Monday, 16 January 2012

Upside of Down

By JOSH MARSHALL-CLARKE

Calum Fouler lost his mum at the age of 15 but he considers himself one of the lucky ones.

If he was living in Nepal, he knows his life would be much worse. After realising this, he started a not-for-profit-organisation called Upside. They are trying to attack the problem at the root by created self-sustainable projects that will fund essentials like education and health in remote areas of Nepal.

Youth reporter Josh Marshall-Clarke caught up with Upside CEO Calum Fouler.

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