On 3rd July 2018, FSL-India’s Centre for Experiential Living, Shettrakatte conducted a session on Health & Hygiene, as well as stress management in the medical field for adolescents.
As part of FSL-India’s Outbound program, I am here in Pau, France for a period of 6 months. I came here in the beginning of May 2018, and it has been a breathtaking experience ever since.
In the month of July 2018, FSL-India, Kundapur hosted 3 Long Term Volunteers, i.e. 2 from France and 1 from USA at our Centre for Experiential Living (CEL), Kundapur.
On Monday, at Kota Padukere, the local fisherman’s community, along with the support of the Bramhavara Forest Department rescued a wounded sea turtle that had lost a flipper.
Children at the Tent School had the opportunity to mingle with the children attending the government school, as well as the children of relatives from different villages, visiting due to the summer holidays.
On Monday, at FSL-India’s Centre for Experiential Living (CEL), I went to work. Manjesh, FSL-India’s Field Officer was waiting for me and told me to collect mango seedlings in the morning, and put them into nursery bags in the afternoon. These are the germinated mango seeds obtained from the fallen fruit lying under the mango trees at CEL.
On 1st July, 2018, FSL-India organised a Health Camp with the help of our volunteers, Mrs Mamatha – a local private doctor, and some Government doctors at Yedthadi Tent School, both for the community and the Tent Families.
On Sunday, 17th June, FSL-India’s Senior Program Manager, Venkatesh received a mobile call from the Maddugudde village fishermen community, about a wounded sea turtle. He immediately informed the Forest Department officials and went along with them to rescue the sea turtle.
Namaste to all…this is Manjunath B from the Southern part of India. I have been working with FSL-India for the last 7 years as the HBP coordinator of their Sea Turtle Conservation and Tent School projects, in Kundapura region. I participated in a Bio-construction training held at Lumbisi village, Quito, Ecuador.
Mr Michael A Dutch, a Business Management professor from American Gifford University, said, “The primary lessons of management, time and resource management, effective planning, are the strengths of an organisation. They play a major role in the progress of one’s academic career”.
As part of their volunteering activities, 11 employees from Bosch India’s Bangalore office were involved in the implementation of the school upgradation project at Nethaji Subhas Chandra Bose High School, Bangalore on 26th May, 2018.
FSL-India undertook a project to serve the valley children of Mcleod Ganj, a picturesque place overseeing hills and the Himalayan mountain range. There were 5 new international volunteers who took part in the project that was in partnership with CCS-In. It lasted 2 weeks and was held from the 9th – 22nd June 2018, where the volunteers helped at a local government school.
My name is Prashanth. I am an Outbound participant of FSL-India and my project is at Deutsches Rotes Kreuz (German Red Cross). I never thought that dreams come true. 2017-18 is a wonderful year in my life. Why? Because FSL-India gave me everything what I expected in my life. So now, I am going to share my German experience and beautiful life that I am living here.