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September 28, 2013
Good connections have been made with NARC (Nepali Agriculture Research Council) and a clear interest in the project has been expressed. Involving NARC to help organize training for the local farmers on scythe use and maintenance will be very helpful.
June 25, 2013
The Timberline and Carihi International Co-op class just returned back from their work placement trip to Nepal. A group of 23 students and chaperones spent their spring break experiencing the culture and adventures the small country had to offer. The class worked with InnovativeCommunities.org Foundation on the Irrigation Initiative, and managed to raise enough money to fund 1.5 kilometers of the irrigation canal. This effort helped to aid thousands of farming families in the remote village of Lawachowk that could not have funded this project on their own.  
May 10, 2013
Sponsored by Instruments4africa, an initiative under Innovative Communities Org (ICO) (http://www.innovativecommunities.org/region/mali)
April 15, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 15 2013
April 5, 2013
  Wilder (in the striped shirt), the young author of the thank-you letter, with his brother, sister, father and grandmother in front of their house
April 5, 2013
4-year-olds at work – this headstart program will help them be successful when they start school next year

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September 28, 2013
Good connections have been made with N
June 25, 2013
The Timberline and Carihi International Co-op class just returned back from their work placement trip to Nepal. A group of 23 students and chaperones spent their spring break experiencing the culture and adventures the small country had to offer. The class worked with InnovativeCommunities.org Foundation on the Irrigation Initiative, and managed to raise enough money to fund 1.5 kilometers of the irrigation canal. This effort helped to aid thousands of farming families in the remote village of Lawachowk that could not have funded this project on their own.