Sharing a beautiful story of our hero- Aanya, a 15 year old from Omaha, USA. Last month she organised a clothing drive at her school to help the girls of Sandipani Muni School who don’t have proper clothes. The clothing drive was a success and she received a very positive and a heart warming response from her friends. We distributed the clothes donated by her to our kids here and they were overjoyed to receive them. Dear Aanya, we want to tell you that we are so proud to know you. You are such an inspiration to other girls and also our school girls here at Sandipani Muni School. We will be sharing this inspiring story of your endeavour to help others with our school students. Thank you very much for your service and we hope to meet you one day.
Jamuna, a yoga practitioner and an amazing clothing designer recently donated over a hundred meter of cloth to FFLV. The cloth was beautiful with really nice prints. Some of it was utilised in making costumes for the girls who attend dance classes here at SMS. The costumes were made here at the FFLV Sewing Centre. The remaining cloth will be utilised also for the girls clothing. Sharing with you a couple of the photographs of the costumes that were made out of the donation. We thank Jamuna for her services. You can also find her on Instagram and Facebook:- Jamuna Sheth. Her website www.jamunalaluna.com is coming soon.
Practitioners and policymakers have become increasingly aware in recent years that achieving good health and economic vitality in neighborhoods requires a close collaboration of a variety of sectors, including housing, education and social services. But collaboration does not occur in a vacuum; institutions often provide a crucial focus for collaboration and are active agents—or “hubs”—in the process. Recently, Nayati Healthcare Foundation has rolled out an ambitious plan for Academics in healthcare. They are already in process of starting DNB programs for doctors in certain specialities and super specialities and a diploma course for doctors in critical care medicine. They have collaborated with FFLV to provide 2 year diploma courses to our girls who have graduated. The girls will be trained in ex-ray and radiology , critical care management, operation theatre technology, Trauma care and casualty and as Lab-technicians. So far 9 girls have enrolled for these courses. Completing this […]