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It was a very proud moment for me to hear my humble little poem put to music by Mr. Sagar Lama and hear his beautiful voice sing it with such passion! - Rob.
P.S. Here's the full poem:
The Leaf & The Raindrop

by Robert Rose …..Dedicated to friends and friendship

You were a leaf on a tree and I was a raindrop.

One day when the time was right, I decided to leap from the cloud I lived in.

I fell to earth not knowing where I would land.

Down, down, down I fell.

Just before reaching the ground I landed on a very nice leaf.

It was you! You were kind to receive me so graciously.

In that instant, our lives were forever changed.

You provided me with friendship and I gave you mine in return.

Together we were so much stronger than we would be apart.

All of the leaves on the tree took notice of this and they felt uplifted and strong.

Though it began with just one leaf and one raindrop, many others were affected, many others were inspired and many others were forever changed.
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'The Leaf and the Raindrop' Poem by Robert Rose "That dream is not dream, if there is no vision and passion to turn the dream into reality That creation is not creation, if there is no mission to use it for the welfare of mankind" Sagar Lama (student with Visually Impaired) singing song (the music composed by himself) for the poem ‘The Leaf and the Raindrop’ written by Robert Rose especially dedicated to the Persons with Disability (PWDs) of Nepal. Sagar Lama is practicing music course in Shrijana Fine Art College in intermediate level. His dream is to become successful musician and singer in future. Sagar Lama (one of our sponsored students) is on the trail of his goal and dedicated to putting full effort to achieve his aim. So, the ‘Leaf and the Raindrop’ poem is his small attempt to raise his music career. He composed the music out of inspiration from Robert Rose's poem. Since more than two decades Robert Rose has been working for Children/People with Disability of Nepal. After being so familiar with situation of People with Disability (PWD) of Nepal he has constantly supported PWDs to improve overall conditions for them. He has brought different concepts (disability projects) from US and implemented in Nepal to create opportunity for Children/People with Disability. In course of his regular visits to Nepal he became a friend of Children/People with Disability and wrote several poems (poems depicted stories of PWDs) for them. ‘The Leaf and the Raindrop’ is one of the of his poems dedicated to friends and friendship.

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Surendra ChaulagaiA fabulous performance indeed.

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trifc.org shared ADSoN- Ability Development Society of Nepal's video.

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Trillium (trillium.org/) sponsors Darshan through TRIFC/ADSoN. SGCP (Self-Help Group for Cerebral Palsy) does an excellent job of helping students with disabilities achieve their best. Thank you Trillium and SGCP for your involvement and dedication!
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Life without ambition is like moving boat without sailor, but Darshan K.C. is sailor of his own boat and knows how to control his boat and take it to right direction even if there is so much hindrance before him. Darshan K.C. (one of our beneficiary) is 17 years old boy rehabilitating in ‘Self Help Group for Cerebral Palsy’ (SGCP) in Dhapakhel, Lalitpur. He has severe cerebral palsy (his body doesn’t function well below the head level) SGCP has been trying to improve movement of his hand to reduce stiffness of his hand so that he could do normal daily activities and use computer for his study. Moreover he can move his wheelchair from backward with the support of his leg to reach short destination. He is now studying in grade 6. SGCP has been providing home tuition for him in weekly basis and up grading his level as per his performance. Darshan K.C.’s favorite subject is English. He wants to be a poet in future. He has written 61 poems till this date apart from this he has plan to write book in future of his own.

An Artistic Life...
Changing a life takes time, love and caring (and some funding!). Pusker tells his own story of overcoming obstacles, his passion for his craft and wish that other children with disabilities should have the opportunities that he has had. Thanks to funding and sponsorships from TRIFC/ADSoN & Nepali Children's Trust in the UK, Pusker is growing into a talented graphic artist and animator. He is already a fine person with a caring nature. We are all so proud of him!
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Pusker MagarMeeeee!!!!!

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Kalsang LamaYou have great skill on art pusker!! I have always loved your art very much!!

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Pusker MagarThanks dost:)

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Prince RajaVery talented man !!! Me too proud of this young and energetic man

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Binod GiriKeep it up ☺☺☺☺☺😊!!!!

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K G RoboPushkar so prud of u man👍👍. God Bless You

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Sujit D MhrznPuskar.... great... have a great life..you are tallent..and ur tallent will be appericiated ... by world. Keep going. bro..

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Toby DaviesSo great to see you flourishing brother, and I am very proud to have some of your artwork in my music studio!! See you soon hopefully!!

