Category Archives: Home Based Project

Mural Painting At Gangoli Harbour

Mural Painting At Gangoli Harbour

Sea turtles are one of the very few animals to graze on seagrass and help maintain the health of the seagrass beds. Like normal lawn grass, seagrass needs to be constantly cut short to be healthy and help it grow across the ocean floor. Over the past decades, due to pollution, there has been a decline in seagrass beds, leading to a decline in the sea turtle population.

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Children’s Day celebration at the Tent School – Jan Philipp Zaun & Louisa Jechel, volunteers from IJGD, Germany

Children’s Day celebration at the Tent School – Jan Philipp Zaun & Louisa Jechel, volunteers from IJGD, Germany

What could be more fun and more stressful than taking care of children every day in a Tent school?

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Environmental Education Session – November 16th, 2017

Environmental Education Session – November 16th, 2017

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.

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Pipe compost at our Youth Training Center – Kundapur

Pipe compost at our Youth Training Center – Kundapur

On 7th November 2016 , In our Training Center we set up two cement pipes in which we will develop pipe composting activity . This is an innovative method which has already been implemented in India and working successfully.

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SAP-K developments after winter camp in Training Centre

SAP-K developments after winter camp in Training Centre

So, for the past two weeks, we have had 40 extra hands (which means 20 more volunteers) supporting our SAP-K project. These volunteers, all of them from Germany, have been in India for around 2-3 months  helping in Indian schools and, due to their 2-week holiday at school, they have joined us in our agricultural work.  (The volunteers  are in to 11-12 month volunteering program in India )

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