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Reflections Before Moving to the Village

Reflections Before Moving to the Village

Today, as the 29 members of the third cohort of the Tevel Fellowship program complete their orientation and head out to the villages where they…

Health and Hygiene for a Marginalized Community

Health and Hygiene for a Marginalized Community

By Suman Nepali, Kathmandu Promoting Health and Hygiene in Kama-1, Hilledevi There are 8 dalit households in Kama-1. They were in immediate…

Understanding and Adapting- Cultural Differences In Our Work

Understanding and Adapting- Cultural Differences In Our Work

By Michel Ndayisaba, Tevel Fellowship My name is Michel Ndayisaba. My colleagues call me Michimich. At university I studied Communications. Now I…

My Dream For Burundi

My Dream For Burundi

By Fabrice Muhoza, Tevel Fellowship My name is Fabrice Muhoza, 30 years old from Makamba province in Burundi. After hearing that the…

Helping my people

Helping my people

by Vijaya Pun, the Tevel Fellowship program (now working in relief team, Maneqau, Kavre) I am working in Nyayik Sansar/Tevel as a fellow…

They’ll become good thinkers

They’ll become good thinkers

by Elinor Raymond, the Tevel Fellowship program  Purna Tamang is a 16 year old from Mannegau village and one of the most…

This is not what their lives should be

This is not what their lives should be

by Aviela Weltman, the Tevel Fellowship program We arrived in the Manegau village to assess the damage done there by the earthquake.…

The Home that Disappeared into Dust

The Home that Disappeared into Dust

by Sam, Tevel Community Program Puna Tamang watched his friends throw rocks at what was left of his old house, a skeleton…

The Monsoon is Coming- We are Rebuilding

The Monsoon is Coming- We are Rebuilding

by Rabbi Micha Odenheimer, edited from his article in the Jerusalem Post When I arrived in Nepal last week I was confronted…

Tevel in Burundi – Giving from Within

Tevel in Burundi – Giving from Within

by Itzik Meir, Tevel Fellowship in Burundi 2014-15 We are the first non-African people that most of the children in the villages where…

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