How babysitting money planted a seed to help Nepali kids blossom

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Surkhet, Nepal( CNN) Ten years ago, with her high school diploma and a knapsack, Maggie Doyne left her New Jersey hometown to travelling the world before college.

She lived in a Buddhist monastery, helped rebuild a sea wall up Fiji, then went to India and worked with Nepalese refugees. There, she met a young girl who wanted to find her family in Nepal. Doyne ran with her.

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