The mentoring journey is six months in duration, with the service-learning trip taking place at the mid-point of the mentoring journey (in partnership with a overseas NGO), spanning 10 to 14 days in duration.
The team ventured to Cambodia, Phnom Penh, working jointly with Cornerstone Project to contribute in the educational and infrastructural projects. A hut was built, and volunteers helped out with the painting of infrastructures. The team was also engaged in educational activities in the village and orphanage.
The team ventured to Ban Nam Kem, Thailand, working jointly with Pastor Jason from New Light CDC to contribute in the educational and infrastructural projects. The team supported the efforts of rebuilding the village, a place that was devastated by the tsunami. Educational programmes were also conducted for the local village school.
SEP 2015 - MAR 2016: INDIA
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The team ventured to India, working jointly with HELP Tourism to contribute in the educational and infrastructural projects. The team supported the building of infrastructures and conducted educational programmes for Nalanda Namdapha Nature School.