Anchorage Biomedical Group



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    The Anchorage High School- Global Health Squad is traveling to India from May 31-June 16, 2018. The group is led by AHS teachers Kaity Williamson and Vani Pallai. The group will stay at our private and safe home-base accommodations Dharamsala where our local professional staff provide all transportation, food, lodging, and activities. The group will be matched with a local school, daycare, or orphanage where they will spend each weekday morning completing valuable small construction projects and staff support. Each afternoon the group will embark on fun and engaging guided cultural and adventure activities in the area. On the weekends the group will travel to Taj Mahal and the Golden Triangle on the first weekend and Amritsar and the Golden Temple on the following weekend.

    GROUP AIRFARE INFORMATION:
    Thursday, May 31:
    DL #346 departs Anchorage Intl 9:25 AM, arrive Seattle 1:46PM
    DL #144 departs Seattle 5:45PM, arrive Schiphol 12:45PM, Jun 1
    Friday, June 01:
    KL #871 departs Schiphol 2:25 PM, arrives Indira Gandhi Intl 1:45AM, Jun 2

    Tues, June 5:
    Depart Delhi (DEL) 2:30 PM, arrive Dharamsala (DHM) 3:40 PM

    Friday, June 15:
    Depart Dharamsala (DHM) 4:00 PM, arrive Delhi (DEL) 5:40 PM

    Saturday, June 16:
    KL #872 depart Indira Gandhi Intl 3:45 AM, arrive Schiphol 8:35 AM
    DL #143 depart Schiphol 10:05 AM, arrive Seattle Tacoma 11:24 AM
    DL #2866 depart Seattle Tacoma 6:55 PM arrive Anchorage Intl 9:25 PM

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Dharamkot Primary School, Dharamsala, India

The Dharamkot Primary School is where the native children of the region study and receive their education. Since the opening, the school and nearby communities have been mainly affected by monsoon related diseases. Because of climate change, there is dry weather currently in Dharamsala when normally this month would bring snow. This school has around 50 students enrollments each given year coming from up to 35 native families. The immediate surrounding village community is home to an estimated 25 families in this hilly slope.

PROPOSED PROJECTS:
- Construct a hand-washing station for students and faculty to utilize
- Educate the students on the importance of hygiene, and how to properly wash one’s hands
- With recent changes in their own environment, educate students on various environmental issues and the importance behind them


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