Shenpen is working closely with the monks and helpers from Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling Monastery, who are providing food, medicine, clothes, and building materials to areas outside Kathmandu valley, that are hardly reached by most other organizations.
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Shenpen has begun work constructing new homes in the Dhading district with the help of your continuing support. Help us complete all 55 homes by sponsoring part of the construction.
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Shenpen works with established and trusted organizations in Nepal to bring benefit to the most poor and disadvantaged of the country in the areas of Health, Education, Street Children, Elderly, Skills Training, and Animal Welfare.
Empowering Women by Offering Skills Training in Nepal Posted Dec 25, 2019 By Mélanie Letourneau
On 12th Nov 2019, Barbara Datson the founder president of Chance for Nepal (UK) had an annual visit at the training center where 3rd day skills training for the unprivileged woman was going on. Since 10 years Chance, has been funding for 4 days skills training several times in a…
A Visit to Mata Tirtha Old Age Home, Kathmandu Posted Dec 25, 2019 By Mélanie Letourneau
Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen, founded by Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche in the year 2004 with an aim of helping poor, needy and suffering people, visited Mata Tirtha Old Age Home on 17th Dec 2019. Mélanie Létourneau, along with Lopon Urgen Dorje and Bimala Ghising, offered on behalf of generous Malaysian donors rice, lentils (dal)…
Mata Tirtha Old Age Home – a loving shelter for elderly women Posted Oct 14, 2019 By Mélanie Letourneau
Even though the elderly population is rapidly growing in Nepal and the traditional norms and family value systems are changing, there are few old age homes in Nepal. And yet, some community initiatives, such as Mata Tirtha Old Age Home, are highly admirable. Mata Tirtha Old Age Home was established…