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Posts by Topic: Disaster Recovery

Emergency Tibetan medical camps

Despite injuries and ailments, the mood was heartfelt at the emergency medical camp we held for the Tibetan community in Boudha.

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Kahule, part 2: special delivery

Three miracles happened: the road to Kahule was free of landslides, tarps became available, and we found a truck to bring them to our women's co-op five hours outside of Kathmandu.

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15,000 pounds of relief

It took a week for the road to Kahule to open and the first rescue teams to reach them, but they were still desperately short of food.

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At the foot of Everest

Peter Hillary was just two miles south of Everest Basecamp when the earthquake struck.

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All in the family

In Mahadev, 47 STOP Girl Trafficking students and their families are thankful for more than just their blue bags of emergency rations.

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A bit of good news

After so much bad news, we were were delighted to get this email from our partner, Child Haven.

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Class dismissed, for now

The schools are closed for now, but that hasn't deterred students in Panchkhal from getting some important lessons in health and hygiene along with relief supplies.

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A visit to Kavre

Charu and Namrata visited Patlekhet and Pusrathunka villages to check in with our SGT girls in this earthquake-ravaged area.

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Langtang

Tsedo met with Ugen Tsering from Langtang village, and finally got some information on the families in the Langtang region after the quake.

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Bigu Nunnery

In the year of the great earthquake of Nepal in 1934, a Drukpa Lama from Bhutan built the Tashi Chime Gatsal Nunnery so that women could also learn and find inspiration. 81 years later, another earthquake has demolished the nunnery.

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