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==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
  
In June 1963, a group of prospective Peace Corps Volunteers – 40 young American college-educated males – arrived at the University of Oregon for training as rural community development workers in the Royal Kingdom of Nepal. Now, 45 years later, several of us propose a reunion to take stock of our journeys.  
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In June 1963, a group of prospective Peace Corps Volunteers – 40 young American males – arrived at the University of Oregon for training as rural community development workers for the Panchayat Development Ministry of the Royal Kingdom of Nepal. Now, 45 years later, several of us propose a reunion to take stock of our journeys.  
  
How have we changed? How has Nepal changed? How did our experiences in Nepal influence us? This website provides insights, anecdotes, and photographs of our encounters.
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How have we changed? How has Nepal changed? How did our experiences in Nepal influence us? This website provides an opportunity to gather and share insights, anecdotes, and photographs of our encounters.
  
 
==News==
 
==News==

Revision as of 03:12, 12 August 2007

Portland, Oregon, July 25-26-27, 2008

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Introduction

In June 1963, a group of prospective Peace Corps Volunteers – 40 young American males – arrived at the University of Oregon for training as rural community development workers for the Panchayat Development Ministry of the Royal Kingdom of Nepal. Now, 45 years later, several of us propose a reunion to take stock of our journeys.

How have we changed? How has Nepal changed? How did our experiences in Nepal influence us? This website provides an opportunity to gather and share insights, anecdotes, and photographs of our encounters.

News

New website 1.0 launched-- 21:58, August 9, 2007 (EDT) Panthi, Tara Prasad


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