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Organizer kisses regional volleyball trophy

Beating Armed Police Force (APF) in the final battle Team A from the organizing team bagged the tittle of eastern regional volleyball tournament, Wednesday. APF...

BCAST donates AUD 1000 to fire victims

The Bhutanese Community Association of Southern Tasmania Inc. (BCAST) said it has donated AUD 1072.74 (equivalent to Rs 93,000) to recent fire victims of...

Suicide Prevention Day organized

Transcultural Psychosocial Organisation (TPO) Nepal organized the World Suicide Prevention Day amidst various stage programs in Beldangi-II, Monday. The organization is one of the...

Dzongkha: an emerging issue

In the following paragraphs, my expressions might sound contemptuous to Dzongkha, but I am not posing myself as xenophobic. If I have to name...

Narrow escape as tree crashes school building

Dozens of students of Tri-Ratna Secondary School of Beldangi-II refugee camp had a narrow escape when a large tree came crashing down the school...

YFC conducts three-day journalism training

The Youth Friendly Center (YFC) organised a three-day long journalism training from May 5 – 7. Facilitated by Dutch writer and documentary maker Alice Verheij,...

Flame from hut to hut

It was 7:22 am when fire broke out in one of the houses in Goldhap. The blowing wind carried the flame from hut to hut. The fire became uncontrollable. In ninety minutes, 512 huts out of 605 were reduced to ashes. Fire brigade was called. They moved into action and yet they could not arrest the fast spreading fire. Along with the huts our Child Play Centre and Youth Friendly Centre were totally consumed by fire and nothing could be salvaged.All the materials in our Palliative Care Centre were burnt out. The fire also engulfed the Health Centre run by Association of Medical Doctors of Asia (AMDA) Nepal. The Caritas/JRS Nepal team was the first to reach Goldhap and be with the victims of fire. As our school has brick wall and tin sheet roofing, it was not affected. Hence it has become now the shelter for about 3,800 people displaced by fire [...]

Goldhap fire victims get cash support ; UNHCR Chief visits Pathri

The Government of Nepal (GoN) has provided Rs 1500 each for every burnt house in Goldhap camp, Wednesday. As assured by Chief District Officer of...

Continuing Tradition of Immigration

BY Scott H DeLisi : It is a matter of pleasure to be here to join with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, International Organization for Migration, the colleagues from Bhutan and with the core-group and all of you to mark this very special occasion –departure of the 40,000th Bhutanese refugee from Nepal. I think it is a great day and the weather has cooperated, as well. I know I speak from the fellow core-group members. When I say the US is proud to work with such a tremendous group of partners to provide a durable solution to our refugees from Bhutan

A Culture of Appreciation

Even before the existence of any agencies, and while their counterparts were busy looking for a better opportunity to shape their lives, this group of noble people sat down in a corner of a small hut in Maidhar and started writing their mission. They knew nothing favored them, but they fought hard. Their dedication and unity paid them off. They accomplished their mission. I am talking about none other than the small group of people who started the education system in the refugee camp. It was long after the institution was set up that they were assured of some help by any agency. One can logically argue that education would have started anyway, and I agree, but would not have been possible until two years time from then.
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