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Eleven GC students traveled to Nepal in May for a one-month course at the Tansen Nursing School.

Tania Johnson has donated directly to its weaving mill and to Good Weave , an international organization that combats child labor in the carpet industry.

Thousands of importers and rug designers around the world including Johnson work exclusively with Good Weave certified mills.

“For some, it was a hard reality to accept that we really couldn’t change things,” said Gail Weybright, a 1995 GC graduate and associate professor of nursing, who co-taught the class.

“There was some significant heartache for some, something that I didn’t anticipate.” “There were tears,” said Beels.

At the end of their stay, the GC students showed their appreciation through a song and dance performance and invited the Nepali students on stage.

“I learned the importance of humble service,” said Irene Schmid, a junior from Dalton, Ohio.

“GC students more than met my expectations,” said Beels.

“I was surprised that no students complained about the heat, the food or the conditions.” The students worked as pairs throughout most of their time at Tansen. Other times, like sisters, their viewpoints clashed and they had to work through disagreements to reach a solution.

"It’s going to be a long process but the capital to produce is still there," says Beth Huber, Good Weave’s deputy director.

"It’s helpful to continue buying from Nepal, to make sure that weavers have a way to earn money—that’s best way to help them get back on their feet.” “Long after the news cameras disappear altogether, Nepal is going to need ongoing help to rebuild its infrastructure,” says Johnson.

“I told them that when you save a baby from a burning building, you might get a few burns yourself.