STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING

WE BROKE THE GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS!

With the theme of “Stop Human Trafficking” we broke the record for the longest marathon playing futsal with a duration of 60 hours which took place on 26-29 April 2024 at Gymnasium UPI. 

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‘Week without walls’ by BAIS

July 13, 2023

They call it ‘Week without walls’. An annual program from an international school, BAIS, where deliberately free up 1 week to serve the city and community instead of studying in a classroom. All students at school will be divided into several groups and each group will split up. 

Here, FSI had 1 group of girls and 1 big group of boys from 13-17 years old (about 30 people). The boy group from BAIS helped FSI clean our garden and plant some grass while the girl group helped us clean the house, from sweeping leaves in the garden and cleaning the bathroom to sweeping and mopping rooms at the Center of Hope. They are very helpful with what they do! 💪👍

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