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Welcome to BCNH

The Bhutanese Community of New Hampshire (BCNH) is a community-based not for profit organization founded in 2010 to help New Americans living in the state of New Hampshire to achieve a better quality of life. The BCNH strives to achieve this goal through need-based community development projects in the state of New Hampshire. Its role is to support and empower needy individuals and families and provide direction for successful integration into the mainstream community. [Read more]

 


Shaping Our Future

Shaping our future
This report presents the findings from a participatory research project, Shaping Our Future: Integration from the Perspective of Bhutanese Young Adults in New Hampshire. This qualitative study investigates how Bhutanese young adults understand and describe their experiences, aspirations, and the opportunities available to them as they integrate into New Hampshire society.
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Summer Camp Projects

Summer camp Project

Realizing the importance of offering extra help to Bhutanese students for them to excel in their studies and to improve their English skills, the Bhutanese Community of New Hampshire (BCNH) in partnership with the New England Farm Workers Council launched summer camp project as a pilot program in July & August, 2012. [Read more]

 

Nepali Learning Project

Nepali Learning ProjectNepali Learning Project was launched from May 2011in Concord and from August 2012 in Manchester by Bhutanese Community of New Hampshire (BCNH) with an objective of preserving and promoting Nepali language, literature, culture, arts and heritage. There is no denying the fact that with the wave of resettlement in new home where English is used all around; children slowly started losing their mother tongue, which resulted into generation gap between parents and children. [Read more]

English & Civics Learning Project

Civics and English Learning ProjectBhutanese are the most peace loving and patriotic people in the world. They never react on the atrocities of the government even when they lost everything. They rather left their own country for the sake of king’s happiness and spent the most pathetic refugee life for over two decades.[Read more]

 

Honoring High School Graduates

Honoring High School Students GraduatesThe Bhutanese Community of New Hampshire (BCNH) strongly believes that education is a key to success no matter where you live. Education can never be stolen nor can it be destroyed. It is a matter of fact that education helps break the intergenerational cycle of poverty, contributes to stronger economies, supports healthier and prosperous families, and helps bring sustainable peace in the world. The BCNH realizes to recognize academic excellence among high school [Read more]

Deepawali Celebration

Dipawali CelebrationThe Bhutanese Community of New Hampshire (BCNH) has organized and performed Deusi-Bhaili program on the auspicious occasion of Deepawali, 2069 BS (October 2012) in the state of New Hampshire. The event was organized with the four fold objectives of; 1. Staying connected with our language, culture and art; 2. Creating enduring legacy for future generation of Bhutanese community in the state of New Hampshire through stewardship of Bhutanese heritage and … [Read more]

 

Bhanu Jayanti Celebration

Bhanu Jayanti Celebration
Every year since 2009, the Bhutanese Community of New Hampshire (BCNH) is observing Bhanubhakta Memorial Day, popularly known as Bhanu Jayanti with fanfare on Aaswin, 29th. Bhanu Bhakta Acharya is called Aadikavi, meaning the first poet of Nepali language. The title ‘Aadikavi’ was first used to Bhanubhakta by another Nepali literary figure, Motiram Bhatta in 1981.[Read more]

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