A 3 day kick-off workshop was held at Paris, from 22nd – 24th April, on sustainable food production and bio construction. This is a part of the Erasmus program and was organised by CCIVS. C Doreswamy, Joint Director of FSL-India attended the workshop.
On 5th June, the volunteers and staff of FSL-India’s Centre for Experiential Living (CEL) Kundapur, together with the local community, celebrated Environment Day.
This small paradise on earth is home to His Holiness the Dalai Lama and to a significant Tibetan settlement in India. Dharamshala is set against the backdrop of the snow-clad peaks of Dhauladhar mountains, in the valley of the Himalayas, and is the capital of the Tibetan government-in-exile.
In May, every year, FSL-India treats its employees to a 3 day Annual Meet, usually at our Centre for Experiential Living at Shetrakatte, Kundapur. This year, we were expecting to have the same experience, but little did we know that we were in for a huge surprise.
On 17th May, FSL-India’s staff – Doreswamy, Manjesh, Manjunath B, Bhandary and Venkatesh – visited Radha Rukmini Farm at Madamakki village.
Samsung Electronics, Korea launched their Global Startup Acceleration Program on 7th May, 2018 for the sustainable growth of early-stage startups simultaneously in Indonesia, Malaysia and South Africa.
Once again, FSL’s India Centre for Experiential Living (CEL) Kundapura, conducted a Senior Summer Camp for children of the local community between 9th – 11th May. All in all, 20 children participated in this month’s camp.
FSL-India organises Work Camps at Dharamshala on Tibetan culture and environmental issues of the western Himalayas (Dhauladhar range), from March-October, every year.
FSL-India is happy to inform you that for the 5th time, we successfully conducted the International Team Leader Training (ITLT) at our Centre for Experiential Living (CEL), Kundapur.
From 25th-27th April 2018, FSL-India’s Centre for Experiential Living, located at Shettrakatte, Kundapura conducted a Junior Summer Camp for local children. We expected 20-30 children for this Summer Camp, and on the first day, we counted 39 children, so our expectations were surpassed.
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.
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.
On the 4th and 5th of April 2018, the Environment Education and Open Camp volunteers from FSL- India, conducted a painting activity for environmental awareness at Mavinakatte Primary School.