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 Latest News...Program Update - March 2016! 

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Now collecting money to finance high school and university education!

Many students from villages in the Rebkong area have to interrupt their studies after finishing middle school because their family cannot afford paying tuitions fees.The Education Project started in 2012 to help them go to high school or university. With the money collected in 2015 we were able to help 17 of them in 5 different villages. Funds needed for this project : 250 € per high school student, 1350 € per university student; any amount of money will help and is very much appreciated. 


We need your help to keep moving forward!

Tibetan Yogis Villages - Ngakpas of Rebkong

  Our mission 
 Provide access to high school or university education to disadvantaged students 



 Promote the study of Traditional Tibetan Medicine  


Visit the website of the International Academy for Traditional Tibetan Medicine (IATTM)



 Restore ancient constructions


Such as historical Ngakpa Houses…



 Make research and publish books


Related to Tibetan Culture, Ngakpa Tradition and Traditional Tibetan Medicine.


Preserve ancient manuscripts, create digital librarie


 Our organization 
INMI was founded in 2000 by Dr Nida and two of his brothers to preserve and develop the Rebkong Ngakpa culture. It is a non-profit organization with several associated branches throughtout the world.
 Our global program 
 " Rigzin Rabpel Ling" 


5 400 people, leaving in 10 villages around Rigzin Rabpel Ling, will benefit from this program covering cultural, educational and healthcare aspects. Many of them are farmers who have integrated Tantric Buddhism practices in their everyday life; they are called Ngakpas and Ngakmos.



 To make this project become a reality 

 we need your help...donations are welcome! 



Click on "Donation" to support the Education Project!