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Joanna Lumley Becomes a Dame

Huge congratulations to Spiti Projects supporter, Joanna Lumley, who has been made a Dame in the 2022 Queen’s New Year Honours List.

January 4, 2022
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Spiti Valley’s Eco Environmentally Friendly Community Centre in Kaza

Spiti Projects wins Low Carbon Award at the United Nations Climate Change Conference for Construction of a Community Centre in Kaza HP India.

October 26, 2021
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Losar The Year of The Ox

Losar The Year of The Ox. Click to find out more about Losar as we welcome in the year of the Ox.

February 16, 2021
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Protection of Wildlife in Spiti – Himalayan Serow

Himalayan Serow, a goat antelope, was sighted and captured on camera for the first time in Spiti valley this winter.

January 29, 2021
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Spiti Sponsored Children Graduate

Spiti sponsored children graduate and head off to college! It’s with great pride that we are able to report that 3 of our sponsored children will graduate from 12th grade (the equivalent of ‘A’ levels) this year with excellent grades.

July 10, 2020
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Spiti Children Socially Distance

Schools are due to re-open to pupils in the Spiti Valley next month, but, in the meantime, the children are receiving tuition in their villages and, as you can see, are well versed in practising social distancing!

June 30, 2020
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Spiti Projects Newsletter 2020

Our 2020 Newsletter is here! Download our Spiti Projects 2020 Newsletter. Village life in the winter and snow leopard tourism.

April 28, 2020
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Grannies

In Spiti grannies are the backbone of the family. They are wise, they are calm. And have a fund of knowledge. They are teachers of the grandchildren and have time to cherish them with lots of love. Spiti grannies when they grow too old to work in the fields and help with the household tasks,…

March 6, 2020
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Losar Festival

Families prepare for Losar in advance as we do for Christmas. The homes are thoroughly cleaned and decorated with flowers and auspicious signs are painted in flour on the walls. Cedar and juniper branches are gathered for burning as incense. It is important that debts are settled, quarrels are resolved, new clothes are acquired and…

February 28, 2020
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