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WIN-WIN: Cal Foulner (left) says Upside Nepal’s cookbook, featuring recipes from the likes of Leigh Nash, of Vans Café (right), represents a better way of funding social development. Photo: Annaliese Frank

Foulner finds Upside in Nepal

THE residents of the remote Nepalese village of Ghilling are a step closer to creating a sustainable local economy, with the help of a Perth-based not-for-profit group.

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