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Earthquake aid relief work - May 1

We have just arrived from Thame to Kathmandu . Very tired but very relief and happy that we could bring smile back in the village .




2nd phase we head to our school village tomorrow with nearly 7000 kg of food and shelter to support the 300 houses that have been flatten .. It's also our first school that we have build through our foundation .. So here we go again to help the village of Sundardevi and Bangari.




For more information from our blog of NGTF my uncles , Norbu , Jamling and DHAMEY tenzing will be helping with Thame villages including Chainakpa to rebuilt the lives of our beautiful people and our families who live in khumbu .




I want to also thank Amelie Hillary , grand daughter of sir Edmund Hillary who is my neighbour in KTM for her contribution of blankets tents etc that she brought from Australia ... Thank u Amelie .




 Our Nepal Green Tara Foundation and Yeti Mountain Homes relief team at work. As soon as we heard the news about the situation in Thame it really disturbed us and we got into action and headed on our way to Thame Vilage.




Logistically it seemed close to impossible to get to Thame in the middle of a natural disaster affecting the entire country. With a 7.9 rector scale earthquake that physically rocked the country and had a devestating effect that killed over 5000 people and many more injured (these are rough estimates from news). In Thame over 130 houses were destroyed.and 2 lives lost in upper Thame teng .



We would like to personally thank all our donors on behalf of NGTF who have contributed funds to village of Upper and lower thame in Solu Khumbu.




Tashi Tenzing

Tashi was born in Darjeeling, India on 30 Nov, 1965 - youngest son of Pem Pem who is Tenzing Norgay's eldest daughter. Tenzing, with Sir Edmund Hillary, made the first ascent of Everest on 29th May 1953. Tashi's mother is also a climber. She was a member of the 1959 International Women's Expedition to Cho Oyu, in Nepal - the 7th highest mountain in the world - an expedition which ended tragically in the death of two climbers.


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