Aarohi Schweiz
UK Chapter
Volunteer Experiences

UK Chapter

Aarohi has had a close connection with the UK since the early days of its inception and that old connect has been rekindled.

The launch of Aarohi UK Chapter took place on 17 November 2013 in the form of an 'Awareness Evening'. There was a gathering of some 90 people, old and new faces alike. An array of speakers gave presentations, including Dr. Sushil Sharma, the co-founder of Aarohi, Robert Graf, the president of Aarohi Schweiz (Aarohi Swiss Chapter), Sheeba Sen, Aarohi worker, UK Chapter head Arun Harish, Volunteers Lucy and Pat and Premila Satyanand, an Aarohi Board member. One of the highlights of the evening was an endearing performance by five school girls from Leeds on the ever popular Kumoani folk song- Bedu Pako, lending the evening a glimpse of the cultural heritage of Kumaon. In true Aarohi spirit it was the volunteers once again who took charge of the evening and made everything run smoothly- whether it was organising dinner, registering guests, serving drinks, managing light and sound needs or making a rangoli. The event was a roaring success and we hope that this is only the beginning of a long road ahead. Here are a few highlights of the evening!

Should you wish to join Aarohi UK chapter or know more about it, please do get in touch with us.

Dr Arun Shastri: arun@aarohi.org 
Sheeba Sen: sheeba@aarohi.org

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