BIA supports ideas of taking actions to help those in need while at the same time set up the trend of doing something for others.
We seek to transform the world starting one person at a time! By fabricating projects with the aim to transform consciousness, we inspire all to act through loving compassion and create the most beautiful world imaginable.
Our ultimate goal extends beyond the provision of initial support to generate employment opportunities for the disabled in the society. We aspire to continuous growth (working nationally and internationally) creating sustainable projects for all disabled people throughout the country.
Recent News and Events
BIA conducts various activities throughout the year for the betterment of the differently abled people. Some events are conducted every year and some are conducted on the basis of necessity
Notice “Teachers Selection”This is to inform all the concerned that result of full-time contract teacher selection examination held on 29 June,2022 for …Read More »
Free Eye CampMarch4, 2022: BIA foundation family would like to wish our founder chairman, Chogyal Rinpoche a very happy birthday. We wish …Read More »
Teacher’s Training/ WorkshopFeburary 12,2022: BIA Foundation has been actively involved in different social projects in Nepal. The supported projects are running smoothly. …Read More »
Solar panel lights for SindhupalchowkJuly 6,2021: We were able to provide additional 40 solar lights to Help Nepal’s initiation. These lights were distributed to …Read More »
Aims and Objectives Helping differently-abled people to make their way back to a life worth living. To be a learning and workplace for more than 130 people with disabilities. To create opportunities for people with disabilities to help them learn
Nepal Buddhist Association
Aims and Objectives: Preservation of Buddhist culture in Nepal When Chogyal Rinpoche visited rural areas, and provided the communities with relief materials after the earthquake in 2015, he saw their gumbas – places of rituals, meditation, community gatherings – in
Nepal Buddhist Nunnery
In a house in Kathmandu which belongs to Chogyal Rinpoche’s family, he established the Nepal Buddhist Nunnery in 2015. In the school, approximately 30 girls and young women from all different walks of life, especially those belonging to financially struggling