Anaemia Control and Hygiene Promotion project is a CSR initiative implemented by FSL–India and funded by Apollo Foundation up to April 2017. The project area is in Vallam, Eraiyur, Sennakuppam, Mathur and Oragadam vilages at Kanjeepuram district.
My birthday in India: Adrian .Nearly all of us volunteers will experience that day: their birthday in India. Here you can read how my 19th birthday was celebrated.
In the month of March 2017, FSL-India LTV Bangalore region organized a Cultural Event (CE) at Mysore and Kanchipuram zones under the theme of ‘Religion.
In of March 2017, FSL India Bangalore hosted 2 Long Term Volunteers (LTVs) from Germany & Finland. The volunteers has attended different sessions in order to be well prepared for their successful journey in India.
More news coming up from SAP-K … in this case, the team would like everyone to meet the new members of the FSL India Training Centre – 6 baby chicks who were born 1 week ago!
On 16th March 2017, FSL-India, Kundapur organized a cultural event for its regular Long Term Volunteers. This is a monthly event, and the volunteers are usually taken to any cultural or historical places which are located in and around Kundapur.
History repeats itself… The 2nd week of March 2017 was one of the most exciting weeks for the sea turtle conservation project.
During the last few years, FSL-India has been handling the CSR projects of Apollo Foundation at Tamil Nadu and are very close to successful completion of the current project started in 2016, in the context of women’s health.
FSL-India, Chennai conducted programmes on ‘Anemia Control’ and ‘Hygiene Promotion’ at 5 villages in Sriperambudur block, Kanjeepuram district.
‘Anemia Control’ and ‘Hygiene Promotion’ programmes were conducted and organised in 5 villages at Sriperambudur block, Kanjeepuram district. These programmes are funded by Apollo Foundation and being implemented by FSL-India during 2016-2017.