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£3,040raised of £16,000 target by 54 supporters

    Weʼve raised £3,040 to create a solid platform for kids and youth to learn outdoor education, in addition to providing them a channel to pursue it professionally.

    Pokhara, Mid-Western Development Region, Nepal
    Funded on Sunday, 30th July 2017

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    Story

    After much deliberation I have decided to take on one of the biggest challenges of my life by participating in the Great Himal Race (http://trailrunningnepal.org/trail-races/himal-race-2017/).

    The main goal for participating in the race is to raise funds for promoting outdoor education for children in rural and urban areas (in collaboration with schools). This will be a perfect opportunity to fill the gap left by the current Nepalese schooling curriculum.

    This is a cause I strongly believe in because I feel that Nepal’s current education system, consisting of 8 hours of back to back lessons inside a classroom, does not allow children sufficient environmental and outdoor education. There is no practical training on how to think independently, make decisions, take leadership, teamwork and most importantly, respect and appreciation for nature. Outdoor education aims to instil these skills and qualities via team building exercises, simulation scenarios, theoretical classes and field trips.

    The course will be run by a team of outdoor professionals under the leadership of Jagan Nath Timilsina, who is a certified backpacking instructor and wilderness first responder from the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) in the USA. We aim to reach 50 schools with each course hosting a group of 20 students.

    The course curriculum includes:
    Basic First Aid
    Self-Awareness
    Leadership
    Risk assessment and decision making
    Environmental Studies
    Basic Rock Climbing
    Basic Ice Climbing
    English terminology (for outdoors)

    Get the general overview of the project here: http://bit.ly/2pVgJqC

    The funds collected will be spent on purchasing equipment such as tents, sleeping bags, mattresses, backpacks, cooking pots, stoves, tarp covers, ropes, garden shovels, water containers, first aid kits, GPS devices, radios and repair kits. All students will be provided health insurance coverage.

    I firmly believe that together we can make this happen.

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    • Jagan Timilsina2 years ago
      Jagan Timilsina

      Jagan Timilsina

      2 years ago

      ITS OFFICIAL, I HAVE WON !! I am thankful and humbled by the experience running in the Great Himal Race, a 46-stage 1600Km race across the Nepali Himalayas. I completed the race in 315 hrs. and 11 min. Feel proud to be a winner of the race though it was definitely challenging and I had to push my self beyond my limit and comfort zone. It was a truly remarkable event, managed very well by Bruno Poirier and Base Camp Trekking, definitely not an easy feat to pull off. Thanks for an amazing time by amazing people I met at the race and the route.

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    • Jagan Timilsina2 years ago
      Jagan Timilsina

      Jagan Timilsina

      2 years ago

      Passing through Dolpo was incredible, to see the lifestyle and hardships of the people was a truly humbling experience.... those who intend to travel here, JUST DO IT.

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    • Jagan Timilsina2 years ago
      Jagan Timilsina

      Jagan Timilsina

      2 years ago

      A Farewell to Manaslu and moving towards the Annapurnas... ( Larke La Pass is the highest pass in the Manaslu Trail ) Keep following for more… and don’t forget to donate. #Jaganruns #Greathimalrace #Nepal ---

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    Supporters

    54

    • Sam Johnston

      Sam Johnston

      Jul 26, 2017

      £20.00

    • Vincent Minier

      Vincent Minier

      Jul 22, 2017

      Hi Brother!You are a great man. Thanks a lot for what you give to others, and what you gave to runners and me during this incredible Great Himal Race.Vincent

      £100.00

    • Paz Torres Faast

      Paz Torres Faast

      Jul 1, 2017

      Namaste Jagan!Hope little by little you get what you need for the project.paz.

      £20.00

    • Frank Nooteboom

      Frank Nooteboom

      Jun 29, 2017

      £20.00

    • Pat Cummins

      Pat Cummins

      Jun 28, 2017

      Well done Jagan, I can't believe you won the race. Everything you do is 100%. I wish I could give more but I have a baby due in 8 weeks with my girlfriend. I will support you whenever I can. x

      £50.00

    • Better Places

      Better Places

      Jun 24, 2017

      I'm impressed Jagan. Well done! We really like your initiative and wish you all the luck to make it happen. Better Places to live in and Better Places to visit

      £900.00

    • Michael Berkelmans

      Michael Berkelmans

      Jun 22, 2017

      £30.00

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    Jagan Timilsina

    Jagan Timilsina

    Pokhara, Mid-Western Development Region, Nepal

    Jagan has climbed more than 25 Peaks including Mt.Everest. He is an Outdoor instructor at NOLS, USA. His next challenge is the Great Himal Race with a commitment to raise funds for promoting outdoor education for youth in Nepal. Visit: www.jagantimilsina.com

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