News Blog Archive

2015

Welcome to our Archives page. On this page you will find a total of 10 of our articles broken down into Months and Years.
Sheri Barrows

The Gift of More Than Just a Quilt

In Camas, Washington there is a very special woman named Kathryn Oftedahl who creates the most beautiful quilts.  They are not just creations of beauty they are creations of love. Recently, Kathryn read more..

Alyssa Baser

Bajra Barahi

At our clinic in Bajra Barahi, Nepal each practitioner sees up to 20 patients a day. At the beginning of my stay there I was meeting all new patients. I knew some cases would be challenging and othe read more..

Kimberley Shepherd

Shamanic Healing

A lady came through the clinic doors on our first week, assisted by her daughter in law, she crumpled in to a blue plastic clinic chair. She spent no time in presenting me with a huge bag full of sc read more..

Rachel Hemblade

Perfectly Placed

When I decided to go to Nepal to work on this project I knew that I would experience difficult situations that would challenge me in ways that I could never imagine. However, I wasn't quite so emoti read more..

Andrew Schlabach

Earthquake Report

I would like to thank everyone who so kindly offered support and donations to help us respond to this terrible event.  One month after what is now known as the Gorkha Earthquake, our organizational read more..

Andrew Schlabach

Making a Ripple

For as much as we glorify the medical profession it is actually a much simpler job than it seems. Don’t get me wrong, being a medical provider requires years of training and experience. In the devel read more..

Debbie Yu

Sunday Picnic

“I believe that through open dialogue of not only my successes, but also my fears, challenges, and weaknesses, I will come to a greater understanding of myself and will help others do the same.” - A read more..

Bex Groebner

Mirrors

He's sitting in an 8x10 concrete room with two beds in it. There is a small space heater and a post where the rusted, gigantic oxygen tank is tied with a bow made of hemp cord. There are three mudas read more..

Eliot Sitt

Intention Realized in Kogate

I knew I wanted to volunteer with the ARP when I first heard of it four years ago, during my first year of acupuncture school. Now, sitting in my guest house in Kathmandu with dogs barking and gentl read more..

Helena Nyssen

Up-skilling, Nepal style

Here in Nepal, very little is convenient. Nothing is handed to you on a platter ( except our dinner, thanks Auntie). The modern world of convenience has not yet arrived to Bimphedi. Their is no inte read more..

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2019
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2018
(8 articles)

2017
(15 articles)

2016
(16 articles)

2015
(11 articles)

2014
(12 articles)

2013
(13 articles)

2012
(14 articles)

2011
(10 articles)

2010
(8 articles)

2009
(15 articles)

2008
(9 articles)

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