GMIN Successfully Completes Seventeenth School

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The GMIN team have recently completed their work in Shree Ganesh Prathamik Vidhyalaya in Dang, their seventeenth school with the funds raised from the BFEST cycle tour and GMIN UK. A team of Nepali youths from the UK biked their way from London to Paris in September 2012 to fundraise for GMIN UK. The  team managed to raise approximately £2700. This is a major milestone for the cyclists, GMIN UK and the supporters.

Well done to the team in the UK, the cyclists and the Nepal team as well. Its amazing to see the positive change that the cyclists actions has brought. Great job with sharing the images as well. Gotta keep it transparent (which the GMIN does ever so well).

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