PAWO

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PAWOPan African Women's Organization
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Caerphilly Male Voice Choir have stepped forward to record the song, a move which Pawo hopes will encourage other choirs across the world to participate.
Pawo, originally from east London, has set up the Gesar Foundation to further his aims of helping children across the globe.
A number of versions of the song have already been recorded, and are available to hear on the Gesar Foundation website, but Pawo sees the male voice choir offering as the definitive version.
Their topics include a preliminary investigation of Bhutanese castle ruins and caves associated with Lha sras Gtsang ma, becoming a Pawo, patterns in the ritual dissemination of Padma Gling pa's treasures, and changing the contours of the legal landscape as shown in the Jabmi Act of 2003.
For example, young incarnate lama Pawo Rinpoche, who was recognized by the Karmapa in 1994, lived under Government supervision at Nenang Monastery.
The highlights from the Bhutanese contingent include His Eminence Kyabje Khedrup Rinpoche Ugyen Tenzin Thinley Lhendup, ace photographer and filmmaker Pawo Choyning Dorji, Khenpo Sonam Bumdhen of the Central Monastic Body, and front-runners of the Bhutanese fashion world, Chimmi Choden and Chandrika Tamang.
In the meantime, structures formed by Africans for Africans like PAWO (Pan African Women's Organisation), PYU (Pan African Youth Union), and OATUU (Organisation of African Trade Union Unity) continue to be weak.
For example, young incarnate lama Pawo Rinpoche, who was recognized by the Karmapa Lama in 1994, lived under government supervision at Nenang Monastery.
Another young reincarnate lama, Pawo Rinpoche, who was recognized by the Karmapa Lama in 1994, lived under strict government supervision at Nenang Monastery.