Stop Making Paper Orphans of Nepal Children

 
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May 21, 2012

Volunteer Journalist published in Nepal paper

Article from The Reporter
Article from The Reporter

Valeska, a volunteer at Mountain Fund recently visited Orchid Garden and shared her experience in an article she submitted to The Reporter. The article entitled " A day care that changes lives" ran as a full page piece with 2 photos in May. The reporter is a weekly news publication in Nepal. The copy of the article we received as an attachment to an email is, I'm afraid, nearly unreadable unless you have extraordinary vision. However, if you work on a Mac, as I do, you can open it with preview, then under the tools menu select "show magnifier" and you will be able to read it just fine. I'm sorry I have no idea what the comparable actions might be on a p.c.

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The Mountain Fund

Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
http://www.mountainfund.org

Project Leader

Scott MacLennan

International Director
Albuquerque, New Mexico United States

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