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Lets do small thing to make a big difference. Donate if you care. Happy giving Tuesday.
Expected ;Long Term Impact 1.) Help reduce mortality related to hematologic disorders such as leukemias, lymphomas, and multiple myelomas which can be treated with stem cell transplant. 2.) Help develop skilled manpower in the field of hematologic malignancy in Nepal. 3.) Help establish state of the art stem cell transplant facility.
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"You hate your life, while some people dream of having your life"
Life is tough. But at least we have food. Right? Hot food and lots of it. At least we have a home. Right? A warm bed, pillows and blankets. At least we have clothes. Right? Lots of clothes in fact. At least we have parents, siblings, people who love, protect us. Right?

If you have food in your fridge, clothes on your back, a roof over your head and a place to sleep you are richer than 75% of the world.

If you have money in the bank, your wallet, and some spare change you are among the top 8% of the world’s wealthy.

If you woke up this morning with more health than illness you are more blessed than the million people who will not survive this week.

If you have never experienced the danger of battle, the agony of imprisonment or torture, or the horrible pangs of starvation you are luckier than 500 million people alive and suffering.

If you can read this message you are more fortunate than 3 billion people in the world who cannot read it at all.

We have to be thankful for what we have and we must have to share or provide necessities to other humans. Please reshare to spread this important message.
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April Fools Video Prank in Math Class: https://youtu.be/P2SsIYEbCio
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Cyclocopter Flight test
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Good luck!!!
 
Nim Doma Sherpa (3rd from right), at the age of 17, became the first WFP school meals recipient to climb Mt. Everest in 2008. She is now on a mission to climb all the highest peaks of the seven continents. In March 2013, she along with six Nepali and three African women climbers will push for summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, the highest peak of Africa, to raise awareness about the importance of girls' education. We wish her team all the best for success!

Photo courtesy: James Giambrone
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