Author: wpadmin

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22 Dec SOS Himalayan Children

LET’S SECURE THEIR FUTURE IN THIS MOMENT THE CHILDREN OF JAJARKOT AND RUKUM WEST, REMOTE NORTH-WESTERN AREAS OF NEPAL, ARE EXPERIENCING A REAL EMERGENCY. MANY OF THEM ARE NOW HOMELESS, DON’T HAVE ENOUGH FOOD AND ACCESS TO SAFE EDUCATION   On November 3 2023, an earthquake of 6.4 magnitude  struck these regions, causing 157 deaths, 349...

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06 Nov SOS Earthquake in Nepal

Nepal was hit by a very severe earthquake on Friday, 3 November 2023, particularly affecting the districts of Jajarkot and Rukum West, in the north-west of the country. To date there have been 157 dead, 349 injured, 17.792 homes completely destroyed and another 17.529 damaged. There are 300 damaged...

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20 Feb HAPPY #LOSAR 2023!

Losar, the Tibetan New Year, has finally arrived! Losar (ལོ་གསར་ lo gsar) is the Tibetan New Year. Literally, It means new (ལོ་ lo) year (གསར་ gsar). This year it will fall on February 21, the day of the new moon, and the celebrations will last for over...

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25 Sep #Nepal Diary of Mission by Giovanni

Read below the diary of mission by Giovanni Bombieri, forestry expert who left in June to Nepal for the project Langtang National Park, Environmental Preservation.  Giovanni left as trainer and representative of the Forest Association of Trentino (project partner) together with Fabrizio Calovi, of the Trentino...

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29 Dec ‘Nepal Stories’ virtual photo exhibition

'Nepal Stories' virtual photo exhibition is finally online! The photographer and journalist Thibault Gregoire tells two of our projects funded by the Autonomous Province of Bolzano. from 29 December to 29 January -  Click here to visit the exhibition! Thibault Gregoire is a Belgian journalist specialising in development cooperation, he has worked for...

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02 Dec #NOTONLYINTIBET Support Tibetan Refugees

The Tibetan population is risking more and more everyday to lose their own identity, language and culture. It is important to support the Tibetan communities who live in exile, in remote areas and in very difficult conditions in safeguarding their millenial tradition and spirituality.   Tibetan refugee...

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