The volunteers led by the team leader, Arkesh worked with Badodaya Basti government secondary school. The school has more than 180 children and the camp mainly focused on ” Environment / Kids/ Culture”.
Appropriate Technologies Groups (AT Groups) are the groups to promote the Appropriate Technologies introduced to them by the Korean volunteers during the HYSCO camps.
Mr. David Ebert from Germany has worked with the SRISTI Foundation as a volunteer for 11 months from 9th September 2014 to 17th July 2015. During his time here, David helped us with his skills to assist in our Special School activities to train and teach the children with intellectual disabilities. He also supported to construct a mud house, plant trees and taught organic farming skills to our SRISTI village community members. Furthermore he helped with our day-to-day activities. He…
Ms. Luisa Weyers from Germany has worked with the SRISTI Foundation as a volunteer from 8th March to 20th June 2015. Her involvement in our project to establish an inclusive, self-sustaining and eco-friendly village for people with intellectual disability was highly appreciated and we are grateful for her input and time. During her time here, Luisa helped us with her skills as a writer to prepare various brochures and update our website. She also initiated a new blog for our…
FSL had two Final Evaluation for AFS NH14 batch in the month of July. One was held in FSL India’s head office on 18h and 19th July 2015 at Bangalore and the other one was organized in Kundapur on 23rd and 24th July. Altogether there are 24 volunteers participated. The Evaluation was facilitated by LTV team
The LTV get-together for the month of July has been organized in Mysore on 16th and 17th 2015 in Arivu trust. Arivu is an innovative school based in Mysore. At Arivu learning is activity based, collaborative and relevant to everyday life. Education is not limited to classroom and knowledge is not limited to books. There were three volunteers and four FSL-India staff members participated in the get together.
FSL India along with Apollo Tyres Ltd under its CSR initiative conducting various Health and hygiene program in Schools and villages of Mathur and Oragadam panchayat.
Under the CSR tie up with Apollo tyres, FSL India educates the primary school children on the Personal hygiene.
Children Parliament was formed in Government Higher Secondary School, Mathur and Government High School, Sennakuppam on 23rd and 24th June 2015. The main objective is not only to educate but also make them responsible to make their school ‘A CLEAN SCHOOL’.
On Monday, 20th July, the Sea Turtle Conservation project of FSL India (STC) organized a Workshop in the Shettrakatte training center. Since the rough sea during the monsoon season washed ashore already several sea turtles, all with more or less severe injuries, this time the meeting was focused on injured turtles and how to treat them.