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$4,941
of $2,000 Raised
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1 Family/Domestic CleanCookStove
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Remaining


ALL DONATIONS OVER COSTS GO DIRECTLY TO THE HIMALAYAN STOVE PROJECT
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The dream that I didn’t even dare to dream, yet in making the dreams of others possible it has manifested now.


World in 360 has been operating since December of 2015 and we use 360 Camera Technology to record adventures and bring them using Virtual Reality to hospitals, orphanages, inpatient care centers, etc. to let people who never thought they could walk ride bicycles, climb mountains, and even fly!

We have partnered with the founder George Basch, awarded the esteemed Explorers Club 2017 Citation of Merit, and will travel to Nepal to visit Kathmandu, fly to the most dangerous airport in the world in Lukla, and hike to remote settlements and up to Everest Base Camp.

Using 360 Video Technology, we are going to take you with us. You will be able to hike the trails, visit the historic monasteries and temples, drink refreshments in tea houses and enter the homes of the residents who have had the Himalayan Stove Project’s stoves change their lives. And in the end, you’ll get to experience what it is like to hike to Mt. Everest Base Camp, the start of the climb to the tallest mountain on earth.

YOUR DONATION:

We are only looking to cover basic trip costs like travel expenses and food and board for the month we'll be in Nepal. All donations above these costs will go directly to the Himalayan Stove Project, so please donate even if we hit our goal. Every $150 brings a stove to a family, and every single dollar helps HSP continue to grow. Thank you!

View our 360 demonstration here:


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Himalayan Stove Project. 

Air Pollution is the single largest global environmental health risk.

Household air pollution (HAP) from cooking over an open fire kills 4.3 million people every year... more than HIV, Malaria, and TB combine. 

Help us fund a container that will ship clean burning cookstoves to the high Himalayas. 
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