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… in another part of the world…

Posted by Himalayan Village Education Trust on August 22, 2014

We’ve been out of India since the last two years, and our centres are being guided by a very learned and good friend (Anuradha Bawa Singh), who is also the present Managing trustee, the women-in-charges of each section have been made a ‘Trustee‘ and have been entrusted with the responsibility of managing their respective sections and to take decisions collectively for the over-all running of the Trust. Everything is running well (though there may have been minor hiccups) and we do get to talk to them often …. but what we really missed was seeing their activities and the changes that were taking place.

So…. I was positively ‘thrilled‘ to know that our simple village girls had mastered the knack of digital photography (though connectivity is still a problem and quite expensive).. and after a long time got some fresh photographs of our projects in Kangra and Chamba.

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All in a day’s work…. 2011

Posted by Himalayan Village Education Trust on January 12, 2012

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