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When HDFA first arrived in Ghunsa back in 2013 there was no health service in this remote eastern region of Nepal. If the local people required healthcare, this meant a two day trek to the nearest health post in Lelep.
During our recent trip to Nepal we had the great privilege of being invited into the home of an amazing young woman called Sarita*. She lives in a tiny house on a steep mountainside with her young daughter, Alina*.
Hiking boots? Check. Sleeping bag? Check. Ready to take a serious step up in life? Check.
In early October, members of the HDFA board travelled to Nepal to visit the Indrawati communities we support there. We weren’t disappointed with the warm reception we received or with the great progress being made.
We’ve been cooking up some exciting plans to launch ethical trekking adventures in remote Nepal. And ahead of the official launch, we thought we’d give you a sneak peak of what is to come, since on our recent board visit to Nepal we gave the Indrawati trek a test run. Verdict: awesome.