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A Tibetan refugee leads a Mustang village towards accessible education

Tenzin Chomphel first came to the village of Ghiling in upper Mustang in 1959. Little did he know then that decades later, his life’s work would be to see the village prosper. A Tibetan refugee leads a Mustang village towards accessible education
Maitri Ratna Nepal, an organisation Tenzin Chomphel helped establish, has transformed Ghiling’s only school from a two-room decrepit facility to one with a hostel, a science lab, a library, a volleyball court, and a basketball court.  Marissa Taylor
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Marissa Taylor
Published at : September 3, 2022
Updated at : September 3, 2022 07:39
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Marissa Taylor

Marissa Taylor is a Kathmandu-based journalist. She mostly writes on environment, biodiversity conservation and public health.


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