Yearly Archive for: ‘2011’

  • Join Us in Mexico!

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    Join us… for this exciting opportunity to explore remote regions of Mexico and visit our community center in Jonotla, Mexico. Space is very limited. To learn more, call us at 800-822-4547 (press 4) or click here. You can also join our humanitarian staff for a …

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  • Making Doje

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    To promote our Trees for Tibet campaign, we created a short stop-motion animation about a Tibetan farmer named Doje. Here is a behind-the-scenes look at the making of that video: If you never got a chance to “Meet Doje”, check out the video here: For …

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  • An Interview with John and Amanda

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    John Daskovsky and Amanda Masters have been working on the Himalayan Institute’s humanitarian projects since 2007. Watch this video to learn more about their recent adventures in Mexico and how you can be a part of it all! This summer there are two exciting ways …

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  • Valentine’s Day

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    Put some Heart into Valentine’s Day This year give a gift that makes a difference. By creating small businesses for women in rural Africa, Sacred Link Jewelry helps to create income opportunities which can eradicate poverty and heal economic isolation. It not too late to …

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  • Eco-Service Excursion to Cameroon

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    In November 2010, Pandit Rajmani Tigunait led a group of 25 participants on a journey through Cameroon, West Africa to the Himalayan Institute’s community center in Kumbo. From the moment participants hit the road in a bus to travel from Douala to Kumbo, they were …

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  • Energy Farming at the Tibetan Settlements

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    Check out this new video about our work at the Tibetan Settlements: To help plant more trees and create jobs for the Tibetan people, visit TreesForTibet.org!

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  • A Swingin’ Good Time in Kishong, Cameroon

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    Besides working hard on environmental initiatives, micro-businesses, and health and educational projects, the Himalayan Institute Cameroon is also in the business of having fun! The Energy Farming land in Kishong Village is located at the end of a residential street. The village is filled with …

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  • Second Training Program Complete, HI Mexico Demonstrates Operational Independence

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    A milestone in Himalayan Institute community center history has been achieved! For the first time, a major training course was organized and taught completely by local staff. In December 2010, 9 more students graduated from the second round of HI Mexico’s Sustainable Agriculture Training program, …

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