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- The KHCP-Karmapa´s Healthcare Project e.V. is a non-profit charitable association, which is based on donations, willingness to help and western scientific knowledge.
100% of the donations are used for medicine, equipment, surgeries and services of local doctors. All western helpers, including the board of directors, are unpaid volunteers who work without compensation.
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12/2014: 7th KHCP-Medical Camp in Bodhgaya/IndiaThe Kagyu Monlam 2014 took place between December 15 and 21, with thousands of devotees in attendance... For the 7th time this year, the KHCP - Karmapa´s Healthcare Project provided free medical checkups and healthcare for participants in the Monlam as well as the local population. Over 3,000 patients were treated by 40 voluntary helpers: physicians, dentists, physiotherapists, Tibetan medicine, acupuncturists, nurses, assistants, organisers and helpers...
Water treatment plant at monastery/school of Nedo Rinpoche in Rumtek/SikkimFebr. 2013: Every year, the KHCP tries to set up specialised projects that help improve the healthcare situation in situ. This way Nedo Rinpoche’s monks in Rumtek received a budget for the installation of a water treatment plant. Now they sent us their pictures of the new installation here.
KHCP-Medical and Dental Camp in Leh/Ladakh/India, April 2014for monks and young disciples of Rigjung Residential School and Karma Dupgyud Choeling Monastery on 3600m altitude, working temperatures between -10°C and 5°C, general checkups for 300 children/200 lay-people, 135 dental checkups, 105 teeth extractions, hygiene and dental instructions to 370 students (4-18y) of the school...
KHCP-DHK-Medical- Dental- and Optician Camps at Sherab Gyaltsen Rinpoche's Mani Temple in KathmanduMarch 10-12, 2014: Like last year, the KHCP again organized a medical camp during Sherab Gyaltsen Rinpoche's grand Chenrezig accumulation for the more than 2000 practitioners. With the fruitful collaboration with the Dhulikhel Hospital from Kathmandu and the cooperation with the Manang-Social-Services-Committee we could again carry out plenty hundreds of treatments...
in Bodhgaya/India (Dec 15-21) had been done successfully.
Many thanks to all helpers and donors. >Photo report here<
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