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Conserve the Sea Turtle

Conserve the Sea Turtle

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Land
India
Soort werk
Cultuur, Natuur, Onderwijs
Projectduur
12 t/m 25 februari
Aantal deelnemers
20 (10 mannen en 10 vrouwen)

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The beaches of Kundapur are among the nesting areas of the Olive Ridley and Green Sea Turtles, in India. During the mating season, the female turtles come to shore to lay their eggs in the dead of
night. These eggs are prized as a delicacy by the local people, who used to sell them in the open
market. Depredations by dogs, crows and other predators, as well as infrastructure development
contributed to a slow decrease in the sea turtle population.
In 2005, FSL India (Field Services & inter-cultural Learning) started our Sea Turtle Conservation
Project in co-operation with the Forest Department of the Karnataka State Government, in the
Kundapur taluk of Udupi District, through the implementation of VFC (Village Forest Committee)
and MTCI (Maravanthe Turtle Conservation Initiative). FSL India operates the STC project over a 60
km stretch along the coastline, which is divided into 12 zones of 5 kms each with a contact person
appointed for each zone.
The Camp:
FSL India creates awareness for the fishermen community and schoolchildren regarding
conservation of the Sea Turtle, through talks, puppet shows and mural paintings at more than 50
schools during the season. Every year, 1 Turtle Information Centre is built every 5 kms along the
beach, to provide information to the local communities. Beach work and cleanups are organised on
a regular basis.
Activities:
• Plastic and other non-degradable waste is a huge hazard to marine life. Join us on a beach walk
and help clean up the surrounding beaches
• Meet the stalwarts of the fisherman community, listen to fishing yarns, talk to them about sea
turtle conservation
• Educate the locals on the importance of the sea turtle in the marine life cycle
• Paint to your heart’s content, create beautiful murals on sea turtle conservation
• Help to conduct an awareness rally at the fishing harbour and classes at the nearby schools
around the sea turtle area, to conduct awareness
• Building a Turtle Information Centre at the beach is a vital part of our campaign to create
awareness on sea turtle conservation for beachgoers.

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Accommodation: At FSL-India’s Centre for Experiential Living, with shared rooms
Food: South Indian vegetarian and non-vegetarian food will be provided for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Safe, filtered water is available for drinking.

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An 82 foot statue of Anjaneya, commonly known as Hanuman, the monkey god is worth a visit, as
is the Kotilingeshwara temple, an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to the god Shiva. Kodi beach,
one of the most spectacular in Karnataka is where you can catching amazing sunrises and sunsets.
Climb up the winding, spiral staircase to the lantern house to enjoy the panoramic view of the
ocean and the town beyond from the lighthouse. Gangoli is situated at the confluence of 5 rivers
and the harbour is a busy place where you can interact with the fisherman community.
Maravanthe is unique in that the Suparnika river flows on one side of the road, with the beach on
the other, the only one of its kind in India.
Kollur Mookambika and Murundeshwara temple where you can view the 2nd largest statue of
Shiva, are popular pilgrim spots. Boating on the backwaters of Kundapur, visits to a cashewnut,
rubber or tile factory are some interesting ways to spend your free time. You can also visit Indian
families to exchange views on your cultures and participate in the cultural programs of the local
community

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FSL-India, (Field Services and Inter-cultural Learning - India) is a youth development organisation focused towards Inter-cultural Learning through Voluntary Services set up to promote Global Understanding by providing opportunities to the youth to work in different cultural contexts to appreciate Inter-cultural learning. Thereby, reducing boundaries and bringing people to work together in harmony by understanding the Inter-cultural aspects focusing towards development of people and society through youth mobility and volunteerism. Founded in the year 2000 and legally incorporated in 2001, FSL-India is a Trust under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was formed with the support of like-minded National and International Organizations with a primary purpose to bring about global transformation, progress and growth through youth exchange programs.
FSL-India has been running work camps all over India since 2001. Over the years, FSL-India has developed a strong network of local partners and local volunteers in the regions where we conduct our camps. In every work camp, FSL-India works in partnership with local NGOs – since they are able to identify the problems and needs of the locality. This helps us achieve sustainability and a larger impact in the work that we do. Partnering with a local NGO also helps in reaching out to the local community. In addition, FSL-India works in various fields in cooperation with Archaeological Survey of India, Ministry of Women and Child Welfare, Ministry of Health, Education, Forest and Wildlife Departments and Local Self-governance Bodies

Aangezien je in dit project met kinderen gaat werken, stellen wij het verplicht om een VOG (Verklaring Omtrent Gedrag) aan te vragen.

Onderstaande informatie komt direct van onze partnerorganisatie en wordt daarom niet in het Nederlands weergegeven.

VISA - The participants should come on Tourist visa
Fee- The participation fee has to be paid on arrival to our Team Leader in Indian rupees.

Projectnaam

Conserve the Sea Turtle

Projectcode

FSL-WC-229

Land

Soort werk

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Startdatum

12-2-2024

Einddatum

25-2-2024

Aantal vrijwilligers

20 (10 mannen en 10 vrouwen)

Leeftijd

18 t/m 65 jaar

Lokale bijdrage

₹ 16000 (Indiase roepie)

Taal

Het inschrijfgeld voor dit project bedraagt € 345, exclusief € 50 korting voor studenten en jongeren onder de 18.
Jongeren onder 18 jaar moeten voor vertrek verplicht een training volgen. De kosten hiervoor zijn € 50 euro en worden apart in rekening gebracht.
Let op: naast het inschrijfgeld betaal je ter plekke nog een lokale bijdrage van ₹ 16.000. (Ca. € 181)