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Bright Futures of Bardia

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Time is one of life’s most precious resources.

When we give someone our time, our attention and our presence they can feel seen, heard and valued.

Something as simple as me taking a look at this little girl’s gorgeous drawings clearly supports her to feel valued…her smile says it all.

Never underestimate the power of your presence.

B R I G H T F U T U R E S O F
B A R D I A 🇳🇵

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#education #equality #taxdeductibledonations
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Time is one of life’s most precious resources. 

When we give someone  our time, our attention and our presence they can feel seen, heard and valued.

Something as simple as me taking a look at this little girl’s gorgeous drawings clearly supports her to feel valued…her smile says it all. 

Never underestimate the power of your presence. 

B R I G H T  F U T U R E S  O F  
B A R D I A 🇳🇵

#brightfuture #kidscharity #brightfuturesofbardia #volunteering #gratitude #schoollife #nepaltravel #nepalikids #happykids #inspireringkids #contribution #charitywork #charitycause #kidsarethefuture #kidsoftheworld #nepal #Bardia #Bardiya #bardiakids #educateachild #raisingthefuture
#education #equality #taxdeductibledonations

Is it perfect?… no! Is it fabulous? Yes!!! We are so excited to actually have a real computer lab in the school to assist these gorgeous kids to be able to research various subjects and learn how to participate in an online experience. The last few years have seen more and more opportunities for people to work online globally and generate an income and lifestyle living where they choose and accessing work elsewhere. This can help reduce the drain of human resource from Nepal to other countries.
A personal thank you to my husband for joining me on my last trip to work with the local electrician and computer guy to set this space up. One step at a time ❤️🙏🏻🔥🔥🌏🌏

B R I G H T F U T U R E S O F
B A R D I A 🇳🇵

#BrightFuture #kidscharity #brightfuturesofbardia #volunteering #gratitude #schoollife #nepaltravel #nepalikids #happykids #inspireringkids #contribution #charitywork #charitycause #kidsarethefuture #kidsoftheworld #Nepal #bardia #Bardiya #bardiakids #educateachild #raisingthefuture
#education #equality #taxdeductibledonations
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Absolutely brilliant and amazing Jacqui Holth. Happy days.

Thank you mam and sir to help us such kinds of glorious programme in our country Nepal.god bless you both of you

That is so wonderful 🙏

That’s awesome!!

I spy with my little eye….

Your unused binoculars can change the course of the future for both upcoming and newly graduated nature guides in remote Nepal.

I would bet that there are thousands of pairs of unused, in perfect working order, quality binoculars in households, cars, shops, warehouses, and offices around the country.

Please help us find them so we can take them to nature guides being trained and working in Bardia National Park.

Without decent binoculars the ‘in field’ identification and monitoring of the thousands of birds and other animal species in the area is virtually impossible.

Your binoculars can change the entire educational experience and future for these guides.

Quality binoculars can cost over $4000!!! This can be the annual salary for a guide, when there is work and lots of tourists!!!

Right now of which there are not.

Please help.

Contact us if you can help.

Thank you
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David Tsirekas does papou have any?

Neil Friswell, Gill Friswell do you have any old binoculars that our friend Jacqui can take out to Nepal for nature guides? Can you ask friends in the birding community?

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