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  • Buddhist International Alliance (BIA)
    The BIA is a network of Buddhist monastic, education and charity organizations headed by His Eminence Khejok Rinpoche of the Gelugpa tradition within Tibetan Buddhism. Its root monastery is Dhe-Tsang Monastery of eastern Tibet.

  • KTD--Nairobi KTC--
    Nairobi (Kenya) Karma Thegsum Choling is a Karma Kagyu Buddhist Meditation Center of His Holiness the Seventeenth Gyalwa Karmapa, Ugyen Trinley Dorje, and a direct affiliate of Karma Triyana Dharmachakra, the Seat of His Holiness Karmapa in North America.

  • Rigpa
    Rigpa is an international network of meditation centers and groups under the guidance of Sogyal Rinpoche, author of the Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, and H.E. Dzogchen Rinpoche.

  • International Dzogchen Community
    The Dzogchen Community is a broad based association of people brought together by a common interest in the teaching of Dzogchen Ati, who follow it under the guidance of a master possessing practice, each according to his own capacity - the Tantras, the Lungs and the Upadeshas; and further the circumstances necessary for these activities.


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