28 November, 2022

Work & Study Camp at Sanvita Ashram Pandur Kudal Maharashtra India. 

By SCI India Maharashtra State Group

SCI India Maharashtra State Group held an 8 days Work & Study Camp at Sanvita Ashram Pandur Kudal Maharashtra India. 

 

volunteers at Savita ashram camp in India

The camp started on 12th of November 2022 and successfully wound up on 19th of November February, followed by SCI Maharashtra Get Together and Central Working Committee meeting at Kudal hotel Lemongrass.

In this camp participated several volunteers from Bangladesh:

  • Mukshadur Rahman
  • AKMD Zahir Raihanvolunteers at Sanvita ashram camp in India
  • Three Volunteers from West Bengal
  • Astik Haldar
  • Sudip Mondal
  • Biswajit Haldar

 

 

volunteers watering a plant at Sanvita ashram camp in India7 volunteers from local group were also in the camp: 

  • Ram Adsule
  • Kisan Choure
  • Sandeep Parab
  • Prabhakar Kamble
  • Ramrai Mahadik
  • Suvarna Mahadik
  • Ajit Kalsekar

 

The main highlights of the camp were: 
  • Plantation of Mango Trees at Bhabgiri hill at Anav Village.
  • Cleaning of Kudal Railway station with the help from Railway Staff and College Students.
  • Cleaning of Graveyards.
  • Celebrating the Children’s day on 14th of November along with school children.
  • Lecture of Dr. Rupesh Patkar on Mental Health and Treatment
  • Inauguration of Medical help center by Jeevan Anand Sanvita Ashram.
  • Chatting and discussion with the patient.
  • Every closing day meeting of Volunteers for sharing their day to day experience.

school kids listening attentively in India during a meeting in India

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