Monthly Archives: November 2019

Hope & Spice Cookbook launched at British High Commissioner’s Residence

It was such a wonderful evening on 30th October at the launch of Hope & Spice in Delhi at the British High Commission! In a garden filled with twinkling lights, Dr. Kiran Martin introduced the authors of the cookbook- Ms. Amanda Clegg and Ms. Victoria Byrne to the audience and mentioned the painstaking effort undertaken…
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Trinity College hosts a morning tea to support Asha

Trinity College students have been enthusiastically supporting the work of Dr Kiran Martin and the Asha Society by visiting Delhi to volunteer over the summer break. This strong connection is now to be expanded to include financial support with the launch of their ‘giving circle’. On 24th October, Trinity College was proud to be able…
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Diwali celebration at the Australian Club by Australian Friends of ASHA

The Australian Friends of ASHA held a Diwali celebration at the Australian Club, melbourne on Friday Octber 25th. The event was attended by 120 guests and friends of ASHA and the catering was provided by Celebrity Chef Mr Adam D'Sylva who has two iconic restaurants in Melbourne, Tonka (Indian inspired) and Coda. The Convenor of…
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Hope and Spice Cookbook launched in India

Eleven months, twelve slum communities, women home chefs and their recipes together helped to create ‘Hope and Spice’. This has been a true labour of love by the enthusiastic duo Amanda Clegg and Victoria Byrne. ‘Hope and Spice’ was officially launched in India on Oct 30th at the British High Commission. This event was graciously covered and featured…
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