Ati is a Sanskrit term impregnated with many profound meanings one of which is the nature of mind. If we understand this in entirety it can give peace to our mind. Therefore, physical peace and mental peace is derived by which our thoughts and behaviors become positive reaching out to family, friends and eventually to our country and globally.

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To serve the sentient beings for developing wisdom and compassionate nature

Life Skills Education ToT in Phuntsoling

22nd Dec, 2015
Ati Foundation in collaboration with RENEW is organizing a five day workshop in Peling Hotel, Phuntsoling, Bhutan, from 22-26 December, 2015. ......

New Appointments

03rd Jul, 2015
Recently Ati Foundation appointed Lopen Tshering Leki, Lopen Sonam Wangchuk, Lopen Tshewang Dorji, Lopen Yeshi Jantsho and Lopen Tshewang Rinzin as new voluntary officials. ......


Tserang Dzongkhag

03rd Jul, 2015
In June 2015, Khenpo Sangay Wangdi, Khenpo Dawa Penjor and others from Ati Foundation, visited schools in Tserang Dzongkhag and offered talks on topics like Youth, Drug & Alcohol Abuse, Preciousness of life, Love and Respect, Compassion and, being mindful about the behaviors of ones three avenues; body speech & mind. ......


LSE in Tashigang

09th Oct, 2014
The Ati Foundation with support from UNFPA organized a sensitization workshop on Life Skills Education in Tashigang from September 29-30, 2014. Representatives of Choedeys from 4 Dzongkhangs (Lhuntse, Mongar, Tashiyangtse, Tashigang)participated. The two day workshop concluded with the participants feeling more knowledgeable and responsible.

The Ati Foundation organized a simila......