Send by Benchen Free Clinic, September 5, 2017
We concluded the health camp in the Parsa district of the flood affected southern Terai region of Nepal. The camp was organized by Central Child Welfare board of the government of Nepal and Public Health Office of Parsa District where ADARA Development Nepal, Himalayan Medical Foundation and Benchen P.D. Monastery supported financially, logistically and with human resources. We left Kathmandu and traveled 8 and half hours on 28 th August. From 29 - 31 August, we conducted the health camp. We returned on 1st sept. We had a team of 2 doctors, 2 health workers and 2 volunteers from ADARA, HMF and Benchen. During the 3 days, we treated 1618 patients. Among them male 27.3 percent, female 39 percent and children 33.7 percent.
Among diseases, 27.8 percent skin related diseases, 16.75 percent gastro problems, 13.3 percent ENT and eye, 12.2 percent viral fever, 5.52 percent respiratory, 6.99 percent Urinal Tract. 3.3 percent cardiac problems, and others 4.4 percent.
from Sherab Wangchuk, August 22, 2017
From Tempa Lama, August 19, 2017 - updated September 2017
These are some very recent photos of Kyabje Tenga Rinpoche Yangsi taken at Rö in August. Rinpoche is enjoying his village life with the other children. The small baby is Rinpoche's brother.
from Tempa Lama, July 9, 2017
Drubwang Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche is in the Benchen Monastery in Tibet right now giving teachings on Mahamudra. More than six thousand rinpoches, khenpos, lamas, monks and nuns have gathered. Everybody is joining four sessions each day, two in the morning and two in the afternoon. In the morning the first session is teachings, the second session is group meditation and in the afternoon it is the same.
Everything goes very nicely. The participants are all very happy for this rare opportunity to receive teachings by Sangye Nyenpa Rinpoche.
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