SPONSOR A CHILD IN EXILE: YONGLING CRECHE & KINDERGARDEN

IMG_1684The Yongling Creche & Kindergarten was founded in Dharamsala , India in 1984 by a Tibetan youth, Mr. Dawa Tsering, and with the cooperation of parents in Mcleod Ganj. During those days, many Tibetans were engaged as laborers in construction, road building and carpet weaving.  They faced many problems having to bring their children to work.  Thus the kindergarten was established to shoulder the responsibility of the Exile Tibetan Government so that working parents would gain an awareness of their responsibility toward their children’s education and could educate their children at the right age. Approximately 260 children, including 50 babies below three years of age attend the school.  There are 17 staff including nine teachers, three nannies, two cooks, one dance and music teacher, one hostel mother and a secretary.  The school also has hostel facilities for those children whose parents have to move constantly in search of livelihood or are living in places where there are no Tibetan schools.

Tenzin Dhangsel Sponsored

Date of Birth: May 3, 2015

Tenzin both parents are new comer from Tibet. His father is a painter and mother sell local items on the street and has no fixed income.  Please support Tenzin towards his education.

 

Tsering Dorjee Sponsored

Date of Birth: August 24, 2013

Tsering is studying in Stage1. Her mother sell local items on street shop.  He has one elder brother 8 yrs. old studying in 2nd grade at Tibetan Homes Foundation in Mussoorie, India. His mother is the only family member who earns for their living and it’s difficult for her to provide education for her two sons. Please support Tsering to complete his school education.

Tenzin Choeden Sponsored

Date of Birth: March 16, 2014

Tenzin parents are new comer from Tibet in 2002. His father left to France leaving behind him and his mother.  Tenzin’s studying at Yongling School, they are staying with uncle and his family.  Tenzin’s mother has no source of income to look after them. Please support Tenzin to continue his education.

Tenzin Choetso Sponsored

Date of Birth: June 12, 2014

Tenzin is studying in Stage1. Her mother and father came from Tibet.  Her mother does tailoring and her father stays home due to his health condition.  Tenzin has one younger sister. Her mother is the only family member who earns for their living and it’s difficult for her to provide education for her two daughter. Please support Tenzin to complete her school education.

Please note that from September 2015 onward, The Tibet Fund will charge a $5 fee for each quarterly sponsorship payment to partially cover the cost associated with credit card fees, wire transfers to India, and other processing fees.

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