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Huge thanks to all took home a @KathmanduGear red panda. You helped raise $27,620 - giving the gift of education to thousands of children in Nepal. Thanks to you, talented teachers and eager students will have the resources and training they need to succeed!
Give the red panda that gives back this Christmas thanks to Kathmandu. https://www.kathmandu.co.nz/new-zealand-himalayan-trust-donation.html …
“Friends are as important as achievement, ..teamwork is the one key to success and that selfishness only makes a man small. No man, on a mountain or elsewhere, gets more out of anything than he puts into it. Be great, make others great.” —Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, Tiger of the Snows
Say #hello to #MāoriLanguageWeek. Better still, say ‘kia ora’! #KiaOra is the Māori equivalent for Hello, or Namaste. This informal greeting is used all over NZ, and can be used to wish someone well, thank someone, greet a friend or sign off an email.
My reflections on the legacy of Sir Edmund Hillary in #Solukhumbu region of #Nepal🇳🇵in a video recorded for @Himalayan_Trust event celebrating centenary of his birth: a lifetime of dedication to #humandevelopment & environment. @lisachoegyal @NZinIndia