Educating Tibetan Refugee Children and Youth

 
$28,570
$21,430
Raised
Remaining
Aug 17, 2007

Update on Tibetan Education of Children and Youth Project—August 2007

Creating Hope International is presently helping to support the education of 461 Bon boys and girls in three centers in Dolanji, India. The centers house the children and provide food and clothing with support from donors around the world. The students attend classes at the Tibetan School for the Bon. There are now 22 Bon girls from Nepal who are attending the school along with 439 other boys and girls.

When I visited in December 2006 and April 2007, the children looked healthy and, as always, happy. The principal of the school reported that all were progressing well. What is quite amazing is to see the support that the children give to each other and the love and support that they receive from the monks and nuns who look after them at the monastery and nunnery.

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Project Leader

Toc Dunlap

Executive Director
Dearborn, Michigan United States

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