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Category Archives: voluntourism
*with gratitude to Sydney Frymire for use of TTOYL as my title for this post! Guest post by: Susie Sutherland I returned two weeks ago from my month long trip to Nepal. The experience – deep and wide – has … Continue reading
Guest post: Susie Sutherland A quick post this evening. I spent the day on a plane from San Francisco to D.C., and tomorrow my mother, Carol, and I will fly from DC via Dubai to Kathmandu, Nepal. We are going … Continue reading
One of the options we’ve discussed is the import of a manual brick making machine (s) that would be invaluable to Dadagaun (and indeed other villagers) so that they can recycle the original mud bricks that they have in their … Continue reading
Go Philanthropic seleced Dadagaun Village School and Orphanage as a project-below is an update from Steve, in Nepal. We are trying assess the needs and requirements which I am sure you will appreciate are many. There are almost 50 houses … Continue reading
Our next voluntourism group is going to Nepal October 21, 2014. We’re returning to volunteer in Dadagaun Village School and orphanage in the foothills surrounding Kathmandu. Enough money was raised to use Nepalese music and dance to enhance the school … Continue reading