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Shanti UpretyThank so much trifc

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Shanti UpretyThis is a great support for children st Nepal

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Muscular Boy Babugood to hear you from trifc.org. actually you are talented man in painting.all the best for your bright future..

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Punya MatangWow .keep it up.god bless you pusker

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Angbu D ManishGod bless u Pusker Magar :-)

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Kalsom Md YasinCongratulations!..Michael and frances for the untiring n noble effort in Trifc...Happy to see both of you in good health. ..and I am hoping ..we can meet again in Malaysia soon!..All the best ti both of you! .

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Fun with GoalBall!!!
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Goalball! A game specifically designed for the visually-impaired (or anyone, if you are wearing black-out goggles). Check out Seema learning how to play in the video I've uploaded. It's really a fast and challenging sport when played by those with experience. With Seema and some of the other players learning how to play for the first time, it's not too fast-paced....hey, maybe even I could play! Tape and/or string is put down to label the field of play. The ball has bells in it but they are quite quiet so you really have to concentrate, listen and get ready to dive, dive, dive! The object of the game is to block the ball from getting through your three defensive players. If it gets through, the other team scores a point. Then, your side gets to throw the ball and try to get it through the other team's defenses. - Robert Rose

Goalball! Dive, dive, dive!!!
Goalball! A game specifically designed for the visually-impaired (or anyone, if you are wearing black-out goggles). Check out Seema learning how to play in the video I've uploaded. It's really a fast and challenging sport when played by those with experience. With Seema and some of the other players learning how to play for the first time, it's not too fast-paced....hey, maybe even I could play!
Tape and/or string is put down to label the field of play. The ball has bells in it but they are quite quiet so you really have to concentrate, listen and get ready to dive, dive, dive! The object of the game is to block the ball from getting through your three defensive players. If it gets through, the other team scores a point. Then, your side gets to throw the ball and try to get it through the other team's defenses.
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TRIFC Trek leader Stephanie and Team have just crossed Chola Pass and will reach Everest Base Camp tomorrow! Everyone is doing fine ! Heres a photo taken from Top of Gokyo Ri.

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TRIFC 'Decade of Difference' Dinner Event raises $30,000!!!

Thank you to all of our donors, supporters, friends and family who helped us raise a record amount of funding in support of our projects and programs helping children and adults with disabilities in Nepal!

What a lovely evening, meaningful program, great venue & food! So many people commented on what a nice, warm group of people have come together in support of people in Nepal with disabilities through TRIFC.

ADSoN Executive Director (ADSoN is our implementing partner in Nepal), Ms. Nirmala Gyawali and TRIFC President, Rob Rose spoke together about TRIFC's pilot holistic program for blind/visually-impaired education, Diane Tebelius spoke about the trip to Nepal with TRIFC which changed her life and is changing the life of her sponsored student- Chunni Maya, Rose Stevens gave an exciting update on our sanitary protection kit program and Carey Rose, emcee extraordinaire spoke about the 'value' of a contribution to TRIFC.

All-in-all, a huge success! Something that we can build upon in our next 'decade of difference'...envisioning and enacting programs that will transform lives and futures forever!
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TRIFC Decade of Difference Dinner Event raises $30,000!!!

Thank you to all of our donors, supporters, friends and family who helped us raise a record amount of funding in support of our projects and programs helping children and adults with disabilities in Nepal!

What a lovely evening, meaningful program, great venue & food! So many people commented on what a nice, warm group of people have come together in support of people in Nepal with disabilities through TRIFC.  

ADSoN Executive Director (ADSoN is our implementing partner in Nepal), Ms. Nirmala Gyawali and TRIFC President, Rob Rose spoke together about TRIFCs pilot holistic program for blind/visually-impaired education, Diane Tebelius spoke about the trip to Nepal with TRIFC which changed her life and is changing the life of her sponsored student- Chunni Maya, Rose Stevens gave an exciting update on our sanitary protection kit program and Carey Rose, emcee extraordinaire spoke about the value of a contribution to TRIFC.

All-in-all, a huge success!  Something that we can build upon in our next decade of difference...envisioning and enacting programs that will transform lives and futures forever!

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Pawan RoyThat was indeed a fantastic job done by TRIFC, USA. All the very best for what you are coming up.

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Rabendra PandeyWow that is fantastico😁 I am sure everybody involved took more than that "extra step". You all deserve a big pat on the back.

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