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Presently, you can select any of the following two terms in this mission:
1. Long term 'Traveler's Mission' (12 months)
2. Medium-term traveling volunteers mission (6 months)
3. Short-term traveling volunteers mission (3 months)
Apart from these visiting participants may meet us in the mission at any time.
Long term traveling volunteers mission (12 months)
In this one-year program, you get sufficient knowledge and experiences by exploring different places of the country to boost UHR to reach the goal. This long-term program allows you to enjoy a fruitful outcome of your great effort towards this global cause.
Medium-term traveling volunteers mission (6 months)
Even though 6 months time is not quiet enough to visit more places, the knowledge and experiences that you gain by visiting various places within this time and interacting with the locals, you can make a significant contribution towards the goal of UHR.
Short-term traveling volunteers mission (3 months)
This 3 months time is just enough to know the UHR and its people. However you can take initiatives by working individually or collaboratively for the purpose.
The 6 and 12 months terms are include an exciting and one of the longest train journeys in India that is from South to Northeast, which is a 3 nights, continuous journey. In this journey you will view the agricultural situations of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Orissa, West Bengal and Assam.
To do something for the people at first you need to be one of them. Staying with the villagers in the different villages of Assam, Meghalaya and Nagaland and analyzing the local and environmental resources and ecological factors in relation to human resource development, you will carryout your research work in order to meet the required goal.
As the head quarter of the mission, Guwahati offers you something extra. Visit the places of Art and Culture, Zoo, Museum etc. Do take a boat ride or a walk by the riverfront. Make new friends and enjoy the social evenings.
As a part of your work, you will be visiting different places of Ecological, Socio-Cultural, Historical, Economical and political importance of Northeast India to gather information on scopes of sustainable development.
In this mission you will discover a world in centuries back, ungrudgingly blessed by Mother Nature with an abundance of natural scenic grandeur, a wealth of rarest flora and fauna with many endangered species of wildlife which includes the Rhinoceros, Golden Langur, Hoolock Gibbon, Pigmy Hog, Hispid Hare, White Winged Wood-duck, Tiger, Clouded Leopard, Swamp Deer, Gangetic Dolphin etc.
You will enjoy the picturesque beauty of Shillong and Cheerapunji in Meghalaya; and the National parks, wildlife sanctuaries and other reserve forests in Assam, to know the present situations of this natural world and prospects of responsive Eco-tourism in the region.
Adventurous journeys to hill stations, which are still virgin with their intense natural beauty, will connect you with the youth of indigenous communities in these highlands to know the daily reality of these ordinary people in this increasingly globalize world.
Warm hospitality of the people and real friendships will make you emotional, during your stay here.
At the end of the program the locals for your work and contributions towards the great cause will felicitate you.
As a founder member of this extensive holistic education system with global aims, you will be in touch always with the organization and will be receiving the progress report of UHR from time to time wherever you are in the world.