We visited Gobre, where the school will be rebuilt. Thanks to you guys, the money has been raised. It’s going to be next to impossible to get bamboos up here, but the decision has been made to continue the work – thanks to Kushal Harjani and a group of incredible volunteers.
This little girl has an infection on her face and the locals put some ointment on it. Dr. Priyansa checked her out and cleaned her up, giving instructions to the school principal and her grandfather on how to maintain the wounds. Her father is dead and her mother left the village with another husband, so she is being looked after by her grandfather.
And then of course there is the mountain goats…
These two were “at school” even thought it was not open, and the building is deemed dangerous and about to be knocked down. It’s one thing I have seen here consistently – kids want to learn. They want to be in school.
If there is one man you want by your side traveling to remote places in Nepal, it’s this guy – Tashi Tanzing Sherpa, a brilliant mountaineer, trekker, adventurer and philanthropist. Check out his and Mrs. Bandi Nima Sherpa’s incredible foundation The Nepal Green Tara Foundation. They have been helping kids in incredible ways and are helping us however they can, donating tents, tarps, food and time.