Project India teams work alongside skilled builders, staff and locals with the aim of providing long-term infrastructure to rural communities in the Leh region of Jammu and Kashmir state.
Prior to teams departing the UK, Adventure Lifesigns' staff spend time discussing the local community's needs and risk assessing the area alongside local partners. Once we are happy that the project is a long-term, sustainable option that will benefit the community, our staff will create a working plan of action. Group's receive Expedition Skills Training which prepares them for what to expect whil taking part in Project India.
Once the team arrives in-country, they will meet the local staff who will work alongside them to ensure the project is successful and completed to a high standard.
Current projects include:
Watch the Project India video here for further details
Price on application for Summer 2019:
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"United Church Schools Trust (UCST) and United Learning Trust (ULT) are pleased to be fully involved in Project India as it develops. We believe that young people have much to contribute as well as much to gain as they participate in such a programme. Students in our schools and academies will find this an opportunity within which to learn more about leadership, teamwork and service - all of which are core values for the organisation."
United Church Schools Trust