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Youth Discussion Series on Emotional Hygiene

Dharamshala: The Department of Health, CTA, recently organized a Youth Discussion Series on Emotional Hygiene in collaboration with Tibetan Mental Health with support from PRM. The series held from May to June 2021, covered six discussions on the topics: Stress and Anxiety: how to cope during COVID-19, Emotional Intelligence, Depression and Bipolar Disorder: Stigma and […]

“Managing Stress and Anxiety during COVID-19” : Youth Discussion Series

Dharamshala: The Department of Health is organizing a virtual youth discussion series on various topics related to emotional hygiene in the next two months starting this series with the topic, “Managing Stress and Anxiety during COVID-19”, this Saturday, May 1st at 07:00 PM. 1. Youth Discussion Series- RSVP The Department of Health, CTA, with support […]

Study report launched on Tibetan women entrepreneurs and sweater sellers

Women’s Empowerment Desk (WED) under SARD, Dept. of Finance has conducted a study on Tibetan women entrepreneurs, specifically those participating in winter sweater trade last year.  “Given the significant presence that women occupy in this economic landscape, this study thereby proposes to explore how women’s roles in this particular economic geography shape these markets and […]

Training of DOHe Pharmacists concludes

Dharamshala: The Department of Health, CTA just concluded a two-day training on pharmacy inventory management for pharmacists of the Department of Health CTA on 23 March. The training was organized by the Optimal Service Model (OSM) section of the Department of Health CTA. The overall purpose of this training is to enhance the knowledge of DOH […]

CTA welcomes two fellows of American Indian Foundation (AIF)

Dharamshala: The second-year collaboration of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) with the American Indian Foundation (AIF)  hosted two fellows, Ms. Shivangi Singh and Ms. Trishla Bafna from India working in areas of gender mainstreaming and sensitization and towards the promotion of entrepreneurship and vocational education in Tibetan Schools. CTA’s SARD entered into a three-year partnership […]

Youth Empowerment Support (YES) section of Home Department sends 28 young people for skill training at ITI

Dharamshala: Youth Empowerment Support (YES) section of the Department of Home (DoH), CTA sent 28 Tibetan youth from 13 different Tibetan settlements for long term skill training at Tibetan Private Industrial Training Institute (ITI) based in Selakui, Dehradun. These 28 young people have started their training in December 2020. This is the 2nd year in […]

Department of Home sponsors 16 Tibetan youth to pursue skill training program

Dharamshala: Skill Training Scholarship program is a new initiative of the Youth Empowerment Support (YES) section of the Department of Home, CTA. The main objective of the program is to provide an opportunity to the Tibetan Youth (18-45 years) to pursue skill training program from any skill training institute of their choice and from anywhere in India. […]

Women’s Empowerment Desk under SARD host virtual program on 16th days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence (GBV)

Women’s Empowerment Desk (WED) in collaboration with the Martha Farrell Foundation (MFF), Delhi was able to organize a series of events during the 16th Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence (GBV) which is celebrated globally from 25th November – 10th December every year.  This campaign aims to raise awareness on the issue of gender […]

‘Himalayan Cultural Heritage’ – Tibet Policy Institute’s talk series on sacred monasteries of Himalayan Region

Dharamshala: The Tibet Policy Institute is hosting a talk series titled ‘Himalayan Cultural Heritage’ to spotlight the spiritually introspective, well-preserved 1000 year-long Buddhist traditions in the Himalayan region that have led to the establishment of many monasteries and inspired academic research and study into Buddhism. The talk series features over 12 abbots, instructors, administrators, researchers, […]

Two American Indian Foundation Clinton Fellows begins service at CTA

In March 2019, CTA’s SARD entered into a three-year partnership with the American Indian Foundation (AIF) through which AIF committed to placing two of their William J. Clinton Fellows each September for a service period of ten months. The Fellowship is named after former United States President Bill Clinton. In its first year of partnership, […]