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A Therawada monk who is the part of and interreligious group in Gaya that is organizing the event

Event with His Holiness Dalai Lama

The month of December was mainly dedicated to the preparation of a unique and special event that, after receiving the last confirmation, we are happy and honored to share with you: the Alice Project managed to organize an event for middle and high schools with HH Dalai Lama on January 25, 2018 in Bodhgaya. We […]

Finally the residential students of our hostel!

The hostel of the Alice Project Sarnath has become bigger now, actually the students of Bodhgaya branch have arrived here at Sarnath School. We have organized an intensive lesson program for them, so that they can do a better preparation for their exams which is going to happen soon. They like this new way of […]
Teachers of AP

New teachers at the Alice Project Schools

We would like to thank all of our teachers for their collaboration, without them the Alice Project would have been only in the books and newsletter. It is only because of all of their untiring effort, patience, the love and care that they are giving to the students and their solidarity that the school is […]

Alice Project – Universal Education

We arrived at Alice Project School in Sarnath near Varanasi on Tuesday afternoon and stayed over for the night. We had a fantastic welcome by Sudakar and the 26 resident children. Some of these children were from a Himalyan tribe known as Monpa and the others were Chakmas, aged between 4 and 18, refugees from Arunachal […]

Welcome Jennifer!

Jennifer is a volunteer who recently arrived in Bodhgaya, India, to oversee the development of our Early Childhood project. This program was launched in January in partnership with the French association Inter’Lude. The program provides training sessions for childcare workers in under-served isolated villages in the district of Gaya.  We teach them how to organize […]

World Malaria Day 2014: Why it matters to us

    World Malaria Day, is commemorated every year on 25 April to recognise global efforts to control the disease.   Each year the day focuses on a specific theme. This year, that theme is “Invest in the future: Defeat malaria.”   There is a reason for this. Every 60 seconds a child around the world […]

Shining Hope on the field in India

Shining Hope founders, Serge, Marie and Astrid Saint Arnoult recently travelled to the Schechen Medical Center, Bodhgaya, India to look at what has been achieved since Shining Hope started supporting Karuna-Shechen in September 2012.  Serge Marie and Astrid were all impressed with how the projects are managed and delighted to see the amazing work accomplished […]

Launch of programs in new villages

After several years of intervention in twelve different villages around Bodhgaya, Bihar, our local partner in India is extending its reach to six new villages. With the support of Shining Hope Foundation, the team will bring access to health, education, and social services to eighteen villages in total, as well as Bodhgaya.   In order […]