It was a wonderful experience to both visitor RAHAMA, an Organization working for the integrated model on recovery and reconstruction programs by targeting the poor and displaced in Northern part of Sri Lanka and the host, SLI, Auroville on learning front on SDG and Sustainable Livelihoods. After visiting various Auroville units viz., Auroville Earth Institute, Wellpaper, KOFPU, Aurospirul, Terrasoul, AVAG-Udhayam Fedaration, Auroville Bamboo Resource Centre, Pitchandikulam Bio resource Centre and learning from different experts like Joss Brooks, Alain Bernard, Inge, Parvathy, Bhubesh, Kathy, Ramasubramanian, Shayamsundar, Olaganathan, Deepti Sukumar, Dr. Chandrasekar, Fif and Hamesh, the visiting team shared their Action plan in a comprehensive way which includes some new the initiatives learned from SLI and Auroville. This visit added one more feather in SLI’s cap and we proud to be a catalyst for RAHAMA’s upcoming sustainable projects.
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