November 20 2020
“One of the essential components of happiness can be summed up in three words: altruism, love and compassion. How can we find happiness for ourselves when those around us are constantly suffering? M...
« We live in a fundamentally interdependent world. Both our well-being and our ill-being are built with others, through others. » – Matthieu Ricard
The beauty of our world and the beauty of life in all its forms encourage us to keep our eyes open to inequality and climate change. They can also suggest a motivation to act towards a more altruistic world.
La World Earth Day reminds us of our commitment: inspired by the beauty of all beings and nature, wonder motivates our action.
Protecting the environment and strengthening the capacities of vulnerable populations are the objectives at the heart of Karuna-Shechen’s programs.
Each year, we raise awareness, educate and protect for the Earth. In 2019, 18,782 families have planted organic vegetable gardens, 600 homes have been equipped with solar energy, 338 women have received vocational training, particularly in solar energy or ecological transport, and nearly 2,000 trees have been planted.
This can only be achieved thanks to you ! Turn your inspiration into action.
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November 9 2020
Jharkhand, the "Land of Forests", is a state in North-East India, born from a separation with the neighboring state of Bihar in 2000. Though rich in nature and landscapes, this region is afflicted by ...
October 28 2020
“Karuna-Shechen breaks taboos on what rural women can and cannot do, thus changing attitudes. As Dalai Lama often points out, we more than ever need empathy, altruism and compassion: that is why it ...
Meet the villagers, our team, and all those who make our work possible. Discover the values that guide and inspire us. And learn how your generous support improves the living conditions of 250,000 peo...