Workshop on Civil Society Organiztions

On 9th November 2022
A one-day workshop called “Good Governance of CSOs” was organized by the Tibetan Centre for Conflict Resolution (TCCR) in which Dr. Ravi Shankar conducted the entire workshop at the Hotel Wood Castle. The organizers invited Central TWA’s Accountant, Ms. Tenzing Woser along with other Major NGOs based in Dharamshala.

United Nations COP 27 in 2022

From 6th -18th November 2022,

Four Tibetan Women delegations from the Tibet Climate Crisis coalition participated in the COP27 in Egypt. The coalition is made of the following groups Tibet Policy Institute, International Tibet Network, Tibet Watch, Students For A Free Tibet, and Tibet Justice Center. We believe that Tibet's climate must be a major part of the global climate discussion.

Australia Tibet Council Meeting

On 8th November 2022,
Members of the Australia Tibet Council visited the office of Central TWA for a tour and got well-acquainted through a brief introduction and understanding of the association's evolution, moreover the social status of Tibetans in exile was reported, and emphasized the ongoing China-Tibet issues. A significant contribution was offered by the Members in purchasing some of TWA’s published books proving their great input toward women's empowerment.

The 12th Annual Nun’s Empowerment Program

On 1st November 2022,

The first day of the 12th Nun’s Empowerment Program started with an early yoga session with a Professional trainer. The day continued after 9 o’clock with a welcome speech by our President, Tenzing Dolma, followed by an introduction to the Tibetan Women’s Association and the aim of the Buddhist Nun’s Empowerment Program. The afternoon session was carried out by our Project Officer, Tenzin Yingsel on Gender Sensitization.

earlier on 31st October 2022, a Welcome Dinner was organised for the 30 participants and working committee members of the Nunnery were invited.

On 2nd November 2022,

The second day of the workshop was carried out with an early morning yoga session followed by continuation of Gender sensitization training by our Project Officer Ms. Tenzin Yingsel.

On 3rd November 2022,

After a great Yoga session in the morning, the third day of 12th BNEP session was led by Ms Tsering Dolma, Vice President on Nun's empowerment and Communication Skill.

On 4th November 2022,

After a yoga session in the morning. The fourth day of 12th BNEP was planned for an education tour for the participants. The tour started with a visit at Namgyal middle Boarding school, following at RTWA Kathmandu Old age home and the day ended at Central zoo Jowalakhel. We thank everyone for supporting and making this Education tour knowledgeable

On 5th November 2022,

Fifth day of the 12th BNEP jumped off with a relaxing yoga session in the morning. Succeeding, the participants had Leadership and communication Skill session by Ms Tsering Dolma. After a heavy lunch, the afternoon session was on “Women’s Health” by Doctor Tenzin Choezom. We thank Doctor la for a great, informative and alerting session.

On 6th November 2022,

The sixth day of the 12th BNEP commenced with a calming yoga session in the morning. The day followed with a session on “Women's Health” by Doctor Kunsang. After which the second last day’s afternoon session was taken on Leadership and Communication Skills by Vice President, Tsering Dolma. We really appreciate and extend thanks to Dr. Kunsang for her session.


Tibet is the source of most rivers in Asia. The four major Asian rivers have their sources on all four sides of Kailash. These four rivers flow across Asia, and a huge population of the neighboring countries depends on the water from these rivers.
Brahmaputra River. Yarlung Tsangpo
The source of the river is on the east side of Kailash. The name Brahmaputra comes from the Indian language. The river flows along the southern part of Tibet, into India, and then to Bangladesh, where it merges with the Ganges River and finally reaches the Bay of Bengal. In Tibet, the Niyang River and the Lhasa River are tributaries of the Yarlung Tsangpo River.
Sutlej River. Langchen Khabub
The Sutlej River originates at the foot of Mount Kailash from a modern glacier near Langta. The Sutlej flows west to Tada County in Tibet, the most important river in the Ali province of the Tibet Autonomous Region. After that, it enters Himachal Pradesh in India. The section in India is called the Sutlej River. From there, it flows further to Pakistan.
Indus River. Singgye Khabub 
The source of the river is to the north of Kailash. It is one of the major rivers in Western Tibet. The river flows from the southeast to the northwest. At the Tashigang Border Station in Tibet, it merges with another important tributary that originates in the northern foothills of the Himalayas in Tibet. After entering the Kashmir region in India, it flows further through Pakistan into the Indian Ocean.
Karnali – tributary of the Ganges River. Macha Khabub 
The Karnali River originates near Lake Manasarovar, to the south of Kailash. Its source is in a glacier to the north of Gudron-la in the Himalayas in Purang County. Karnali is a tributary of the Ganges or Ganga River. From Western Tibet, the river flows to Nepal (where it is the longest river in Nepal), and then further to India. It runs through the southern part of Purang County, called Simicott Town (mainly Tibetan) in Nepal. It enters Nepalese territory and then flows into the Ganges River, which flows through India and into the Indian Ocean.