Visiting the Tzu Chi kidney Dialysis Centre and their recycling centre was a great and constructive experience for our monks and nuns, and for the other few NGO participants. Many activities we participated were very similar to what BNF has been trying to advocate to our nuns throughout BNF’s trainings. We all came back with
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Another successful programme was the visit to the Kasih Hospice Care Society, a non-profit organization, established in 1997 together with other committee members of Losang Dragpa Buddhist Society. It provides hospice services to patients with terminal illnesses in line with the Buddhist philosophy of universal compassion in dealing with the living and the dying. This
By Craig Lewis Buddhistdoor Global | 2016-08-12 | Nestled between China and India on the eastern edges of the mighty Himalayas, the tiny Buddhist Kingdom of Bhutan is remarkable for a number of reasons. Perhaps best known for prioritizing “Gross National Happiness” over the shortsighted acquisitiveness of economic growth and for its sustainable approach to
The Bhutan Nuns Foundation (BNF) is pleased to announce a vacant post for the Site Engineer. TERMS OF REFERENCE Site Engineer Duration: 24 Months, with possibility of extension Duty Station: Tshalumaphey, Thimphu Bhutan Objective of the Contract with expected results/outputs: Under the overall supervision of the Executive Director and Board of Directors, the Site
Menstruation matters to everyone, everywhere. This is the unapologetic theme of this year’s globally celebrated menstrual hygiene Day. Social taboos, negative norm and embarrassment mean that menstruation is too often not given the attention it deserves. This is true despite the fact that half of the world menstruates. Additionally menstrual hygiene has important implications for