned

  • DANAIL PETROV

    DANAIL PETROV

    The slogan of the college is “let’s act”, and I’m very happy because I could do exactly that. And you, what are you waiting for?
  • DAVID CHRISTIAN

    DAVID CHRISTIAN

    Adapting to CICD meant motivating students, communicating in a different language, and leaving the comfort of my old life.
  • MARJE SEPP

    MARJE SEPP

    CICD has been a great learning experience for me. I learned so much in these 2 years that it surprises even me how greatly I have changed.
  • ANA BASTOS

    ANA BASTOS

    In CICD I had grown and changed a lot. I had to adapt, be tolerant, respect others and most importantly, be humble.
  • ANDRE SANTOS

    ANDRE SANTOS

    Most important of all for me: the acceptance that no one is perfect and the important thing is that you give the best of you.
  • CARLA DOMINGUES

    CARLA DOMINGUES

    We could get a little piece of African reality as we went to our project. We could taste the bitterness of poverty and we were able to do our part making the world a better place to live.