Kullu-Manali (The Great Himalayan National Park) - Inde
- Chantier International
- 12-08-2019 - 25-08-2019
- 20 volontaires
- Adulte | 21-65 ans
- 200 EUR de frais de participation Frais de participation qui reviennent directement à l'organisme d'accueil du projet et qui comprennent les frais d'hébergement, de nourriture et de coordination du projet.
- Code projet: FSL-WHV-838
For the last 10 years, FSL-India has been involved in the preservation and conservation of World Heritage Sites, i.e. Hampi, Western Ghats, Mahabalipuram and the Great Himalayan National Park. Established in 1984 and ranging more than 1000sq km, the park is the natural habitat of numerous flora and fauna, several of which are threatened by extinction. In June 2014, it was added to UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites due to its outstanding significance in biodiversity conservation. Our volunteers will participate in activities that contribute towards the biodiversity conservation of this beautiful park. Awareness creation on waste management for international/national tourists and locals, cleanup of scenic spots and waterfalls along with the involvement of school children, a local NGO, the community, park officials, the Archaeological Society of India and the UNESCO World Heritage Centre are all part of this adventure for nature lovers.
FSL-India (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning - India) was legally incorporated in 2001, with the support of like-minded national and international organizations with a primary purpose of bringing about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs. FSL-India has grown to become one of the largest volunteer hosting organizations in India, organising various volunteer and development projects throughout the country. Most of the projects are carried out independently, and some are undertaken in cooperation with local NGOs as they are aware of the development work that needs to be undertaken in an area and have hands on experience. We support them in their efforts to address the issues and the precise needs of the local community and help bring about the desired change in the long term. FSL-India is a leading youth development organisation of India focused towards intercultural Learning through Voluntary Services, set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to youth to work in different cultural contexts and to appreciate intercultural learning. Annually, FSL-India mobilizes more than 1500 young people from across the globe with the support of international partners and local NGOs. Our objectives are: - To promote global understanding and cultural exchange - To encourage voluntary service as a means to foster peace, equality and mutual respect - To spark new ideas for socio-economic development for the rural youth - To stress the importance of natural resource management - To support community development and bring an inter-cultural dimension to community projects - To protect and conserve nature - To bring global issues to local communities - To create self-awareness and personal development among the youth in particular - To facilitate global education through experiential learning
ACTIVITIES: - Interaction with ASI(Archaeological Society of India), - Learning sessions with the Park officials, - Bio-diversity conservation, - Tree plantation, - Awareness rally on conserving natural resources and ecology, - Conservation education at schools in buffer villages, - Drawing educational pictures to promote bio-diversity, - Teaching Basic English to the children, - Playing games with children in non-formal education method.
Logement & Nourriture
At a rented guest house or hostel, with shared rooms.
Emplacement & Temps libre
LOCATION: The location is Sairopa, in the district of Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, North India, which is 500km North-West of Delhi. TRANSPORT: - Nearest airport: Delhi international airport, - Nearest railway station: Chandigarh, - Bus from New Delhi and other smaller cities of North India, - The meeting point will be mentioned in the infosheet. LEISURE ACTIVITIES: Visit to different bird sanctuaries, tribal villages and cattle farms, interaction with tribals, interaction with the local community on development issues.
The participation fee is to be paid in local currency (16000 Indian Rupees = €200). FSL-India is a non-profit organisation and does not depend on public or external funding. All costs of FSL-India are sustained through the participation fees from the volunteers. 80% of the fee is used for camp expenses and 20% for administration.