TJasmine Class Students (3)he 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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Tenzin Kunchok, code#105

Date of Birth: July 6, 2012    From: Leh ladakh

Tenzin Kunchok lives with his mother and elder brother. His father abandoned him soon after he knew that Kunchok is a disabled child. In order to feed the two young children and for better treatment of Kunchok, their mother works in different houses. The child needs full assistant on day to day activities, like toileting, eating, dressing, etc. The mother admitted him at Ngoenga School for special needs with a hope for better treatment.  Any help rendered for this child will be highly appreciated.

Sonam Ladhun, code#96

Date of Birth: Oct 12, 2008   From: Tawang, India

Sonam Lhadhun and her twin sister were born in Tawang, India to parents Lobsang Dhargay and Mindu Lhamo. However, soon after the birth of the twins, their father left home and the responsibility of raising two special needs children befell solely on their mother. Sonam’s mother is a farmer and day laborer, so it became increasingly difficult for her to take care of both children and make a living to support her family. Like her twin sister Neema, Sonam also has Sjogren-Larsson Syndrome (SLS), which is a rare, autosomal, recessive disease. Sonam has developed enough strength in her arms to push her own wheelchair. She is currently learning to control and navigate a wheelchair. This will give her a new degree of independent mobility. Any help render for this girl will be highly appreciated.

Tenzin Rabyang, code#89

Date of Birth: May 5, 2001            From: Haripur, India
Tenzin’s lives with his parents and sister. His father is in army and mother stays at home. Tenzin has been delayed development by birth and started walking at age 7. He needs full support and assistant from others. Your generosity and support for his education is highly needed.

Tenzin Norzom, student id#102 Sponsored

Date of Birth: July 8, 2008     From: Mundgod, India

Tenzin Norzom’s have four family members Her father and mother sell fast food at road side to run their home. Her younger brother is just two years old. They have to pay the room rent to the landlord as they don’t have their own house to live. Due to very poor financial status of the family, they don’t have any other choice but to admit her in this special needs school. She is having great deal of movement problems as her legs are abnormally twisted inward. As such, she needs help on her personal care. Therefore any help rendered for this lovely child will be highly appreciated.

Lham Tsering, student id#104 Sponsored

Lham Tsering is from Tawang, northwestern part of Arunachal Pradesh in India. He is from a very poor family. Father works as a labor on daily wage basis to support the family. Mother is housewife. Lham is having difficulties of speech, hearing and movement since birth. He is in need of full assist on his daily activities, such as feeding, dressing and etc.  Due to remoteness of his home and poor financial status of family, he is recently admitted in this special need for the improvement of his condition without charging a penny.  Therefore, any help render for this differently abled child is highly appreciated.

Tenzin Tseten, student id#97 Sponsored

Date of Birth: March 18, 2008

Born in Kathmandu, Nepal. Tenzin’s parents run a small restaurant to support the family of five. He has spastic cerebral palsy, M.R., visual and speech impairment and epilepsy. For the past few months, the focus has been on acclimating him to the routine and environment of Ngoenga School. He feels completely comfortable and safe at school, we hope to see any marked improvements in his condition. Therefore, any help rendered for this boy will be highly appreciated.




Tenzin Kalsang, code#5
Date of Birth: January 1, 1989

Tenzin’s  from poor farming family that depends upon two acres of land as their main source of income. He is disabled and unable to attend mainstream school with his siblings. He has Cerebral Palsy and learning difficulties. Your generosity and support towards his education is highly needed.

Pema Tsering, code#106

Date of Birth: September 22, 2007   From: Miao Tibetan Settlement

Pema Tsering was born with speech & hearing impairment. He is very active, smart and intelligent child. There are four members in his family, Father, Mother, and a younger sister. The family’s only income source is by farming. Due to very poor financial status of family, the family can’t effort to send the child in a far away special needs school with a huge fees and traveling expenses. We request any kind help to support this child.



Tenzin Delek, code#92

Date of Birth: May 1st, 2008   From: Dehradun, India

Tenzin Delek 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

Wangchen Dhundup, student id#6 Sponsored

Date of Birth: March 20, 1987

Wangchen’s parents are settled in an underdeveloped area of Nepal where the main source of income is through farming. His older parents have many dependent children to look after and given their financial position, they are unable to afford Wangchen’s medication.  The Ngoenga School provides for Wangchen as best they can with limited resources


Tenzin Khedup, code# 12
Date of Birth: September 16, 1994

Tenzin belongs to a family of nine members with seven children; he is mentally very active and enjoys talking with everybody.  His father sustains the family by working in the field and his mother is bedridden due to her poor health condition.  The financial condition of his family is very poor. The Ngoenga School provides for Tenzin as best they can with limited resources.


Sonam T. Wangmo, code#100
Date of Birth: March 11, 2009

Sonam T Wangmo’s father works in a primary school as a teacher and mother is a housewife. She is totally dependent on others help on daily activities, because she is having great difficulty sight and movement, slight problem on hearing and she can’t speak at all.  She’s staying in Ngoenga with free of cost. Therefore any help rendered for this child will be highly appreciated.


Sonam Dechen, student ID# 103  Date of Birth: January 10, 2002

Sonam’s father passed away, she lives with her step father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, younger brother and younger sister. She has Spastic Quadriplegic, Cerebral Palsy Her mother has two children of present husband. Sonam’s step father works as cook and mother as care taker of monastery cattles. The family living condition is very poor and they do not have any other sources of income or support. The child’s mother is facing difficulties in handling her in regard time, energy and financially. Therefore, any generous help rendered for this child will be highly appreciated.


Tenzin Dedhen, code#101
Date of Birth: February 6, 2009

Tenzin Dedhen lives with six family member, her father who left home to earn better income to support his family, mother is a housewife, grandmother eight two years old, one sibling twin and one younger sibling. The whole family solely depends on the income that they father earns. Child has some difficulty with the movement and after consulting the doctor, diagnosed with developmental delay. She is having speech and learning difficulty. Her mother admitted into this special need with a great hope that one day at least she can help herself without depending to anyone. Therefore any help rendered for this child will be highly appreciated.

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