The Ngoenga School, one of the first schools for disabled Tibetan children, was established near Dehradun, India in 2000 at the urging of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. “Ngoenga” meaning extremely happy or joyous. The children are being provided free boarding, education and health care services.The school is under the administration of Central Tibetan Administrative, Department of Health (DoH) which does not have a stable source of funds to meet the expenses of the school. The DoH is, therefore, compelled to solicit sponsorship for the support of the students in the coming years.
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Lham’s father passed away when he has very small. His only mother does part-time labor and hard to provide food and education for her only child. Lham is diagnosed with autism spectrum and can’t hear at all. He has some problem seeing too. He can only communicate with expression because of his speech impairment issues. He can able to walk but needs a constant guide to help him. Any generous help towards Lham will be highly appreciated.
Neema Lhadon Adm No: 95
Date of Birth: Oct 12, 2008
Neema and her twin sister Sonam were born in Tawang, India. Soon after the birth of the twins, their father left home and the responsibility for raising two special needs children befell solely on their mother. She’s a farmer and day laborer, it became increasingly difficult for her to take care of her children. Neema has Sjogren-Larsson Syndrome (SLS), which is a rare, autosomal, recessive disease. She is not able to crawl, sit and stand and walk. Totally depends upon the wheelchair. Any help render for this girl will be highly appreciated.
Tenzin is from Dehradun, India. He started walking when he was at the age of two & eats and drinks from the age of three. He is the only child in the family. The child father left for abroad and now the mother is the only income earner of family & caretaker of the child. This lovely boy loves to play with smooth toys and loves to music. Any help rendered for this boy would be highly appreciated
Ngawang has four family members. They belong to a very poor family in remote area of Gelling Tuting, India. His father has also epilepsy health issues. The family income depends on small farms and it’s difficult to take of their children. Ngawang has speech impairment and some hearing issues. Due to his health condition. He was admitted at Ngoenga school on Aug 26. Please support Ngawang.
Rinzin Namgyal Adm No: 27
Date of Birth: Sept 3, 1990
Rinzin father passed away, he has two sisters. His family is depending upon seasonal winter 3-4 months small sweater business. The main bread earner of the family is his mother and elder sister.
Rinchen has aggressive behavior problem and hyperactive nature. He needs a caretaker every day to look after and to maintain his health condition. He loves people and greets them with respect. Please support Rinchen.