Connecting around the table

When your friends travel faround the world, you make them feel welcome! 

Dr. Prakash Tyagi was in town last week, so Thousand Currents supporters, members of the Young Professionals Group, and staff met in San Francisco to connect with him and make him feel at home. We gathered for an intimate dinner to hear about the latest work of one of Thousand Currents’ longest-standing partners, GRAVIS in Rajasthan, India.

Below are some photos from the night together.*

Prakash (right) arrives and greets long-term Thousand Currents supporters and his old friends, Susan Kahn and David Kaskowitz (left).
Thousand Currents' Hafsa Mustafa (standing) greets our guests to the dinner and welcomes Prakash (right side, smiling at camera).
Prakash (center, blue shirt) is a medical doctor, activist, leader, practitioner of community development from the bottom up. Guests were pleased to learn from his powerful efforts.
Guests shared their reactions to GRAVIS' work, which is founded on the Gandhian principles of sarvodaya (self-determination) and "last people first."
Young Professionals Group members Seema Arora, Manu Multani, and George Otiono share a laugh.
We were honored to host GRAVIS, which has been Thousand Currents' partner for almost 25 years!
Life is always sweeter with good friends!

*Photos by Dino Foxx of Thousand Currents.

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