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"Nomaste Ramila" How education can save a life

A film about the life of one young girl in Nepal
Posted: 8:34 AM, Sep 13, 2019
Updated: 2019-09-13 10:39:42-04
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BOZEMAN — Helping young girls half a world away the focus of a special movie premiere coming up Thursday in Bozeman.
The short movie is the story of one of the young girls The Tsering Fund has helped with an education.
Made by local cinematographer Wes Overvold and Pete Schmieding, Andy Holm from the Tsering Fund talked about the premiere with MTN's Chet Layman LIVE on Montana This Morning.

"Nomaste Ramila" How education can save a life

The young girl's name is Ramila and her mother is Bishnu Biskwakarma
The Tserings Fund is a Nonprofit out of Gallatin County with a focus on the country of Nepal. They find deserving children, young women and families in Nepal and help change their lives through educational scholarships, medical care and basic living assistance.
The movie will be shown on the 26th of September at 6 pm at Bozeman’s Grantree Inn.

They will also have a special guest speaker from Nepal who is an investigative journalist. He will tell the story of how he found out how they are trafficking children out of Nepal.

There is no fee for the screening, but donations will be accepted.

You can find more info here.