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Final day for Pro Wolfgang to visit our aid Relief work that NGTF

Today was our final day for our Pro Wolfgang to visit our aid Relief work that NGTF had committed after the earthquake in nepal for the last 4 months . WE visited Sindipalchok district village of Botelamlang and home of Maya Gurung ( First Seven Summit Nepali Lady to have climbed Everest and 4 other summits of the continent.

Together with Wolfie 's friends Rudi , Segi and Marco our camera man joined us to a warm welcome to the village. The main reason for visit to this area is that NepalHilfe Tirol with the help of NGTF will be funding to build a new school for this beautiful students.

There school is completely damaged inside and outside by the devastating earthquake . They are now studying at the temporary school built with Bamboo and tin roof.

Maya gave a beautiful and very emotional speech about here village that suffered at the time of the earthquake where 39 people died in this village and this area was one of the worst hit by the earthquake .The epicentre was right in this area.

After a beautiful dance presented by the student we visited the damaged school and our Prof Wolfgang was very sad and very touched by the village folks and the students where NepalHilfe Tirol will contribute funds to NGTF to work hand in hand to help built a new school for this Village. We are all very delighted and would like to THANK NEPALHILFE TIROL for their ongoing support to NGTF for their hard work to fight Poverty with Education in the remote villages of Nepal.

Once again my wife Nima and I the founder of the NGTF would like to take this opportunity to Thank our Dear Friend Pro Wolfgang and his team for all the support and the funds for the earthquake relief work in nepal.

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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