Gary Spanovich with Tibetan refugee childrena nd the camp administrato
Muslim, Hindu, Christian leaders speaking at a Agra peace conference on the importance of interfaith dialogue.
Gary Spanovich has gone on 12 humanitarian mission to India; has traveled the entire country, and has worked with schools for street children in Hanuman Junction, Eluru, and Hyderabad. As well as a number of Tibetan Refugee camps in India. He goes there regularly and takes tours of people on both meditation and humanitarian service work. He has been awarded two rotary international travel grants for this work and been awarded three international matching rants to purchase three ambulance vehicles for the Tibetan refugee camps; Dalhousie, Satuan, and Herpbur.