FEROZE DADA AND THE CHILDREN OF THE REVOLUTION

Welcome to the Inle Trust Newsletter – September 2018

So much has happened in 2018 ……..and still only halfway through the year

Ko Yin Mineral Water Sales Team

Education Centre            go beyond even ones imagination because there is no limit’.  Phongyi
A great team can move mountains………The funds raised at the Joseph Calleja opera last year made the dream of setting up an Education Centre for the 300 grade 10 children and a teachers training centre not just come true but beyond. Thank you Joseph Calleja, Shirish Saraf, Charterhouse School and each & everyone who supported.

From concept to reality within one year……..


Reality ….
a big thank you to the building dream team: Kyi Hlaing “Ting”, Phongyi, Perry Moe, 
Than Zin Oo …….

Opening Ceremony July 30th 2018
Attended by the sponsors: Maral Sivzattian & Haitham Abdulkarim from Dubai representing Samena Foundation, and Feroze Dada from The Inle Trust, London.



Grade 10 brand new Class Rooms


The Charterhouse teachers’ team arrived on 4th August …….Ben Cahil-Nicholls, Annabel Hawkins
Alice Brooking, Martina Boggian, & Mark Begbie

 The Student Monastery Teachers……class of 2018

Selling Ko Yin Mineral Water door to door: 
What a great experience to go out on the Lake as a water salesman from hotel to hotel selling Ko Yin Mineral Water…….people loved the taste of the mineral water and the story and the team returned with a handful of orders and commitments.
The Royal Palace……                                                  
the best restaurant on the Lake  


Inle Garden Hotel

  Villa Inle Resort & spa    

The Inle Heritage

And in London…
The Book Launch at Watkins Bookshop London on 3rd July Children of the Revolution –new edition revised and fully updated
Please order online from www.inletrust.org.uk, Also available at Watkins Bookshop, London, Amazon, Waterstones Piccadilly, Myanmar Book Centre Yangon & Yayvo online Pakistan etc.






FEROZE DADA’S INTERVIEW WITH SARA TROY HERE 

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