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Events and Announcements from the Blog

Jul
09

2015

Here is a small glimpse of some of the beautiful children

MountainChild has been working in Nubri for many years, and many of our RANCH graduates are from this area. After the earthquake, it has been reported for the remote mountainous regions that 80-90% of structures collapsed or were severely damaged. Unfortunately this included Nubri.
However, the people of Nubri have been actively rebuilding, and we have been doing all we can to help them through this process. As the people of Nubri climb into bed tonight, here is a small glimpse of some of the beautiful children who will be staying dry under one of the tents we were able to deliver.
Thank you for helping us #CarryHope. We could not do this without you!

Jul
05

2015

We are thrilled to share that our tents have officially been set up

The United Nations Children’s Fund has estimated that nearly 1 million children have been severely affected by the earthquake. For a child, the routine of going to school is crucial to help them feel that life is returning to normal. It also protects them from violence and trafficking, and allows their parents to continue working in their village.
We are thrilled to share that our tents have officially been set up to be used as schools in Sama, Ghap, Samdo and Shyala! Thank you for helping us ‪#‎CarryHope‬ to the beautiful children of the Himalayas!
Together we can ‪#‎RebuildNepal‬! Join us at http://www.MountainChild.org/wp/donate

Jun
16

2015

we have finally received our large order of tents

After being held up at customs for more than 3 weeks, we are excited to announce that we have finally received our large order of tents to deliver to the schools in Nubri! These tents will provide much needed shelter from the monsoon rains, and allow students to return to school! Thank you to all of our supporters who helped make this possible! This is what your donations are doing!

Jun
06

2015

MountainChild has flown 42 helicopter trips

MountainChild has flown 42 helicopter trips to the mountains in the last 30 days to deliver food and shelter and do assessments in remote villages! We couldn’t be doing this without the generosity of our amazing partners. Thank you so much for helping us make an impact in the lives of the Nepali people who have lost so much. In the face of destruction, there is always hope! #CarryHope #RebuildNepal

To join the response, you can donate at http://www.mountainchild.org/wp/donate

Jun
03

2015

Nepal faces in the effort to regain normalcy

This article talks about the painstaking process that Nepal faces in the effort to regain normalcy. Schools officially reopened Sunday, but it will not look the same as it used to. Most schools will be held in tents, many students who lost homes or family members may not be able to return and teachers who have faced similar tragedy may not return as well.
However, we have hope that Nepal will come out of this disaster stronger than before. We are confident that these beautiful people will overcome, and we will stand next to them in an effort to help ‪#‎RebuildNepal‬ no matter how long it takes. Join us at http://www.mountainchild.org/wp/donate.

http://www.usatoday.com/…/month-after-nepal-earth…/28057427/

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