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Schools in Tasmania Donate for Education

Schools in Tasmania Donate for Education

Mr Khadga Thapa is a resettled Bhutanese refugee. He lives in Hobart, Tasmania and works as English-Nepali translator for the local community. Having completed his Bachelor of Nursing (BN), Mr…. Read more »

The BCU donates for education of orphan children

The BCU donates for education of orphan children

Following the devastating earthquakes in the month of April and May 2015 in Nepal, Mr. Ryam Neupane, the president of Bhutanese Community in Utah (BCU) called an emergency meeting in… Read more »

Global Bhutan and Canadian Bhutanese Association (CABTAS)

Global Bhutan and Canadian Bhutanese Association (CABTAS)

In 2015, the Punya Foundation established a partnership with the Global Bhutan and the Canadian Bhutanese Association (CABTAS) to support for the education of poor and vulnerable children in Nepal…. Read more »

SMC Federation

SMC Federation

In 2015, the Punya Foundation established a partnership with The School Management Committee Federation of Nepal (SMC Federation) to implement a project targeting to empower the children living in the earthquake… Read more »

Kanere: Kakuma News Reflector, Kenya

Kanere: Kakuma News Reflector, Kenya

The Punya Foundation partners with the Kanere and implements empowerment en education programs in Kakuma, refugee camp, Kenya. The Kanere, is a group of Ethiopian, Congolese, Ugandan, Rwandan, Somali, Sudanese and Kenyan… Read more »

Jana Kalyan Yuwa Samuha (JKYS): 2014

Jana Kalyan Yuwa Samuha (JKYS): 2014

Jana Kalyan Yuwa Samuha (JKYS) is a non-profit organization established in 1991. Operating in Jhapa district, eastern Nepal; its office is located at Birtamod. Since its inception, JKYS has been… Read more »

Bhutan Media Society

Bhutan Media Society

In April 2011, the foundation organised a stakeholder analysis to identify the needs at community level. Present in the discussion program are community leaders, representatives of youth organisations, social workers… Read more »