Projects and events completed 2022
Nepal, Brazil, Uganda, Gambia,
India, Nigeria, Philippines, Ethiopia, Ghana, Myanmar
|Nepal; although the pandemic continues to abound Maiya and Tulsiram and their network of contacts managed to complete three of their projects for the year-- well done to everyone involved -no doubt more to come during the year|
|.Title: Greenery and Environmental Health (Plantation programme) 1. Fruit species 2. Flower sShiksha Sadan Secondary School|
club formation and environmental awareness programme (for sanitation and
environmental cleaniness): knowledge sharing and speaking skill
development programme along with this programme. The eco club will be
formed in Himalayan Secondary School, Kavre
:Meditation exercises , singing, story telling and stationary distribution to Mamta Children - a home for very disadvantaged children
India ; gender sensitization workshops,, leadership potential- goal setting , navigating life's possibilities sessions - Sujata and team always on trend
Collection boxes Aghalee and Aghagallon December, 2021
Many thanks from A Ray of Hope, UNESCO Youth Ambassador for the Culture of Peace to the proprietors, staff, and customers of Aghalee Centra, Aghalee Pharmacy, Aghalee Building and Agricultural Supplies, and Hannons Fruit and Vegetables, Aghagallon.
|.Your support on this occasion will be used to bring some joy to disadvantaged children located approximately 3 hours drive from Manila in the Philippines. £98.00 was raised --- a magnificent total, which will purchase toys for the children and party related items. Photographs of the event will be distributed in the New Year.|
We have made new friends in
Philippines introduced to us by Glorecita I am sure we will have
initiatives together in the years to come. Eduardo and his team are well
organised caring and compassionate
Our Community Outreaches in Cagayan de Oro City..
1. Community Feeding for undernourished kids- 4 areas
2. Community Service Outreach in the Landfill Area, and Canitoan Area of the City.
We do community feeding and technical training- welding for workers displaced by the pandemic.
3. Organized Women's Group by teaching them sewing and making rugs,masks, and sewing army uniforms this year 2021 since March of this year.
4. Recently making cheap sandals to further increase the income of marginal workers.
The last few years have been extremely difficult for the volunteers attempting to complete their planned projects - it is hoped that this year might proffer some respite from the extreme challenges they have had to contend with - To begin the year we are grateful to Sujata, India, and Daniel, Uganda for the photographs of miscellaneous activities carried out when the opportunities arose .