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7 days ago

Some of the older students from Gangchen Samling School helping with the community 'clean-up'! ... See MoreSee Less

7 days ago

Some of the older students from Gangchen Samling School helping with the community clean-up!

One of our greatest joys is seeing the young students in Nepal, who we have supported throughout their entire education thanks to the long distance adoptions project, achieve a college diploma or degree. Achieving this level of education would be impossible for these students who are from some of the poorest families in the area that we help. For the academic year 2019-20 we are supporting 69 students in further education. 16 of these students are attending their first year of college after passing the Secondary Education Exam (SEE). www.helpinaction.net/en/ongoing-projects/further-education-fund/ ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

One of our greatest joys is seeing the young students in Nepal, who we have supported throughout their entire education thanks to the long distance adoptions project, achieve a college diploma or degree. Achieving this level of education would be impossible for these students who are from some of the poorest families in the area that we help. For the academic year 2019-20 we are supporting 69 students in further education. 16 of these students are attending their first year of college after passing the Secondary Education Exam (SEE). http://www.helpinaction.net/en/ongoing-projects/further-education-fund/
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3 weeks ago

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Tashi Delek!πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

Serpom Thoesam Norling School in South India was established in 2008 and is presently responsible for the eduction 180 young monks between the ages of 6 and 12. Many of the children are admitted into the monastery because their parents or extended families are unable to care for them. Most of them come from the poorest villages in Nepal and Sikkim. This non-profit school runs thanks to the donations it receives. If you would like to help by making a donation or supporting one of the children please get in touch!
www.helpinaction.net/en/ongoing-projects/monasteries/
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3 weeks ago

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Quel plaisir de voir des familles qui comprennent que l'éducation et l'instruction sont importantes. ça change des comportements des parents et des élèves occidentaux. C'est même frappant... Bravo pour toutes vos initiatives!

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