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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…

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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)…

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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[1] in Nepal. And yet, some community initiatives, such as Mata Tirtha Old Age Home, are highly admirable. Mata Tirtha Old Age Home was established…

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Did you know that 89% of vision-impaired people live in low and middle-income countries such as Nepal, and that over 80% of all vision impairment can be prevented or cured? In Nepal, cataracts are one of the major causes of blindness. A simple surgery can restore the vision of many….

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Since the inception of the Shenpen Animal Committee, our team has tried to find a way to address the suffering of water buffaloes. Hundreds of water buffalo are transported from the Indian border to Kathmandu every day to supply the market with fresh buffalo meat. While being transported on bumpy…

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Menstrual Health Training Posted February 27, 2019 | Tagged:

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Girls miss school every month due to menstruation because bathrooms at school are inadequate and hygiene products are scarce. Second after household work, menstruation is problematic for Nepalese girls education. Women spend around six to seven years of their lives menstruating yet menstrual health management (MHM) is almost non-existent. Menstrual health is…

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Awareness Program at School Posted August 22, 2018 | Tagged:

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 Sneha’s Care organized a School Awareness Program on Rabies (an often fatal disease here in Nepal) and its effective prevention at 15 different schools in Kathmandu in collaboration with Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen and Chance for Nepal (UK). In total, twenty one sessions were conducted in the 15 different schools of Kathmandu…

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Sneha Shrestha and her organization, Sneha’s Care, have created a film that highlights the inhumane methods used in transporting water buffalo from India to Nepal. The film is called, Live Animal Transportation, and it shows the horrific conditions and torture that the animals face while being transported lengthy distances, as…

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