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Luke Ketterhagen—Yoga In Action: Connecting Inner Life With Outward Action

Sit down with Luke Ketterhagen and discover how the practice of Yoga allows him to gain deeper understanding of himself, our world, and why giving back is the cornerstone of what it really means to practice the full body of Yogic teachings! Bringing ourselves to a dedicated and continuous practice of Yoga can [...]

A Living Movement: Mexico In Retrospect

In 2010, Himalayan Institute Humanitarian Projects started a new project in the foothills of the Sierra Norte in the state of Puebla, Mexico. From its conception, the project aimed to provide organic agricultural training along with health and wellness education to the people of Sierra Norte-a population deeply affected by malnutrition and obesity as a [...]

By | March 10th, 2017|Concepts, Energy Farming, General, Humanitarian, Mexico|

2017: Future In Perspective

Africa Reimagined For the past 10 years, Himalayan Institute Cameroon has been working in a small pocket on the west coast of, what is now, one of the fastest growing, continental market-places in the entire world: Africa. The Africa we are used to seeing as a combination of war-torn, disease-ridden countries has been changing ever rapidly [...]

Pandit Rajmani Tigunait-Yoga In Action: Part 1: Selfless Service

In this 10 part series with Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, we will explore what it means to give selflessly, achieve acts of service without losing our energy, uplifted spirit, & positive attitude, and how cross-cultural exchange helps us to become more open, accepting, curious people. Check out Part 1 below, and begin to journey forward in [...]

Volunteer Close-Up: DJ Pierce Photographer

Just as service is a cornerstone of the Yoga tradition, volunteers are a cornerstone of our work at Himalayan Institute Cameroon. This past summer, professional photographer, art director, and all around creative guru DJ Pierce generously volunteered his time and expertise at Himalayan Institute Cameroon. Photographer DJ Pierce on the road with Himalayan Institute Cameroon [...]

A Year In Review, A Commitment To The Future

It’s a New Year and we’ve made a new mark! 10 years: a milestone that has rocked the house here at the Himalayan Institute and at our international hub in Cameroon. We could not have done this without you. To our donors who have given with such an outpouring of generosity over the past year, we [...]

Fundraising: A Community Effort

A Step-By-Step Guide To Creating Your Own Fundraiser For the past few years the Himalayan Institute's Global Humanitarian Team has launched large scale Peer-2-Peer fundraisers to support the mission of our work. Himalayan Institute (HI) community members around the world have taken action by creating personal campaigns, mobilizing friends and family, and fundraising to fight [...]

By | September 14th, 2016|Cameroon|

One Tribe Update; Library & Health Expansion

Last year you supported our One Tribe campaign, a campaign consisting of education and health specialists striving to make knowledge and healthcare accessible to communities in rural Cameroon. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for the people we serve and to provide them with health and educational tools that empower them now, and [...]

By | August 3rd, 2016|Cameroon|

Celebrating Ten Years in Cameroon

This week marked a HUGE milestone for Himalayan Institute Global Humanitarian Projects.  Not only did we launch our brand new website, aka Humanitarian 2.0, but we’re kicking off our 10 Years of Service fundraising campaign to celebrate our accomplishments and accelerate our initiatives into the future!  This is a 6 month campaign to raise $200,000 in order [...]

By | July 21st, 2016|Cameroon|

The Countdown Is On! Only 2% to go!

Quick Stats: Goal $150k | Raised $147k | Needed $3k | 10 Days remaining Nearly one year ago we asked you to stand up, join hands and unite with 10 villages 7,000 miles away in Cameroon Africa. You trusted us, said yes, and together we partnered with these communities who’s children could not afford basic education, [...]

By | April 5th, 2016|Cameroon|