All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘humanitarian projects’

  • HIC Spotlight: Bannyuy Justine

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    In the midst of the Himalayan Institute Cameroon’s major humanitarian initiatives, the remarkable stories of those responsible often go unreported. This section of the blog seeks to showcase the diverse range of backgrounds, talents, obstacles, and triumphs represented in our local staff and contacts. Bannyuy …

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  • Himalayan Institute Total Health Program

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    The Himalayan Institute’s Total Health Program is creating global solutions to health problems in rural communities by using a holistic approach. Chosen candidates for the program receive an in depth training in anatomy and physiology, Ayuveda, homeopathy, hygiene and sanitation, diet and nutrition, yoga therapy, …

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  • Promoting Literacy

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    Education is a primary focus of the Himalayan Institute’s humanitarian efforts. At the Himalayan Institute Cameroon work is being done to support local schools and promote literacy. In late February, the HIC teamed up with a local NGO, Knowledge For Children, to bring children’s books …

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  • Raised Bed Gardening To Teach From and Eat From

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    Many of the stories about the HIC feature public outreach endeavors and service programs, but some efforts have also gone toward making the HIC more self-sufficient internally while at the same time providing education. This spring a portion of the backyard was converted to a …

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  • A Well and Irrigation for Kishong

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    One of the most exciting projects that the HIC School of Energy Farming is currently working on is the installation of a water system on HIC land in Kishong Village. Most of the roughly 35,000 residents of Kishong have access to municipal water in their …

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  • Carpentry Tools and Services Demonstration

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    The School of Carpentry & Construction opened its doors for two Saturdays in June to give public demonstrations of its new carpentry equipment and services. Local carpenters, craftsmen, and apprentices spent hours examining the machines and getting their questions answered about how these new tools …

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  • Yoga for Nurses

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    As part of its ongoing community outreach, the Himalayan Institute Cameroon is now working with a local hospital to teach nurses practical yoga techniques. Juliette Fai, a teacher at the Shisong Nurses School, invited yoga instructor and HIC volunteer John Daskovsky to come teach in …

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  • HIC Spotlight: Marten Nyar

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    In the midst of the Himalayan Institute Cameroon’s major humanitarian initiatives, the remarkable stories of those responsible often go unreported. This section of the blog seeks to showcase the diverse range of backgrounds, talents, obstacles, and triumphs represented in our local staff and contacts. Marten …

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  • Carpentry Class Launching

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    On June 1, the School of Carpentry and Construction began its first 10-week vocational training course on advanced woodworking techniques and furniture-making. The school pioneers a range of new tools, equipment, and design techniques to improve the quality, efficiency and safety of all carpentry and …

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  • New Carpentry Tools for Kumbo

    The Himalayan Institute’s School of Carpentry & Construction is busy preparing for its first 10 week course on advanced woodworking techniques. Electricians and mechanics have been working at a furious pace to get all of the tools installed and tuned up before class begins on …

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