Assam: Bridge of Hope organised field trip for children

Jorhat

Bridge of Hope (A Believers Church project for underprivileged children) organised Field Trip program on 31st January 2018 with 16 Bridge of Hope project centres under Arch Diocese Jorhat. The purpose is to provide  an opportunity outside of the normal classroom where children can try new things, have different experiences, and learn valuable life lessons.

On this day our project centre children of Amguri, Deithor, Dholie, Gohainjan, Saraipani, Ram Lekthe Gaon and Wophong Hanse went to Kaziranga National park and National Orchid Park which is located at Karbi Anglong and Golaghat district of Assam.

Kaziranga is a National Park where one horn rhinos are found.  Kaziranga is also known for Great Indian one horned Rhinoceros. Besides, it also provides habitants for a number of threatened species and migratory birds.

Assam: Bridge of Hope organised field trip for children

National Orchid cum Biodiversity Park is one of the famous parks in Assam. It is great of its orchid. The park alone boasts of possessing a little more than 500 varieties of wild orchids collected from different part of North East India states. Besides it has 132 species of sour fruits and leafy vegetable, 12 species of cane, 46 species of bamboo and large variety of local fishes.

Bishnupur, Meleng, Moran, Selengpather Bridge of Hope project children went to Kamalabari. It is situated in Sibsagar district in Assam. It is historical place of Assam. They also visited Talatal ghar, Jaysagar Tank and Temple and so.

The rest project Bebejia, Behora, Khulamon, Kowani projects children went to Recreation Park. It is situated in Karbi Anglong Assam. Recreation Park is best for it red loamy and red sandy soils of place support luxuriant growth of indigenous fruit bearing, flower bearing, medicinal and many other exotic plant species. This park may also regard as the Hub of Plant’s Kingdom of Assam. There are as many as 700 plants species out of which, some are still to be identified.

About 1000 children took part in this trip. Through this trip children might be more likely to understand the relevance of seeing real life application also learn many things.

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