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Plymouth teen to embark on Nepal aid project

A Plymouth teen will be embarking on an expedition to Nepal to help those in need as part of a charity project. Alana Butcher from Yealmpton approached her college with a proposal which would see the 19-year-old travel to either Nepal or Everest base camp to volunteer and give back to the local communities in need. The Coombe Dean sixth from st... Read more

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Tansley pensioner’s knitting sent to Nepal needy

A Tansley woman has joined forces with Matlock Rotary Club to send hand-knitted jumpers to victims of the Nepal earthquake. Ann Lomas, 75, of The Knoll, heard on local radio about Rotary International's involvement with the Nepal appeal and contacted them about sending her hand-knitted woollen jumpers to those in need. John Shipman, of Matlock ... Read more

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Triathlete scales heights to help women in Nepal

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — You just never know where life is going to take you.If Albuquerque's Christine Glidden had not struggled scaling Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro a few years ago, she would not be working so hard today on a project to benefit young women in Nepal. Glidden's project, Women to Be, delivers feminine hygiene products to girls in refuge... Read more

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Scots firefighter leads team back to Nepal to help quake victims

FIREFIGHTER John Aitchison tells of the devastation he witnessed on a life-changing relief effort in Nepal's worst-affected villages and towns. IT was nothing out of the ordinary when firefighter John Aitchison's pager bleeped on a damp spring morning in April. But the emergency he was being called to attend changed his life. As a dedicated me... Read more

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Doug Scott pledges £25,000 Nepal donation will be put to good use

Britain's first Everest summiteer has pledged a massive donation to the effort to rebuild Nepal after this year's earthquakes will be spent properly. Doug Scott who, along with Dougal Haston, was the first Briton to successfully climb the world's highest mountain, collected a cheque for almost £25,000 at the Kendal Mountain Festival on Saturday.... Read more

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Sherpas Are Taking Control of Climbing in Nepal

Since well before Tenzing Norgay Sherpa made the first ascent of Everest in 1953 with Sir Edmund Hillary, Sherpas have been an essential part of Nepal's climbing culture—typically as the guys supporting Westerners rather than the leaders of their own expeditions. But that appears to be changing. In May 2014, the Nepalese government opened 104 ne... Read more

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