Today AMURT Portugal, along with representatives from 88 other associations, attended a ceremony at the Covilha City Hall, hosted by the local mayor, where we signed a contract awarding us 1036 Euros to help fund our Ananda Festival of Bliss which will take place at our Ananda Kalyani project from the 10 - 14th July. We took the opportunity to share information about our Back to Roots project that is working on the creation of a toolkit for associations, education authorities and others to use to address the problems of depopulation of rural areas, by handing out leaflets to the participants. ... See MoreSee Less
On Saturday evening the Back to Roots project was introduced to 20 participants at an International Cultural Night hosted by the Ananda Cafe in Covilha. There was a lot of interest in the highly important topic of rural desertification.
Noite Cultural Internacional na Covilhã
No passado sábado o Projecto "Back to Roots" foi apresentado a 20 participantes numa noite cultural organizada pelo Ananda Café na Covilhã. Houve um grande interesse acerca do tema da desertificação rural. Fica uma das imagens do evento :) ... See MoreSee Less