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March 2020

Event: Washington, DC Meetup of Alumni, Supporters, & Friends

2020-03-03T07:10:46-08:00March 3rd, 2020|Colebrookdale Project, Featured News, India Project, Mongolia Project, Nepal Project|

Restoration Works International invites you to a meetup of RWI alumni, supporters, and friends on March 22nd in Washington, DC. We'll be gathering in the serene Dharma Room of the Center for Mindful Living in Tenleytown (because there's no better place to start a Sunday morning.) Come by between 10 and 11:30 to meet our [...]

April 2018

Theatre for Social Change: arts-based workshop series on sanitation issues at the Bichli Haveli

2018-04-11T13:34:10-07:00April 11th, 2018|Featured News, India Project|

Join Canadian theatre artist & former Waste Warriors NGO Education Manager, Ankita Kumar-Ratta, for a four-day theatre workshop series on how we can use the arts to promote social change at the community level! We will explore issues of sanitation, pollution & keeping public spaces clean through fun, interactive and hands on theatre activities. DETAILS: [...]

September 2017

July 2017

Restoration Works partnering with nonprofit JanDaksha Trust at the Bichli Haveli Project

2017-08-09T14:06:04-07:00July 12th, 2017|Featured News, India Project|

One of the Bichli Haveli Project goals - and an RWI foundational value - is job creation. We're delighted to be partnering with local Udaipur NGO (nonprofit), JanDaksha Trust, who is assembling and supporting the project's crew of primarily women laborers who will be trained in restoration over the next three years. JanDaksha's work focuses [...]

Volunteer team arrives at the Bichli Haveli Project for 12 day stay

2017-08-09T14:28:00-07:00July 10th, 2017|Featured News, India Project|

We've arrived! Project crew at the Bichli Haveli was incredibly welcoming and gracious today. We learned about the history of Udaipur and the building, toured the site from top to bottom with project architect Malvika and owner Mahim, and enjoyed a generous tea spread. Tomorrow, we start getting our hands dirty alongside the crew. [...]

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