and in Nepal life continues… albeit on foot

Felt boots and stilettos

I have spent today helping my colleagues write a grant to try and get funding to set up a midday meal program, community kitchen and community garden in a poor rural village affected greatly by the earthquake. My colleagues and the students care deeply for their broader Nepali community. Their only impetus for doing this work is to try and help their fellow citizens improve their own lives. They don’t get paid extra for it. They just care.

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