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Rs. 29,10,005 raised of Rs. 30,00,000 target
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Good things come in small packages
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Those who believe in magic will see it brew
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Absorb the goodness around you and reflect it back
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From the woman in Kathmandu, Nepal who lost her house to the devastating earthquake to the young girl in Kabul, Afghanistan who ran away to Iran after Taliban’s intervention in closing her school and the graduate student from Kohima, India shifting base to a new city for his first job— everyone is trying to find their place in an unfamiliar and uncertain environment. The struggle to hold on to one’s roots while accepting a new world is both humane and critical.
The refugee crisis in Syria that forced nearly 4 million people to leave their homes and homeland, to find shelter in Europe, is a magnified view of the homelessness we all fear. It’s an extreme scenario that highlights what human beings can go through due to multiple reasons and overcome it despite the challenges at every step.
The refugees—those who survived—are mostly young and driven. They’re skilled and many of them are highly educated. The documentation and designing of their life lessons into interactive and performance-based model, which is easy to interpret and personalize, will help us develop the art of seeing us as more alike than unalike.
The biggest challenge associated with the project is the scale of its execution. It demands proper planning, coordination and timed interaction with institutions, individuals, refugees and government bodies of five different countries over 100 days. But we have done extensive research over the last six months and have found reliable on-ground partners to help us achieve our goal of documenting the life lessons and passing them on.
If we don't reach our target of 30 lakhs, within 40 days, then all the money goes back into your accounts, and we do not get to execute this tour. Thousands of refugees will not have an opportunity to voice and share their learnings.
We plan to leave in June and not raising the full amount will be a major setback for us. While we will not give up trying to raise funds, what's most important is for us to have you as an encourager, a supporter, and a collaborator, and for that, we need to reach our target.
We have been running this project for almost seven years now and have been listed as an innovation in education in the database of Centre for Education Innovations. We have been living this tour through our research and prep for more than six months now and to have it see the light of the day will give us the ultimate happiness.
Also, we are partnering with institutions and NGOs of more than five countries who are expecting our arrival for the documentation and workshops. There is no chance we can run away with the money assigned to the tour.
Take a moment to reflect and share your life lesson and what all it took for you to understand it.
Now, think of four million people and what they would have learnt. As writer Mary Lou Kownacki rightly said, "Frankly, there isn’t anyone you couldn’t learn to love once you’ve heard their story."
Abha Shri Saxena