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2016: Donated 450 Pictorial Books
We had donated 450 pictorial books to
1. Thukje choeling School, Chalsa
2. Sha wa ra Tibetan settlement
3. Palyangchen Lhamo at Lo Tserok, Mustang.
The books is sponsored by our executive member and friends Mr.Chemi Samdup(Australia), Tenzin Norbu, Karma, Tsering Paljor, Tsering Phuntsok, Tenpa and Kalsang Dakpa

2015: Donated 450 Pictorial Books
We had donated 450 pictorial books to
1. Thukje choeling School, Chalsa
2. Sha wa ra Tibetan settlement
3. Palyangchen Lhamo at Lo Tserok, Mustang.
The books is sponsored by our executive member and friends Mr.Chemi Samdup(Australia), Tenzin Norbu, Karma, Tsering Paljor {USA}, Tsering Phuntsok {USA}, Tenpa and Kalsang Dakpa.

2014: Donated 450 Pictorial Books
We had donated 450 pictorial books to
1. Thukje choeling School, Chalsa
2. Sha wa ra Tibetan settlement
3. Palyangchen Lhamo at Lo Tserok, Mustang.
The books is sponsored by our executive member and friends Mr.Chemi Samdup(Australia), Tenzin Norbu, Karma and Geshe Amdo Choedak.

2013: Hand Writing Books
We had free distributed 1000 Tibetan Handwriting books to various Place and School are those handwriting financial sponsored by our member and friends from parts of Nepal and abroad.

2012: Magazine Published Free Distributed
On the very auspicious occasion of noble peace prize ceremony, Free distributed 1000 copies of fourth edition of our annual magazine. Mainly with the objective of creating awareness among the younger generation about the growing influence of such drugs and alcohols, Education and Generation Gap, Some of the articles featured in the magazine were written with the motive of imparting moral understanding about what is right and what is wrong according to our religion.

2012 NYIMA WANGMO Treatment Recovery on December
Nyima Wangmo was suffering from Acute Lymphoblastic leukemia, Blood Cancer. She was 7 years old Tibetan girl suffered from blood cancer at her young age. Bodrigpunda Association along with Drokpo Team were able to collect fund(more than $6000) for her 2-3 years of treatment period. Nyima Wangmo’s chemotherapy treatment period is over and she got the certificate from the hospital stating that she has now recovered from Blood Cancer! We would like to thank all the people who really worked hard and supported her over the last two years. She will now go back to Pokhara and will join her previous school. Its her sheer her strength, her mother’s care and prayers from everyone of you that made her come out of cancer. She has arisen as an example that cancer can cured if we gave them enough love, care and support! Thank you everyone and always keep helping others.
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2012: Futsal Tournament
Bodrigpunda Association in the month of July during the birthday of H.H the Dalai Lama, we had organized a Futsal tournament that featured 12 teams from all over Kathmandu valley, the idea behind it was to bring the Himalayan and Tibetan community together in a spirit of sportsmanship, brotherhood and friendship. The tournament was a big success and it proved as a reason for celebration and a get together party for the entire Tibetan youngster in Kathmandu. The tournament was held on Saturday June 18, 23 and 30 June 2012.
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2011: Education Helping Hand
The project ‘Helping Hand’ is a small attempt in trying to make the journey towards a brighter tomorrow for the Tibetan and Himalayan kids who are financially handicapped in one of the most remote places in Nepal a real possibility and a chance to excel in their abilities.
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2011: Magazine Published 1500 Free Distribution
On the very auspicious occasion of noble peace prize ceremony, Bodrigpunda Association distributed 1500 copies of Third edition of our annual magazine. We spend more than a month collecting articles on internet and we wrote some articles on issues such as education, environment and drugs abuse etc. Mainly with the objective of creating awareness among the younger generation about the growing influence of such drugs and alcohols. Some of the articles featured in the magazine were written with the motive of imparting moral understanding about what is right and what is wrong according to our religion

2011: Basketball Tournament
Bodrigpunda Association in the month of July during the birthday of H.H the Dalai Lama, we had organized a basketball tournament that featured 8 teams from all over Katmandu valley, for that we have collected a donation from some of our kind donors and the idea behind it was to bring the Himalayan and Tibetan community together in a spirit of sportsmanship, brotherhood and friendship.
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2010 July Helped NYIMA WANGMO Treatment
Helped Nyima Wangmo, suffering from Acute Lymphoblastic leukemia, Blood Cancer. Nyima Wangmo,7 years old Tibetan girl suffered from blood cancer at her young age. Drokpo Team along with Bodrig Punda Association, were
able to collect fund(more than $6000) for her 2-3 years of treatment period. We are very happy and proud to announce that she is fully recovered and back in her daily life in Pokhara, Nepal.
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 2010 Magazine Pubished 1000, free distributed
On the very auspicious occasion of noble peace prize ceremony, Bodrigpunda Association distributed 1500 copies of second edition of our annual magazine. We spend more than a month collecting articles on internet and we wrote some articles on issues such as education, environment and drugs abuse etc. Mainly with the objective of creating awareness among the younger generation about the growing influence of such drugs and alcohols. Some of the articles featured in the magazine were written with the motive of imparting moral understanding about what is right and what is wrong according to our religion.
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2010 Helping for Sonam Palmo and Her siblings
Bodrig Punda’s members were supporting them financially since November 2010. Each member makes contribution of NRS. 300/ monthly. Currently there were 15 members who had participated in this Nobel deeds. This will partially help them, but then, just Rs. 3,000/ is far from being sufficient to meet their monthly expenses.