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FSL India - Field Services and Intercultural Learning - India

is a non-profit, charitable, social and independent Non Governmental Organization (NGO) with the main objective of promoting Global Understanding, Inter-cultural learning and to work for togetherness encouraged by World Peace through Youth Mobility.

FSL India (Field Services & Inter-Cultural Learning) was established in 2001 with the support of various international organizations. FSL India is a non-profit, charitable, social and independent Non Governmental Organization (NGO). Our main objective is to promote Global Understanding, Inter-cultural learning and to work for togetherness encouraged World Peace through Youth Mobility and volunteerism.

FSL India is registered under the Indian Trust Act and is not inclined to any political or religious groups and it is structured with a constituency-based network. It acts as a support structure for other Youth Organizations by organizing work camps, meetings, workshops and coordinating long term voluntary service. It co-operates with a large number of NGO’s all across India in coordinating the International exchange of volunteers and in supporting the volunteer movement in India.

FSL India undertakes projects across India and its head office is located in Bangalore, South India. FSL India is open to receiving committed members irrespective of any social background.

Through volunteering FSL India aims to offer direct contact Indian youth, women, farmers, fishermen and other vulnerable sections of the society to interact with International youth worldwide to understand local needs. FSL India places International volunteers in local community projects to support sustainable development and to bring an intercultural dimension to community projects. International volunteers can make a positive impact towards local communities, by encouraging them to continue work initiated by FSL India and volunteers.

Mehr Informationen zu FSL India finden Sie auf der Homepage unter

http://www.fsl-india.org/