The Department of Education (DoE) is the highest central administrative authority responsible for the educational affairs of Tibetans in exile.  Situated in Dharamsala, India, the DoE provides support for the educational and welfare needs of thousands of Tibetan refugee students in various Tibetan schools in India, Nepal and Bhutan.  Comprised of residential and day schools, they range from pre-primary to senior secondary level.   With the help of various foreign donors and sponsors, the DoE is currently supporting approximately 2650 students.  We are thankful to all the sponsors, donors and the Tibet Fund, New York for their assistance over many years.  As a result of this support, thousands of children have been able to attend school and many have completed their education successfully.  At present, we are receiving sponsorship for about 200 students through the Tibet Fund but more sponsors are needed as the number of impoverished children and new arrivals swell the ranks of the exile schools.

Tashi Tsering, Student ID#12301
Date of Birth: 2008   

Tashi’s 9 years old, he’s in grade II, studying at CST, Sonada School. He love to play cricket and badminton. His favorite subject is Tibetan. He has three brothers and one sister. His eldest sister already married. His father does petty business and mother a housewife. Please support Tashi to complete his school.

Bodhi Shri, Student ID#1783
Date of Birth: March 3, 2011

Bodhi studying in 2nd grade at CST, Shimla. His parents are from Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh, he has two brothers and one sister. His father is a teacher and mother a housewife. He joined school this year and he’s good in studies.

Stanzin Wanden, Student WL#1785
Date of Birth: July 15, 2006

Stanzin is studying in grade VII at CST, Mussoorie. He’s from Zanskar region in Ladakh. His father works in hotel and mother is a housewife. He has one brother and two sisters. All of them are studying. The main income in his family is from father salary. It’s difficult for his family to provide education for children. Please support Stanzin to complete his school till grade XII

Tsering Gyatso, Student ID#1780
Date of Birth: January 15, 2010  

Tsering is from Tawang, he joined CST, Darjeeling School in 2016. He’s studying in grade IV. He has one big brother, who’s monk at monastery near their hometown and his younger sister is studying in his village school. His father is driver and mother is a housewife. Please support Tsering to complete his education till grade XIIl

Jigmey Dadul, student ID#12300
Date of Birth: April 10, 2007  

Jigmey is 8 years old from Darjeeling, India. He’s from very poor background family consists of father, mother, uncle and sister and brothers. His father is an artist and mother is housewife. Jigme’s studying in grade III at CST, Sonada School. He loves to play badminton and table tennis. The only income that his father earns is not sufficient to take care of his family.  Please support Jigmey to complete his education

Tenzin Jangchu, student ID#1779
Date of Birth: August 8, 2006

Tenzin’s from remote place called Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh in India. He has one younger brother and sister studying in their native village. Tenzin’s studying in grade VI at CST, Kalimpong. His father is driver and the only source of income and mother look after the household work and also their grand parents are staying with them. The whole family is fully depend on father’s income which is not sufficient to meet the daily needs of the family. We request to support this child towards his education.

Yangchen Dolma, Student ID#12301
Date of Birth: August 2, 2004    

Yangchen’s studying in grade X at CST, Shimla School. Her mother is a foster mother in the school. Her father is a disabled and could not able to support his family. She has one brother, who’s also studying. They all depend of on mother salary and it’s hard to provide education for her kids.fPlease support Yangchen to complete her education till grade XII.



Sangey Wangpo, Student ID#1784
Date of Birth: April 20, 2003 

Sangey is from Tawang Area, very poor family background. His father works as a manual labor at construction area and his mother a housewife. He has one brother and sister. He joined CST, Mussoorie School in Year 2014, studying in grade VIII. He love to play football and singing. His favorite subject is Science and wish to become scientist. Please support Sangey to complete his 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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