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We finally have Dawa our Bright Futures of Bardia in country representative from Kathmandu on site.

He is there working with the local team and all aspects of the project.

We are so thrilled to see this video he shared of the students at assembly this morning… their voices bring us so much joy ❤️🎶😊

It’s so easy to forget just how much has been done since our project started.

Seeing their faces and hearing their voices is always such inspiration to keep doing whatever it takes to create for them a brighter future. 🌟🌟🌟
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Amazing!!

This is so good to see.

UPDATE 📣

As of today, we have raised $3,405.
We still have a long way to go but we know we will reach our goal soon, with your help.

Thank you to everyone who already donated. Every amount is much appreciated.❤️

Scan the QR code to donate or click on the link below:
safeclassroomsbardia.raisely.com
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UPDATE 📣

As of today, we have raised $3,405. 
We still have a long way to go but we know we will reach our goal soon, with your help. 

Thank you to everyone who already donated. Every amount is much appreciated.❤️

Scan the QR code to donate or click on the link below:
https://safeclassroomsbardia.raisely.com

We at Bright Futures of Bardia love when local leaders step up to create sustainable initiatives that are not only good for the economy, they are also good for consumers and for the environment.

Conservation Honey is part of an alternative livelihood program designed to give sustainable income to people living in areas with abundant wildlife and are at risk of conflict with these animals.

Plus you get to eat delicious honey!

There will be a comprehensive update on Conservation Honey at the start of Year of the Tiger - 2022,. It will include progress on the use of biological fences to reduce crop raiding by elephants.

Conservation Honey Nepal made by Sarswoti Pachupanchi, a west Nepal based firm in association with the Katie Adamson Conservation Fund.

Keep up the great work
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We at Bright Futures of Bardia love when local leaders step up to create sustainable  initiatives that are not only good for the economy, they are also good for consumers and for the environment.

Conservation Honey is part of an alternative livelihood program designed to give sustainable income to people living in areas with abundant wildlife and are at risk of conflict with these animals. 

Plus you get to eat delicious honey! 

There will be a comprehensive update on Conservation Honey at the start of Year of the Tiger - 2022,. It will include progress on the use of biological fences to reduce crop raiding by elephants.

https://m.facebook.com/conservationhoney.np made by Sarswoti Pachupanchi, a west Nepal based firm in association with the Katie Adamson Conservation Fund.

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