The Nepali Children’s Education Project

The Nepali Children's Education ProgramIn 2006 a very good friend of mine, Luke Yorkden-Chamberlain, traveled to Nepal. The experience impacted him deeply and set the course for the formation of the Nepali Children’s Education Project (NCEP).

For the past 6 months he has been talking to me about the organization and asked that I build a website for him. Due to time restrictions I have been unable to make a site that is as solid as NCEP is deserving of but last night I finally got the first launch of the site up and running at http://www.nceponline.org/.

The Nepali Children’s Education Project’s mission is to provide poor and orphaned children with the financial means to access and complete primary and secondary education in Kathmandu, Nepal, facilitated through fund raising initiatives in Canada. I ask you to take a look at the site and consider making a contribution to the cause. The members of the organization are very passionate about what they are doing and after hearing stories from Luke about his reasons for getting the ball rolling with the organization, I believe that they have started something great for the children of Nepal.

thank you and happy holidays !

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CSS MasteryWell, I just read through the CSS Mastery book and discovered just how much CSS has changed since I was using it to add basic styles to sites just 5 years ago. I have tried to keep up-to-date as much as possible but this book opened my eyes to a whole world of possibilities with CSS that I never knew existed.

I found that the book provided a solid base knowledge for CSS and gave links and way to find any further information that I may need when developing future sites. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone that feels they need a refresher on CSS or would like to start properly coding CSS from scratch.

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