Flags of co-operation were flown at the highest point of the world, as a group of co-operators from Nepal reached the summit of Mount Everest.
In celebration of the International Year of Co-operatives ten members from the Nepal Information and Communication Central Co-operative Union (NICCU) took the IYC logo and the flag of the International Co-operative Alliance to the top of the world.
The expedition, which was led by Sivakumar Dangi, the General Secretary of NICCU, climbed 29,029 feet to reach the top of the mountain on May 27 at 6.00am. Read more.
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