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Irish Ambassador hosts Asha and volunteer teams

Irish Ambassador hosts Asha and volunteer teams

It was an absolute delight to meet the Hon. Irish Ambassador, His Excellency Brian McElduff. Dr. Kiran, volunteer teams from Northern Ireland as well as Asha students were invited for a dinner at the Hon. Ambassador’s residence on November 03, 2016. The Hon. Ambassador greeted the audience with a brief…
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Team St. Stephens Church volunteered at Asha

Team St. Stephens Church volunteered at Asha

The Asha team and community at Seelampur slum colony were delighted to greet old friends from St. Stephens Church, Twickenham, UK, led by Ms Amanda Clegg. The team consisted of 14 people from the church and they spent about a week volunteering at the centre. During their stay, the team…
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Asha students prepare for Internships

Asha students prepare for Internships

As our ‎Internship Programme begins for this session, Asha’s ‪‎University students are gearing up to make full use of this opportunity. On February 20, 2016 a workshop was conducted for our university students by Surbhi Saimbi from Tech Mahindra and Asha’s Internship Coordinators, Fe Donaghue and Louise Wilson. The students…
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Team from New York visits Asha Slum Communities

Team from New York visits Asha Slum Communities

The Asha team and community at Jeevan Nagar were delighted to welcome John and Sara Furste along with Mandy Hildenbrand and Mark Morsfield from the River Church, New York, USA during February 2016. The team spent about two weeks working with the children’s group in Jeevan Nagar slum colony. During…
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Asha welcomes volunteer teams from Northern Ireland

Asha welcomes volunteer teams from Northern Ireland

It is always wonderful to have volunteers who work tirelessly for the betterment of Asha communities. During February 2016, two teams from Northern Ireland volunteered at Asha, bringing remarkable changes in the lives of the slum dwellers. Early February, a team of 18 members from Ballymena came to Asha. The…
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