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£4,565
raised of £4,000 target by 60 supporters

    Weʼve raised £4,565 to build temporary learning centres

    Thulo Sirubari, Central Region, Nepal
    Funded on Wednesday, 15th July 2015

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    The earthquake in April destroyed 32,145 classrooms. We want to support Ram Puri in a sponsored trail run to build 12 temporary learning centres in his district, Sindhupalchowk, so children can go back to school.

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    • Joanna Morrison and Jimi Oostrum5 years ago
      Joanna Morrison and Jimi Oostrum

      Joanna Morrison and Jimi Oostrum

      5 years ago
      Update from the Page owner

      Thank you so much. We have been able to fulfill our commitment to Ram and the people of Sindhupalchowk, and also been able to provide communities with the means to make school uniforms for kids. We will continue to support Ram and others, so please be in touch if you want to do anything further to support victims of the earthquake. Another way to support would be to come to Nepal on holiday! There are many great places which were not affected by the earthquake and desperately need your business. We can link you with some great local tour agencies. We hope to see you in Nepal soon. Best wishes, Jo and Jimi

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    • Joanna Morrison and Jimi Oostrum5 years ago
      Joanna Morrison and Jimi Oostrum

      Joanna Morrison and Jimi Oostrum

      5 years ago

      Dear friends, thank you for your donations. Please check that your donation has been taken from your bank - some didn't come through for some reason

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    • Joanna Morrison and Jimi Oostrum5 years ago
      Joanna Morrison and Jimi Oostrum

      Joanna Morrison and Jimi Oostrum

      5 years ago

      Money for sewing machines & material to make uniforms. $4/8 a set without/with shoes. Supporting the local economy & getting back to normal. Thank you

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    • Joanna Morrison and Jimi Oostrum5 years ago
      Joanna Morrison and Jimi Oostrum

      Joanna Morrison and Jimi Oostrum

      5 years ago

      http://trailrunningnepal.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Ensuring-Education-in-post-disaster-Sindupalchok.pdf You might be interested to read this.

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    5 years ago

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    Page last updated on: 7/17/2015 01.43

    Supporters

    60

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Jul 15, 2015

      £100.00

    • Ryna Sherazi

      Ryna Sherazi

      Jul 15, 2015

      Sorry it took ages to get around to. Good work you lot. Can't wait to hear about it all.

      £100.00

    • Graeme Kerr

      Graeme Kerr

      Jul 14, 2015

      £10.00

    • Sukhshant Atti

      Sukhshant Atti

      Jul 13, 2015

      £25.74

    • Sukhshant Atti

      Sukhshant Atti

      Jul 13, 2015

      £25.74

    • Jason Manzella

      Jason Manzella

      Jul 13, 2015

      £3.21

    • Lauren Manzon

      Lauren Manzon

      Jul 13, 2015

      £3.21

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    Joanna Morrison and Jimi Oostrum

    Joanna Morrison and Jimi Oostrum

    Thulo Sirubari, Central Region, Nepal

    Jo is a researcher and trail runner, living in Nepal working to develop research capacity and improve health in rural areas. Jimi is a trail runner and education specialist living in Nepal and working in support of the Government of Nepal, Ministry of Education.

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