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Tinh Truc Gia "The Peaceful Bamboo Family" in Huê Vietnam
a residential community for youngsters living with mental disability

Film of the Vietnamese TV about Tinh Truc Gia

"Happy "Film made by a co-worker



Traditional Buddhist Ceremony to bless the Center

The Peaceful Bamboo Family
The Peaceful Bamboo Family is a vocational training community for youngsters living with mental disability, as well as a training center for special education and social therapy. This community also develops organic agriculture and wants to promote a responsible life style respecting the spiritual, cultural, social and natural environment. It is inspired by the ideals, values and experiences of the Camphill Movement

Eurasia Foundation: the background
In the early nineties, Lisi and Tho Ha Vinh, who were both at the time house parents in the Perceval Camphill community in St Prex, started their work in Vietnam, supporting the development of curative education in a country that was slowly recovering from thirty years of war.

Homepage: Eurasia Foundation
Please look at our blog www.tinhtrucgia.ch
Email:
vinhtho@hotmail.com
Peaceful Bamboo Family  Peaceful Bamboo Family
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Camphill Village Community Chístië Kluchí in Russia for adults with a mental impairment

Homepage: www.camphill.ru/

Newsletter 2, November 2011 PDF




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