People to People, Nagpur, India.

Khemadhamma's visit at Vadaar Community Development Project

On Sat, 6 February, 2016 - 19:43
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tejadhamma

We are glad to inform that Khemadhamma recently visited to our project at Ganganagar for development of Vadaar community. PTP is running this project to bring Vadar children in the main stream of Education. After continue chasing from “under tree school”, now 50 children are going to school to get formal education which is “the First Generation”.

It was very moving to see the change in children compare to last year. They are much more confident. They presented their dances, poems & songs. 

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samrat8382's picture

Hi All,

Belwo are our aim and Vision Mission for developing people to our culture 

  1. Transformational development that is community-based and sustainable, focused especially on the needs of children.
  2. Emergency relief that assists people afflicted by conflict or disaster.
  3. Promotion of justice that seeks to change unjust structures affecting the poor among whom we work.
  4. Dhamma  to contribute to spiritual and social transformation.
  5. Public awareness that leads to informed understanding, giving, involvement, about Dhaama (TBMS)
  6. We have creating one of the vision on new  school for spreading the buddhism knowledge to  all over - school should be start from Play(LKG to higher education and academic level with  Marshial Art Education)
  7. We will supporting to retirered Dhammchari and they people spered him/her knowledge to our student .
  8. we developed and creating people from base of student.

We want some support for you , Could you please share your ideas will be appriciated for us 

Samrat8382 [at] gmail.com

tejadhamma's picture

Dear Samrat,

Which organization you are talking about brother ?

Please reply !

Tejadhamma

tejadhamma's picture

Dear Samrat,

I think you are not talking about P2P, which organization you are talking about? We never talked before ! Can you reply on this?

Tejadhamma