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 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.
Once a year, FSL-India conducts a work camp for Sea Turtle Conservation (STC). So, for the last 2 weeks, from 15th-28th January, one work camp volunteer, Donghyun Han from South Korea, joined our project.
FSL-India organized a work camp from 3rd-17th December 2017 at our Centre for Experiential Living- Kundapura. The theme of the work camp was ‘Sustainable Agriculture, Yoga, Culture & Kids’.
FSL-India organized a work camp from 9th-19th November 2017 at our Centre for Experiential Living, Kundapur. The theme of the work camp was ‘Sustainable Agriculture, Yoga, Culture & Kids’. During the first week of the camp, there was a warm, Indian welcoming ceremony with our field staff from the Centre.
Surprised? Well, “yes” this was made possible by FSL-India and 8 motivated volunteers from various parts of the world, i.e. South Korea, Italy, France, Mexico and Germany from 6th-19th November 2017, 2 weeks of wonderful moments in the ‘King’s land.’
FSL-India organizes work camps every year from March-October, on Tibetan cultural aspects and the environmental issues of the western Himalayas (Dhauladhar range), in Dharamshala.
Hi, this is Camille and Hannah. We participated in FSL-India’s Work Camp at Kundapur, for 2 weeks in October.
When I first got to Dharamshala to meet up with my FSL-India volunteer group, I had no idea what to expect. I had read about the culture and the project we would be working on, but nothing could have prepared me for the experience I would have during my stay there.
Everybody loves a little adventure in their lives. Some people take a weekend trip a few hours away, others take a week long holiday to a nice tropical destination. Jenny and Lisa, 2 volunteers from Germany, took a chance to participate in a work camp program in India, for 2 weeks – from the classroom to the Arabian Sea, Kundapura.
For the past week, FSL-India’s Centre for Experiential Living, Kundapur has counted on 24 extra hands in their SAP-K project.
Are you creative? Do you believe in volunteering? Start where you are! Use what you have! Do what you can! Join us along with international volunteers for ‘Hand in Land’ Work Camp from 10th to 23rd July, Kundapur.