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  1. Joyce Tapper Says:
    February 22nd, 2011 at 8:57 pm

    Looks like a terrific site. I’d like to be involved. Our Didi Project, (501 (c) (3) in California, offers a few selected scholarships and an anti-trafficking program based upon the translation of the book, SOLD by Patricia McCormick. The Aug. 2010 Nepali Kathmandu published edition is Bechiyeki, now in wide NGO and retail distribution all over Nepal. Partners, Room to Read, READ-Nepal, Educate the Children, SASANE, ABC Nepal, and others take it into villages to promote protection and empowerment of girls, not deceptuve dangerous migration to become slaves in brothels. We are fund raising to provide librarian, teacher, and community leader training and another big printing so we can say, “$1 buys a book to save a girl.” We have continuing presence in Nepal with a wonderful Nepalese Kathmandu program assistant. Some of the Didis are in country each fall.

    Lots more to share.

    Joyce Tapper, President of the Didi Project (in Los Angeles) 818-785-3965

  2. anjchal Says:
    March 3rd, 2011 at 10:03 pm

    Thank you Joyce. We will think of ideas to promote causes like yours through ResourceNepal.com. Maybe I can interview some folks who are involved with this project while I am in Nepal…

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  • Joyce Tapper says:

    Looks like a terrific site. I’d like to be involved. Our Didi Project, (501 (c) (3) in California, offers a few selected scholarships and an anti-trafficking program based upon the translation of the book, SOLD by Patricia McCormick. The Aug. 2010 Nepali Kathmandu published edition is Bechiyeki, now in wide NGO and retail distribution all over Nepal. Partners, Room to Read, READ-Nepal, Educate the Children, SASANE, ABC Nepal, and others take it into villages to promote protection and empowerment of girls, not deceptuve dangerous migration to become slaves in brothels. We are fund raising to provide librarian, teacher, and community leader training and another big printing so we can say, “$1 buys a book to save a girl.” We have continuing presence in Nepal with a wonderful Nepalese Kathmandu program assistant. Some of the Didis are in country each fall.

    Lots more to share.

    Joyce Tapper, President of the Didi Project (in Los Angeles) 818-785-3965

    • anjchal says:

      Thank you Joyce. We will think of ideas to promote causes like yours through ResourceNepal.com. Maybe I can interview some folks who are involved with this project while I am in Nepal…