In the most Northwest corner of Nepal, sits the district of Humla, one of the most remote places on earth. A two-three day hike from civilization, Humla harbors some of the last remaining Tibetan Buddhists. With limited resources and a dwindling population, the communities of Humla are in the middle of a reformation. With a new emphasis on education and gender-role equality, Humla is making a stand to last another 1000 years.
We sent our producer, Charles, to Humla, equipped with a camera. Thousands of miles away, he discovered a story that would follow him right back to his own home in Wenatchee, WA.