Innova safe Project Meeting
Since the start of the project on December 16, discussions have been held on the organization of a site visit. The goal of this visit was to give the donors and their team members the opportunity to see the project site first hand. After much deliberation, a site visit was finally scheduled and the team was able to meet face-to-face with the donors and their team members.”
“The visit took place on February 2, and the team eagerly awaited the arrival of the donors and their team members. Preparations were made in advance to ensure a productive and informative visit. Due to unforeseen traffic delays, the team had some extra time and used this opportunity to talk with Michel Sir about the origins, participants and progress of the project. The conversation lasted about two hours. At lunchtime, the visitors arrived and the team had a “communal meal.”
“As with every program, the team began with a warm welcome speech for the visitors, consisting of Shalini Mam and five other people. The welcoming group consisted of 5 girls and 8 members of the Snehagram community, including the staff. The two groups introduced each other. The session led by Michel Sir and the mentors included a presentation with different topics covered by different team members. Michel Sir spoke about the origins and evolution of the community for HIV positive people from Sneha Care to Snehagram. Other topics included a presentation on menstrual hygiene and the baseline assessment conducted using a Google form for 107 people. Babu spoke about positive walking and the training programs offered by Magic Bus, while Kalesh and Siddaramu.R spoke about their project focusing on areas that are often overlooked in their districts.
At the end of the session, attendees expressed their joy and appreciation for the team’s work. They were motivated to connect with more people and offer their support in any way they can. This was received with joy and gratitude by the team, who were grateful for the offer of help. The program was successfully completed and the visitors were sent back to their location with warm wishes.”