Mentions of BNF in the press

Nuns trained in basic teaching skills


Her Majesty Gyalyum Tshering Yangdoen Wangchuck graced the graduation ceremony of the 10-day basic skills training course for nuns and granted certificates at the Paro College of Education yesterday. The training, conducted by the lecturers from the college, focused on four areas; teaching skills, teaching strategies, assessment for learning, and basic skills in counselling

Nuns trained in basic teaching skills2020-02-07T10:51:31-08:00

Wolakha nunnery upgraded to Buddhist College


Nuns offer prayers and zhudhrel phuensum tshogpa on April 25 Religion: Nuns across the country will start studying a curriculum that has been developed for them, and discontinue the one that was developed for monks. The Bhutan Nun Foundation’s patron, Her Majesty Gyalyum Tshering Yangden Wangchuck, launched the new curriculum on April 26

Wolakha nunnery upgraded to Buddhist College2019-09-07T15:06:16-07:00

Fund-raising walk for Tshalumaphay retreat centre


A retreat centre for nuns is being built in Tshalumaphay, opposite Babesa in Thimphu. The centre will be a big one, of course. It will have a conference hall, a library, a medical centre and classrooms to train nuns after graduation. This is Bhutan Nuns Foundation’s (BNF) cherished dream. It is a dream worth USD 2m. So, to raise funds, BNF

Fund-raising walk for Tshalumaphay retreat centre2020-02-07T10:55:15-08:00
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