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Shreemad Bhagawat Saptaha Mahayagya 2014

purana 2014 in Concord NH


Dipawali 2013
Dipawali 2014


NH Senior Bhutanese Honor Program
Honoring Elderly Bhutanese in NH


Miscellaneous Photos
Cultural Program in NH


fter 17 years in a refugee camp in Nepal Tirtha Basnet has finally found a new home, and had got US Citizenship a month ago in New Hampshire. Bhutanese Community of New Hampshire (BCNH) extends congratulations to Mrs. Tirtha Basnet. Basnet is a true role model for our elders and her hard work to become citizen is a source of inspiration to all of us. Being first Bhutanese woman from New Hampshire to obtain citizens without schooling background in our country back home is a matter of pride not only to Basnet family but for all Bhutanese elders around the country and BCNH salute on your honest effort!Once again Congratulation, Mrs Tirtha Basnet is regarded as our great elder ambassador!
Jessica Santos, longtime volunteer at BCNH has talked to Basnet and tried to dig out the real experience of Basnet.

Refugees and the Affordable Care Act – Nepali
Children and Families
It is important to take care of yourself and your body so you can stay healthy. The Affordable Care Act is a new law in the United States that helps more people get health insurance. Refugees will receive many benefits thanks to this law. Persons using assistive technology may not be able to fully access information in this file. For assistance, please contact the Office of Refugee Resettlement at 202-401-9246 or see.yang@acf.hhs.gov.

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