My experience in India was really multi-faceted, because I saw so many different environments, like the host family, the tent school project, the working area in FSL-India Centre and the chaotic city life. So, the 3 months were full of completely new and inspirational experiences, many heart-warming moments and a lot of hard work.
Hi all, greetings from FSL India’s Centre for Experiential Living (CEL), Kundapur!
In the month of May 2017, FSL-India, LTV Bangalore region organized a Cultural Event (CE) at Pondicherry and Kanchipuram zone, under a different theme.
This year, 20 of us have spent an extremely memorable time in Bangalore. People always say when you try something that you have never done before, it is called a breakthrough.
My name is Elisabeth Lichtenthaeler and I am from Germany.
Hi everyone! This is FSL-India’s SAP-K team with some updates. Actually, now it is summer time here in India, which means a very dry season, high temperature, no water at all in the surrounding villages and it’s a struggle for the plants to grow.
Namaskara! My name is Miriam, I am from Germany and I am doing voluntary service in India, working with FSL.
Last Friday, 05/05/2017 1 teacher, 2 volunteers and the children from Yedthardi tent school, all went together to the cinema.
After these three days of learnings and fun, the FSL-India team is back to let you know that 9 children from the local area joined the summer camp at the Centre for Experiential Learning, Kundapur.
“Asset Creation and Pond Beautification“ is the project that was implemented by FSL- India and funded by Dymos Lear Pvt. Limited at Thandalam village, Tamil Nadu.