After FSL- India`s HBP team from CEL visited Milagres College back in October to conduct a session on Sustainable Development Goals, the college decided to send 25 students and two lecturers to CEL to learn more about FSL-India.
FSL-India’s Centre for Experiential Living, Shettrakatte is back on track with Health and Hygiene sessions for adolescents!
It was the second session of Environmental Education at the Government Higher Primary School, Neralakatte. Four volunteers, i.e. Nikolina, Ellen, Sofia and Ellen from FSL-India, together with Manjesh and Dinesh (for the translation), talked about the three different types of pollution. The children already knew a lot about the topic and therefore, they could interact well.
On Wednesday, 15th November, the Kandlur Police Department invited FSL India’s CEL volunteers to their Station for a small plantation.
In the month of November 2017, FSL-India Kundapur hosted 4 Long-Term Volunteers from France and Italy at CEL (Centre for Experiential Living), Kundapur.
On Tuesday, 7th of November, students from the Psychology Department of Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara (SDM) College, Ujjire visited FSL-India’s Centre for Experiential Living, Shettrakatte to learn more about the organisation. As a part of their program, the students learn about different NGOs and therefore decided to visit FSL-India.
Solidarité Jeunesse France organized a work camp at La Fai, Veynes in the Alps Region in South France from 25th September-15th October 2017. The theme of the work camp was ‘Save Buëch river through environmental sustainability’.
Hi, this is Camille and Hannah. We participated in FSL-India’s Work Camp at Kundapur, for 2 weeks in October.
“How is India?”, a friend from Germany asks. How is India? India is…India! Great – full of culture, fantastic, lovely, delicious, cheap, colourful, and wonderful? Is it possible to answer this question?
Our names are Vivienne and Helena and we came to India for 4 weeks because we wanted to get an insight into Indian culture. As many people might say “4 weeks, that’s not enough time to get to know a country”. We have to agree, but still, we saw and learned so much in this month that we feel like we’ve spent much more time here.
On Tuesday, 31st October, 40 MSW students and 3 lecturers from Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara College (SDM) Ujire, visited FSL-India’s CEL (Centre for Experiential Living), located at Shettrakatte, Kundapura.
At the end of October, for the second time, FSL-India’s Training Department conducted a 2-day training on Experiential Education for Head Held High-Tumkur.
Many of you might be aware of the FSL-India team’s visit to Shekar Shetty Uncle’s farm every July to do rice plantation. This plantation happens always when the monsoon starts, so the paddy fields (rice fields) are flooded with water, making rainwater their only way of irrigation. The fields will be soaked during the months of July and August.