Monthly Archives: April 2018

A Home away from Home: Tibet-in-Exile, McLeod Ganj & Healing Himalayan Yoga

A Home away from Home: Tibet-in-Exile, McLeod Ganj & Healing Himalayan Yoga

FSL-India organises work camps every year, from March to October about the Tibetan cultural aspects and environmental issues of the western Himalayas, i.e. Dhauladhar range in Dharamshala.

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Six months in a country with a thousand faces – Marta Duncker, Experiment Germany

Six months in a country with a thousand faces – Marta Duncker, Experiment Germany

While I sat in the small bus from the airport to the arrival camp of FSL-India, I could see the beautiful nature of South India through the window. In this moment, I found myself wondering if I was really ready for what India would throw at me, all the things that could possibility happen.

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The library of Government Higher Primary School, Heskatturu

The library of Government Higher Primary School, Heskatturu

Government Higher Primary School, Heskatturu. is a small school with 162 students and 6 teachers, from standards I-VII. The students are very bright and with open minds, always inclined to learn something new. As the school does not have a proper library, FSL-India decided to help the school by donating some books to rejuvenate their school library.

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Think Pink Bengaluru’s Awareness Booth – Early Warning Signs of Breast Cancer

Think Pink Bengaluru’s Awareness Booth – Early Warning Signs of Breast Cancer

“Think Pink Bengaluru” is the students’ service learning initiative at the Department of Social Work, at Christ University, Bangalore. On 20th March 2018, in collaboration with FSL-India’s Youth Development Programme, Bangalore they organised an awareness booth: ‘Early Warning Signs of Breast Cancer’,  at the university’s main campus.

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The Education University of Hong Kong’s Leadership Programme in India – Choi Ho Ming (Rex) & Yam Tsz Ching (Jolene)

The Education University of Hong Kong’s Leadership Programme in India – Choi Ho Ming (Rex) & Yam Tsz Ching (Jolene)

Although the living environment and quality was not the best among all the countries we could choose in LEAD Pro, we don’t regret having chosen India as our first priority since we truly believe that we couldn’t have had such a lot of memorable and treasurable experiences in other countries. 

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A star in the making: FSL-India’s volunteer Julian Hofler on Family Power, Kannada TV show

A star in the making: FSL-India’s volunteer Julian Hofler on Family Power, Kannada TV show

Julian Hofler from AFS-Germany, a volunteer of FSL-India at Sri Chayadevi Trust, Mysore participated in a TV Show named Family Power, hosted by Colors, a Kannada TV channel, which was telecast at 9:00 pm, on 7th April, 2018.

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AFS-Germany’s Program Director visits Centre for Experiential Living, Kundapura

AFS-Germany’s Program Director visits Centre for Experiential Living, Kundapura

Michael Bogatzki, AFS-Germany’s Program Director 18+ and Sigrid, his wife visited our Centre for Experiential Living (CEL) at Kundapur, along  with Rakesh Soans, President  of FSL-India, on 16th March, 2018.

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