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New TV at The Burns Unit Posted March 17, 2017 | Tagged:

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We have organized to place a 32 inch- flat screen TV and a DVD player for the play room on the Burns Unit at the Kanti Children’s Hospital with funds and love from CHANCE for NEPAL (UK). The playroom is a place,  where mothers, their relations and the children themselves can interact,…

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  Patients in the burn ward often stay for long periods of time for treatment. Many of these children spend many weeks, and in some cases, a few months recovering from burns. Some children are of school age and we would like to support their recovery by giving them some playtime….

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Since December 2015, Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen is involved in a post-earthquake project building 55 houses. This project is possible before of the generosity of hundreds of donors. One of them is Mr. Babu Kaji Shrestha, a devoted student of Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche, instigator of the project. While visiting the project…

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SHENPEN Skills Training is proud to say that through our partner, the Women’s Cooperative Society (WCS), and with the financial support of C.H.A.N.C.E for Nepal (UK), SHENPEN Skills Training sponsors an average of eight farming skills training a year and reaches out to 185 women every year. Shenpen first began supporting WCS in…

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 In 2016 Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen Education sponsored the education of eleven students in seven different schools here in Boudha and other areas, with funds from C.H.A.N.C.E for Nepal (UK) and various donors. In Nepal, the cost of sponsoring a child is quite reasonable, with an average of 21,800 Nrs ($200) annually. Shenpen’s sponsorship programme…

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In 2016, Street Dog Care (SDC), a local NGO with whom Shenpen has been working for years, vaccinated over 1,000 dogs living on the streets of Boudhanath and its surroundings. About 25 volunteers and local veterinarians supported Shenpen’s annual anti-rabies vaccination campaign in the Boudhanath area, pursuing our mission to keep the whole neighborhood safer…

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Emergency support to animals-2016 Posted January 26, 2017 | Tagged:

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Like people, animals are subject to accidents and illness. “When you think of caring for animals, the first person you think of is a veterinarian, in the same way when we see the sick, injured dogs in the street of Boudha we think of Street Dog Care- when there is…

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Burns in Children Posted December 28, 2016 | Tagged:

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The predominant causes of burn injuries to children attending Kanti Children’s Hospital are from hot liquids or steam. Another main cause of burns to the children are due to fire.  People living in remote areas still rely on firewood to cook food and as a result sometimes a small baby playing nearby…

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