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No school in Syabru

The Tibetan settlement of Syabrubesi, gateway of the famous Langtang trek, has been pummeled by earthquakes and landslides. Relocating may be the only hope for students there to continue their studies.

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One month on

AHF Regional Director Bruce Moore reflects on the situation in Nepal, one month after everything changed.

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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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Some happy campers in spite of it all

Our partner HRDC has been conducting field clinics in the hardest-hit areas. Two weeks after the first quake, Bruce visited the village of Jyamire, the fourth out of 20 planned camps.

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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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