The Weltwärts volunteer’s quarterly evaluation was held in March 3rd week, once again at Simha Farm. It was once again a wonderful moment to see all the Weltwärts volunteers under one roof(same place alsoooo). Here you can find the report with nice photos of 3 days seminar.
All the schools in Karnataka are closing their academic year after the end of March. So, to give creative training and entertainment for the school children, FSL volunteers organised first Summer camp of this season in local school at Koni, Kundapur. Here is the report for interested readers and some pictures…
The April month Ltv Get togher was held in between 15th to 17th at Turtle bay beach resort, Trasi. It was combined get together with EVS volunteer quarterly evaluation seminar. There were 9 volunteers and 7 staffs participated. The sessions were held on following topics; Experience and Impact, host family evaluation, Collage, personal evaluation etc… Here are some pictures the event…
In April FSL India welcomed 7 volunteers from Italy, Japan, South Korea, France and Germany.
|Jan Ritz Mann||Germany||PAD, Tuticorin|
|Akinori Yoshimoto||Japan||The Kiskinda Trust, Anegundi|
|Seo Ryung Bae||South Korea||The Kiskinda Trust, Anegundi|
|Severine Koen||France||Tent School, Kundapur|
|Giulia Landi||Italy||Seona Ashram, Belthangady|
|Silvia Fonti||Italy||SWORD, Dharwad|
|Alexander Herboth||Germany||Ayurdhama Ayurveda hospital, Sullia|
Here is news from Ferdinand Hautz, volunteering in The Kishkinda Trust project. He is working in Eco Tourism development project and recently came in news paper with his River Cleaning project by integrating local people and government body. Here are newspaper pics…
In March we welcomed 15 volunteers from Germany, UK, Belgium, Italy, France, Finland and Spain. Here are some pictures from the sessions, field trip and free time activities……
The last nest of this year’s sea turtle successfully hatched at Bijadi Hatchery.
This morning(30th March) the last nest relocated in this nesting season hatched and we could see lot of baby turtles tracks heading towards the sea. Beginning of the season was challenging for the sea turtle project because some nests failed completely/partially because of early nesting and heavy rainfall between end of September and mid October.
This year our dedicated team of 6 long term volunteers (Marie, Katherina, Stephanie, Tobias, Yasmine and Naho) along with 21 work campers and 12 local contact persons worked very hard to make every fishermen families aware of the sea turtle conservation and importance of Sea turtles for the Eco system.
Thanks to all the active participants….