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Journey of hope

Author: Karin Ronnow; Deidre Eitel; Greg Mortenson
Publisher: [Bozeman, Mont.] : Bozeman Daily Chronicle, [2007]
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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A seven-article, five-part series written to document Bozeman, Montana resident, Greg Mortenson's efforts to build schools and promote education and literacy, especially for girls, in the remote and sometimes volatile regions of Pakistan and Afghanistan.--p. [2]
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Named Person: Greg Mortenson; Greg Mortenson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karin Ronnow; Deidre Eitel; Greg Mortenson
OCLC Number: 251432447
Notes: Cover title.
Articles were featured in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle's Sunday newspapers during September and October 2007.
The work of Greg Mortenson and of his nonprofit organization, Central Asia Institute (CAI) is recounted in his biography: Three cups of tea.
Description: 34, [1] p. : col. ill., col. map ; 31 cm.
Contents: Winning hearts through education --
Devastation and hope: school-building project promises brighter future for the Kashmir region --
Isolation and hope: 'Dr. Greg' battles political, geographic and logistical hurdles in Baltistan --
Mortenson: destined to help: Mortenson gets extraordinary results --
War and hope: education gives Afghan children, families belief in better future --
Relocation and hope: CAI program means brighter future for refugees, aspiring students --
Poverty and hope: CAI schools bring promise of end to generations of illiteracy, poverty --
How you can help make a difference.
Other Titles: Pakistan and Afghanistan, journey of hope
Bozeman daily chronicle.
Responsibility: [Karin Ronnow ; photographer, Deidre Eitel].

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A seven-article, five-part series written to document Bozeman, Montana resident, Greg Mortenson's efforts to build schools and promote education and literacy, especially for girls, in the remote and sometimes volatile regions of Pakistan and Afghanistan.--p. [2]

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