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Shenpen’s team is happy to share with you its 2016 Annual Report. 2016 Rangjung Yeshe Annual Shenpen Annual Report Enjoy it!   Cover photo: C. Randazzo

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Before the traumatic experiences of the April 2015 earthquake could be fully processed, we were again subjected to the traumatic experiences of horrendous floods since the second week of August 2017. Due to heavy rainfall the entire villages of Baruwa Madi,  were totally affected by floods, the entire villages have…

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  Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen, with the support from Chance for Nepal (UK), have been helping with skills development training through the Women’s Cooperative Society (WCS) for the past nine years. There are four days training package designed by WCS  and provide day to day practical knowledge about different topics of…

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Shenpen Health has a long-term program in the Burns Unit of Kanti Children’s Hospital. Twice a month, we try to smooth the suffering of the small patients by distributing goody bags to each of them. With the financial support of Chance for Nepal (UK), we delivered 283 Goody-Bag’ in 2016….

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The 3rd July, 2017 marks a very special day for us, Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen, as we launch the daily meal program at Mitra Aadharbhut Vidhayala public school in Chabahil-Ganesthan where we deserve 75 needy students. This is the first time they are able to eat a real meal during lunch hour. Daily…

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The Women’s Cooperative Society (WCS) has been providing training for the past nine years to its members. The micro finance program empowers women and lifts the living standards of underprivileged women. WCS achieves this by providing low cost loans to its members with minimum interest. Recently, during one of their training…

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Saving Cows Posted July 6, 2017 | Tagged:

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The fire broke out at Om Agriculture Farm in Gokarneshowr Municiaplity-1, Kathmandu on 17th of June, killing 81 cows, including lactating, pregnant cows and calves. As per our information source, the fire started around 11am due to an electrical short circuit. It was under control within two hours through the…

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This year, our partner, WCS, has provided off-seasonal vegetable farming training to the members at Bhardeau (26th June to 29th June).  There were 28 women participants. Instructors were Sanjeev Dhungel and Ram Mahato who jointly facilitated the training. They divided the training into theoretical and practical sessions so that the participants…

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