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Yak Blankets have arrived

I just received a shipment of 50 blankets this afternoon.  I am down to 42, and it has only been 8 hours. Price is $35 each.  $10 for shipping for the first two, and $5 for each one thereafter. I will ship after I receive payment.  Send your payment via the donate online button the website.  […]
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May 2017 Update

Suffering before a missions trip…yeah, that is the ticket!

Not an Annapurna 100 update

Five months out-here is the plan. Click to read more.

Holiday Gift Giving via The Nepal Project

Many of you are buying gifts this time of year, and Amazon has a specific Nepal Project link that contains curated lists of popular products.  Use our link to buy those gifts, and we get a portion of the order.  Your price is the same as if you bought it directly from the Amazon home […]
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The cost of success is a Himalayan Ultra Marathon

Come, run the Himalaya with us…or walk it, at least!

Teacher Training Complete

A story from the heart..

Ahead of Schedule

We help the people of the Dang Valley of Nepal by improving their educational system. Read how.

Teacher Training Update

Good news on the training update!  It is scheduled to start on 15 September.  There will be 26 teachers involved:  10 pre-primary and 16 primary school teachers. Expect photos, as it rolls out! This is how the world gets changed…one project in one community, at a time.

Teacher Training in Dang

The Nepal Project has a need for teacher training for the staff of Madan Bhandari School (MBS).  After receiving solar power and computers from our efforts, they have concluded that the teachers needs training as to how to best integrate these ideas into their curriculum. The MBS board has decided that they want to holistically […]
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Post Earthquake Update

I have received many questions from Americans and some updates from Nepalese that I want to share. As many of you have heard on the media, there were a series of Earthquakes that centered in Nepal.  The USGS measured them to be 7.8 in magnitude…that makes these quakes about 16 times more powerful than the […]
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