Étiquette : association caritative
Le rapport d’activité 2014/15 est sorti !
EXTRAITS : les faits marquants de l’année 2014/2015 a) Quatre de nos seniors décrochent un job en 2014 et début 2015 ! Naren Bandhari, (23 ans), parrainé depuis 2000, est licencié du PES Institute of Hotel Management de Bangalore depuis avril 2014. Il a trouvé en juillet un poste d’Assistant Food Specialist, chez Godrej’s Nature Basket, un… Lire la suite ›
By Samjhana: A day of Solidarity and Remembrance
Our college is currently applying renewal of accreditation by the Government. For this occasion, our college’s principal asked each class to choose one day to celebrate a particular event. Our class decided to celebrate the « WORLD FOOD DAY » on October 16th. And we, the students of B. Pharmacy 4th year, along with our class teacher… Lire la suite ›
By Pratikcha: Making history at SEA
SEA? What is SEA? What does SEA stand for? These were the questions that I used to ask myself, and, perhaps, there were many others at SEA who were wondering too. But, at least, we all knew the work of SEA. With all those questions in my mind, I grew up watching the good deeds… Lire la suite ›
By Rajindra: A very special trip
Today is May 19, 2014, in Bangalore. We have just shifted to our new flat. But why should I talk about today? Because today is actually a very special day: we are going for a trip to GOA! GOA is a 14-hour trip by bus. I have never travelled that long on bus, and I… Lire la suite ›
By Jyoti : Awesome days in Nepal…
How eagerly I had been waiting for this days to come and never did I realize the passing of the time. Right now I am in Bangalore but all those memories are still afresh in my mind. How much I wish I had few more days of holiday to stay there a bit longer, I… Lire la suite ›
By Christiane Michels: Nepal latest !
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By Rajindra: Starting anew on a stronger footing in Dhading
After becoming aware of our concerns about the cook and the tuition teacher who have been working for SEA at the little hostel in Dhading, Principal Sir of Shree Liti School has reacted promptly. He has immediately launched a recruitment process for finding new staff, while saying that from now on he will maintain tighter… Lire la suite ›
By Pratikcha and Sarita Jr.: Spotlight on the children of the SEA Home
As we have been giving daily tuitions to the junior kids of the SEA Home we would like to take time to take stock and provide you with fresh new insights into the kids and their school progress. While reading these comments, please bear in mind that the Nepalese education system places the emphasis on… Lire la suite ›
Exposition vente de photos au profit de Solidarité Enfance Asie
Bonjour, Nous vous invitons à découvrir une sélection de photographies sur le thème « Enfants du Népal ». Le vernissage aura lieu le jeudi 7 novembre à partir de 18h. Une partie de la vente des photographies, sera versée au profit de Solidarité Enfance Asie (SEA). Ces photographies ont été prises par Elias SFAXI, lors de… Lire la suite ›
By Rajindra: Welcome Chari Maya!
Progress report on Shree Liti Hostel, Dhading. On September 18, early in the morning, I took a bus to take off to Madhebasi, Dhading. It was 6:15 AM. But unfortunately I couldn’t take the camera, as Ekta had taken it for her field trip. At around 8:45 AM, I reached Madhebasi with no discomfort, and… Lire la suite ›
Campagne de dons et parrainages 2013
Chers amis, Comme vous le savez, nous avons commencé en mai dernier le parrainage d’une vingtaine d’enfants qui comptent parmi les plus défavorisés du Népal, 11 enfants sont parrainés dans le petit pensionnat de l’école Shree Liti (où ils sont nourris, logés et éduqués) et 10 enfants sont étudiants de jour (SEA les scolarise à Shree Liti mais ils continuent de vivre chez leurs parents). Nous recherchons aujourd’hui des parrains pour ces enfants. 50 Euros par an (17 Euros… Lire la suite ›
By Thomas: Goldsmith and a Street Kid………
There was a famous goldsmith, well known among the jewelers. Unfortunately he was lonely and had no successor for his work. So one day he went off to the streets to seek for the best person who could work with him. In the street, while he was walking, a small street kid came and asked: »Give me one… Lire la suite ›
GOA: One spot, two visions! By Jyoti and Samjhana
Fun and family!! By Jyoti Everyone has its own concept of GOA. For me it is one of the best places where to spend your vacation and refresh your mind. And it is especially fun to be in such a place with friends and family. I have been to Goa 3 times and this time… Lire la suite ›
Pasang’s journey from extreme poverty to a top Indian university
There are often inspirational stories in this world which give you a unique insight into the heart of humanity and which convince you that Rousseau, rather than Hobbes, was right. Human nature is good. And the story of Pasang and Sharon & Don is certainly one of these inspirational stories. This is a story of… Lire la suite ›
Canicule à Katmandou : Tous à la piscine !
Par cette chaude après midi d’été, les enfants du Home sont allés à la piscine se rafraîchir, nager avec de jolies bouées ! Divertissement visiblement apprécié par tous !