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Published on 12/06/2015
Roshani (right) with her family in front of their makeshift tent.
Roshani Bogati Sarki is a class 9 student of Shree Shringery Community School, Lamatar. She lives with her mom, Ganga and her younger sister Rami. 
Published on 12/06/2015
A Nepalese-flavored benefit featuring food, artwork and live music at the Olde Silk Mill in Fredericksburg on Sunday will raise money for victims of the April 25 earthquake that left 8,000 dead and hundreds of thousands homeless.
Published on 11/06/2015
Campaign to raise 1,000 shelters for Nepal Earthquake victims, supported by the Global Peace Foundation
A little more than a month since the 7.8 Richter scale earthquake shook Nepal leaving more than 8.500 dead, tens of thousands injured and over one hundred thousand displaced, the nation must brace for its next challenge - monsoon season.
Published on 03/06/2015
Non-permanent shelters for Nepali refugee
“The greatest faith is born in the hour of despair.  When we can see no hope and no way out, then faith rises and brings the victory.” –Lee RobertsonSecretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki Moon paid tribute to the victims of Nepal’s earthquake victims at a speci
Published on 01/06/2015
David Caprara, local Virginian fromSpotsylvania,  and vice-president at the Global Peace Foundation is at the helm of an upcoming Fredericksburg benefit to raise money for Nepal earthquake victims.
Published on 28/05/2015
#RiseNepal volunteers, a volunteer coordination effort supported by the Global Peace Foundation and members of the Asia Pacific Peace and Development Service Alliance, with the special support of Byond from the United Kingdom visited Chhaimale Village Nepal to build specially designed transitiona
Published on 27/05/2015