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Dhammayietra: Pilgrimages of Truth in Cambodia
The Dhammayietra is an annual peace walk in Cambodia that originated during the historic repatratiation of refugees along the Thai border camps during the United Nations monitored transition to democracy in 1992. The peace walk takes place in early May and usually involves an assemblage of Buddhist monks and lay persons who travel various routes in Cambodia. Read more

Kasih Hospice Care Society

Kasih Hospice Care Society (KHC) is a charitable, non-governmental organization that offers medical, emotional & spiritual support to patients with advanced diseases such as cancer, end stage renal failure, and HIV/AIDS. It was established in 1997 in Malaysia and is now part of the Foundation of Preservation of Mahayana Tradition under the spiritual guidance of Kybje Lama Zopa Rinpoche. Read more

Dhamma Moli
The Dhamma Moli Project is founded by Venerables Molini and Dhamma Vijaya of Nepal. Read more

Dhamma Aid Cambodia
The people of Cambodia or Khmers have been Buddhists since the13th century and was once part of a great empire. However, fate took a twist in modern times. The Khmers suffered terribly during the civil war between the years 1970 to 1975 and in the years thereafter. When the communist Khmer Rouge came to power in 1975, its genocidal programs led to the death of between 1 to 3 million people out of a population of 7.3 million. In an effort to restructure Cambodian society the Khmer Rouge targeted the educated class and destroyed the religious and cultural structure of society. Of the estimated 65,000 monks in Cambodia at that time, less than 3,000 survived the Khmer Rouge years. Read more

A "Shelter" for Dharma Awakening in Korea
Rapid socio-economic growth of South Korea has brought an unwelcome side effect that threatens to undermine its own cultural heritage as well as moral standards. Read more

Association of Engaged Buddhists (Sydney, Australia)
The Association of Engaged Buddhists provides assistance and support to those who are suffering from serious or life-threatening illness throughout the Greater Sydney area. All major hospitals and hospices are visited by Sangha or volunteer members. Read more

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