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.

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Shenpen Celebrates 10 Years during Fall Seminar Teachings Posted Nov 28, 2014 By Anamika Aryal

  On the 22nd of November, 2014 Shenpen celebrated ten years in action by holding a fund raising event during Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche’s fall seminar teachings at Ka-Nying Shedrub Ling Monastery, This year’s celebration was an important time for us to reflect on some of the successes and challenges we

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Street Dog Care for the welfare of street dogs of Boudha Posted Nov 26, 2014 By Anamika Aryal

  A staggering number of homeless dogs wander the streets of the Kathmandu valley, some reports stating as many as 25,000 or more. Many of these dogs are malnourished and suffering from disease such as tumors, mange, flea infestations as well as internal parasites.  And these are exactly the dogs

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“A Volunteer’s Day at the Burns Unit” Posted Oct 20, 2014 By Ashley Honsberger

I am a Canadian student visiting Nepal to conduct some field research to support my master’s thesis. My research is focused on commercialized farmers and the experience of women farmers—is commercialization helping them or are gender relations holding them back? This is how I came to find Shenpen because they

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