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... the families that reside within them so well! it made Eric feel really good to see that the HEAL operating model and philosophy of going deep and not just wide really was at the core of everything HEAL did. We’ve been working in some of these communities for almost 10 years, working to ensure that growth and progress lasts over the long term and not just for a couple “1 off” humanitarian projects.
We rode ...
... they were willing to give them.
Outside of VOICE 4 Girls, working in India presented many interesting challenges that I did not expect. Anyone who works in India has to be flexible because random power outages and water cuts in buildings frequently occur, especially over the summer months. Further, I did not expect it to be so exhausting to navigate everyday Indian life; whether it was not being able to purchase the food ...
... cholas, bhaturas) before heading to Shilparamam (local arts and crafts village).
Shilparamam was exactly what I was hoping for: acres of artsy booths. Milan kindly paid for my entrance fee (one of many times on this trip where they insist on paying for me). The team is so generous and lovely.
The village is huge, so we took a cart ride through the park to get a feel for the area. Two adorable boys thought it would be fun to hitch a ride on the back of ...
... our playing field every other minute. It was more fun to watch them because they were playing and running and using a prop as a wicket. Ours was just imaginary.
As it was getting close to 8:35 we realized we needed to head back to Tagore if we wanted to catch breakfast before it ended at 9. Dana ran back and Kaavya and I alternated between walking and jogging. Her pants were falling down (she was wearing cargos) and she was wearing sandals. Not ...
... thing that they didnt know about that. To be fair we did not think we were going into the main city when we left for the bazaar and we never felt unsafe.
In the morning Ganesh helped us gather the pictures we needed and copies of all of our papers. We also recieved our student ID cards for the UofH. This was pretty exciting.
We got to the immigration place around 12 and were waiting around for forever. This seems to be a pretty repetitive process ...