All the children included in our campaign 2022-2023 have been properly schooled thanks to generous sponsors.
Children come from villages of Arunachal Pradesh, usually from large families with low level of resources.
The children are hosted in the Tibetan Children’s Home (TCH), welfare society with which the Foundation has an agreement, and go to a nearby school.
You can sponsor a child totally o partially. Click on the photos below to get to know the girl or boy better and her sponsorship status. Each case is treated individually. Currently there are children in process of screening and selection.
For more information, get in touch with the Foundation sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsors receive information on the child’s progress, as well as at least two letters a year written by the child. They can communicate with her/him and also arrange a visit to Dehradun to meet her/him and even volunteer.
The first new sponsored child (from Bihar) arriving at the Tibetan Children’s Home:
The Foundation has helped the proper schooling of children from the Eastern Himalayas villages
The Tibetan Children’s Home hostel hosts girls and boys from families in a very precarious situation in the Himalayas. It has already taken a significant number of them out of poverty. With the education received they have been able to occupy a decent position in their society. For years some of the monks of the Foundation have collaborated in the selection and support of the hosted children.
The children are cared for, supported and tutored in the hostel. They attend one of the two nearby schools, the Tibetan Nehru Memorial Foundation School, a public Tibetan language school, and another private English language school.
Children in the sponsorship process will join this hostel, which has long experience and is fully operational at a low cost with local staff.
Ultimately, all of humanity is one, it is a whole, and this small planet is our only home. If we want to protect this home of ours, each of us needs to cultivate and practice universal compassion.
– HH the XIV Dalai Lama