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.
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 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”.
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.
FSL-India celebrated Enviroment Day with the collaboration of the Forest Department of Conservation, Kundapura, and Grama Panchayath, Gulwadi. A former President of Grama Panchayat, Mr.Narayana Madiwal’s house premises did a plantation through the involvement of the community members and celebrated Environment Day.
On 28th June 2018, FSL-India, Pondicherry team organized a Cultural Event (CE) for our regular LTV volunteers. Every month, we organize a cultural event for our regular volunteers and we take them to any cultural and historical places which are located in and around Pondicherry. This month, the Cultural Event was focused on Religion and Nature – Pichavaram boat house and Chidambaram temple.
FSL India ran the CCS Squad Abroad 2 week camp at Dharamshala from 2nd June 2018 – 16th June 2018. This time, we had a team all the way from Alaska, which included 11 students, 1 teacher and 4 parents.
FSL-India’s Work Camp team decided to spend our time at McLeod Ganj to serve the schoolchildren of the valley. We had 3 new international volunteers with our CCS-in India Regular Education Project, which was held from 26th May – 8th June 2018 at Government Primary School, Dharamkot.
Hi, this is Steve and Kiki. We are from The Education University of Hong Kong. We came to India on the Leadership Development and Cultural Exchange program for a period of 14 days.
FSL-India organises work camps every year from March-October, about the Tibetan cultural aspects and environmental issues of western Himalayas (Dhauladhar range) in Dharamshala.