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Oxygen for life in Nepal

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Oxygen for life in Nepal

People are dying due to lack of oxygen in Nepal

People are dying due to a shortage of oxygen in Nepal. The Covid infection rate in Nepal is growing even faster than India's as a percent of the population. The single most effective, lifesaving treatment is oxygen, but Nepal doesn't have anywhere near enough oxygen. 

General Support for The Mountain Fund

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General Support for The Mountain Fund

General Support for Mountain Fund

Help support The Mountain Fund for all the work it does. 

Cleaning Up Mount Everest by The Mount Everest Foundation

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Cleaning Up Mount Everest by The Mount Everest Foundation

Cleaning up Mount Everest in Nepal

With so many visitors each year and so many expeditions on the mountain, keeping the environment clean has become a pressing issue. Human waste now poses a serious health risk to locals. “When water seeps through the ground, it looks clean because it’s filtered through the soil. But it has a lot of pathogens due to human waste, which makes it unsafe for the local community,” says Mike Marsolek, associate professor at Seattle University, who is working on the project jointly with Bed Mani Dahal of Kathmandu University.

The idea to find a solution was first conceived around a decade ago. Dan Mazur, a Hillary Medal recipient and a mountain guide who leads expeditions up Everest, was all too aware of the impending problem, ever since commercial expeditions took off in the early ’90s. According to The Himalayan Database, while there were 77 successful ascents between 1985 and 1989, that figure escalated to 634 in 2015-17. Add to that the expedition support staff, and Everest sees a civilisation at base camp during the climbing season each year. Mazur got together with Garry Porter from Engineers Without Borders to conceptualize a biodigester that could convert the human waste into methane gas, which could be used by the local community for cooking.

The Everest Biogas Project has received the endorsement of the UIAA Mountain Protection Award, has been featured in The Economist, on CNN, in the Washington Post, and on Thurston Talks. After extensive research and perfection of the design, the Biogas team are fully engaged in raising awareness of, and funds for construction of the facility near Everest Base Camp in 2019. Please give generously to help deal with harmful impacts of untreated waste on Everest, and please share this appeal with all of your family, colleagues and friends Need more information? Please read down further and contact info@MountEverestFoundation.org . Website: www.CleaningUpMountEverest.org

Help for Sherpas during Covid by The Mount Everest Foundation

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Help for Sherpas during Covid by The Mount Everest Foundation

All of the Sherpas lost their job this season, due to the closure of Everest because of COVID

All of the Sherpas lost their job this season, due to the closure of Everest because of Corona Virus Covid-19.
We are requesting compassionate people like you to give what you can. Any amount will help no amount is too large or too small. 

 

The Mount Everest Foundation for Sustainable Development in Nepal & Tibet

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The Mount Everest Foundation for Sustainable Development in Nepal & Tibet

Support Community-Based Initiatives in Nepal

The Mount Everest Foundation works with local community agencies and partnerships to alleviate severe poverty in Nepal. Through sustainable community-based initiatives, the Foundation has built schools, staffed clinics, restored dilapidated cultural centers and invested in Nepal's most valuable resource: its people.

Dante's Story: The Fight for Deaf Rights in Peru

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Dante's Story: The Fight for Deaf Rights in Peru

Documentary Fundraiser

Please help fund this necessary awareness-raising documentary that shows issues with and proposes solutions for Deaf rights in Peru, through interviews with prominent deaf adults and deaf educators in Lima and Cusco. The documentary centerpiece is the compelling story of Holly's adopted deaf son from Q'eros, and his awakening in life after learning language only at age 7.

The Filmmaker: Holly Wissler, originally from Iowa, is an applied ethnomusicologist and adventure travel guide residing in Cusco, Peru. She dedicates herself to collaborative projects with the Quechua Q’eros of highland Peru, and the near-extinct Wachiperi people of the Harakbut linguistic family in the Amazon rainforest foothills of the Madre de Dios river basin. Holly is regular guest lecturer for National Geographic, Coltur Peruana de Turismo Tour Agency, and various U.S. academic study abroad programs.

Products

Kusisqa Waqashayku DVD: $35.00

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From Grief and Joy We Sing - The Musical Rituals of Q'eros, Peru.
The Quechua community of Q'eros in the Andes of southeast Peru is renowned for traditional music, weaving, and spiritual rituals that many other Andean comunities no longer practice.

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Kusisqa Waqashayku DVD: $75.00

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From Grief and Joy We Sing - The Musical Rituals of Q'eros, Peru.
The Quechua community of Q'eros in the Andes of southeast Peru is renowned for traditional music, weaving, and spiritual rituals that many other Andean comunities no longer practice.

Price includes a $5.00 shipping and handling fee.

 
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