Himalaya-Projekt e.V.

Himalaya-Projekt e.V. is a non-political, non-profit, organization dedicated to protecting the culture and civilization of the Himalayas.

www.himalayaprojekt.org

Himalaya Project

A Chicago-based (503c) non-profit for the preservation of Tibetan Medicine in the Himalayas and to providing public healthcare in the remote region of Dolpo, Nepal

himalaya-project.org

Himalaya Projekt e.V.

German non-profit dedicated to protecting the culture and civilization of the Himalayas

Dupseng Rinpoche, Chief Executive Director of Himalaya Project”

“Himalaya Projekt e.V. is known for serving different educational and community development projects in Nepal.

Recently, I was given the honor to become the Chief Executive Director of this organization. Since this project is associated with social benefits and provides the opportunity for many to realize their dreams, I gladly accepted the invitation to become a part of this organization.

As many of you may or may not know, Himalaya Projekt e.V. is involved with the construction of monasteries as well as old age homes, and sponsorship for children at several schools as well as for studies of monk, nuns etc. Projects are mainly located in rural areas where there is a shortage of basic needs, so everyone’s assistance is highly appreciated in order to make the projects happen.”

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Himalaya Project

A Chicago-based (503c) non-profit for the preservation of Tibetan Medicine in the Himalayas and to providing public healthcare in the remote region of Dolpo, Nepal

I am happy to introduce Himalaya Project, a non-profit dedicated to the preservation of Tibetan Medicine in the Himalayas and to providing public healthcare in the remote region of Dolpo, Nepal. Their project is the Dolpo School of Tibetan Buddhist Medicine which will train students not only in Tibetan Buddhist Medicine but in emergency care and wilderness first aid. Many lives will be saved from ailments like minor infections that are very treatable with the proper training. Infant / mother mortality rate is high and life expectancy in Dolpo has dropped well below 60 due to this lack of healthcare. See more about this highly beneficial project here:

http://www.himalaya-project.org