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.
How you can help!
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.
Thankful Student Makes Shenpen Proud Posted Sep 23, 2016 By Anamika Aryal
Shenpen’s sponsored student program was designed in 2005 to target the brightest and most needy students. Over the years, the good results obtained by our sponsored students have been proof enough for us that they are diligent workers and deserving of their sponsorship. We are aware of the importance of…
Meet the community 8: Maya Tamang, a courageous mother Posted Sep 05, 2016 By Mélanie Letourneau
My name is Maya Tamang and I am 32 years. Before the earthquake, I had never carried rocks, sand, or rods. I did not know about building houses. But I have learned to do all of those things and take care three children on my own. On the day of…
Meet the community 4: Lama Achung Posted Aug 18, 2016 By Mélanie Letourneau
“After the earthquake, a man from Lapa, northern part of Dhading district, came to the monastery. He told us that their community had received money from a Canadian donor to purchase land in Dhola, Dhading, for the people displaced by the massive earthquake and the landslides that followed it. After…