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Success Story-Kamala’ Posted January 17, 2018 | Tagged:

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Meet Kamala from Bhardeau. She grows cauliflower, chilies, cabbage, pumpkins, tomatoes, and other seasonal and non-seasonal vegetables on a small plot of leased land. Her husband helps her sell their vegetables in the nearby market. Kamala began her small business by first learning about kitchen gardening in order to grow…

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Relief Program at Chitwan Posted January 17, 2018 | Tagged:

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  Over one-million people all across Nepal were adversely impacted by the floods of August 2017. The catastrophic toll stands at 160 people dead, 45 injured, 29 missing, and 43,000 homes destroyed. According to government reports, the disaster temporarily displaced 21,000 families. On January 8th, 2018, Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen, in…

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School Supplies at MAV—Dec 22, 2017 Posted January 10, 2018 | Tagged:

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Happy Day: “There’s nothing more satisfying than seeing  smiling happy children. After assessing the needs of the school and discussing this with the school’s team, we decided to acquire basic education materials and handed these over to the school’s staff. We provided the school with textbooks, various children’s posters illustrating…

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Food For Elderly Posted December 12, 2017 | Tagged:

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Not everyone in life is fortunate to be surrounded by loved ones and family members. Many of our elders in the society have to take refuge in the old-age homes. Offering Annadaan or donating food freshly prepared with love and care is a great way to please the members of…

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For many years, Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen has been closely involved in aiding the Burns Unit of Kanti Children’s Hospital. At the request of the supervisor of the Burns Unit, and with the support of the Kiwanis Club, we were able to provide the Burns Unit with a full year’s supply…

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Empowering Women Posted November 15, 2017 | Tagged:

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“I earn nearly Nrs 22,000 from one harvest of tomatoes. This additional income helps me support the education of my son and other four children, save some money, and improve my family’s overall economic status,” says Vishnu Maya Tamang from Bhardeau. With the majority of Bhardeau’s men working abroad these days,…

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Street Dogs Vaccination in Sankhu Posted October 26, 2017 | Tagged:

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Stray animals, especially dogs, are common in Nepal and form a very large  population, even uncounted in many parts of the nation. Stray dogs can be found both in cities and in the country side. The number of stray dogs has been increasing seriously over the past 20 years due…

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  Shenpen would like to enlarge its volunteer team and, consequently, created two new positions: 1) Volunteer Writer and Editor; and 2) a English to Nepali Translator.  Please, read the job description above and feel free to contact us if you are interested. You are also welcome to share information…

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