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A light at the end of the tunnel

Bakhang Nunnery in Sindhupalchowk, near the Tibet border, was home to 212 nuns, ranging in age from 19 to 98. Many of the nuns were Tibetan refugees who escaped to Nepal to study dharma unhindered.

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Journeys through Lo

Upper Mustang, the former Kingdom of Lo, is a time capsule of Tibetan Buddhist culture, with sacred sites dating back to the 15th century.

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Back in Sindhupalchowk: new books, new school!

After the earthquake, AHF delivers supplies to the badly damaged Krisha Ratna Ganga High School.

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Mime over matter

AHF's Bruce Moore explores the resiliency of Upper Mustang in the face of a devastating earthquake.

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The hidden toll of living with disability in Nepal

HRDC works tirelessly to rebuild the confidence and social skills of their patients.

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Nun too soon

The nuns of Keydong have survived an occupation, a landslide, and now an earthquake.

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More temporary learning centers = more TLC

In the quake-ravaged district of Sindhupalchowk, an estimated 80% of homes were destroyed and almost 2,000 lives were lost. We've ‘adopted’ seven public schools there.

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Forecast: 80 degrees and sunny

As a tribute to His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s 80th birthday, AHF started the 80 4 80 program to send 80 Tibetans to earn a college degree. Here are some of their stories.

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Smarts and heart: twelve village heroines

12 young women from Lalitpur, all STOP Girl Trafficking grads, had enough of living in cramped shacks made from the rubble of their homes. That’s when they sent us their big idea.

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A huge thanks to all of the schools that did fundraisers on our behalf!

A huge thanks to all the schools that did fundraisers on our behalf to help Nepal!

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