Jawalakhel Elder’s Home was established on October 1, 1992. The home was designed to accommodate 25 elderly individuals, with 15 residents from Jawalakhel Handicraft Center and 10 from Snow Lion Foundation. Housed in a three-story building, it is located adjacent to a garden featuring a large prayer wheel. This prayer wheel provides spiritual solace for residents who may be unable to venture outside. Currently, the Jawalakhel Elder’s Home accommodates ten elderly residents.
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Name: Choezin SPONSORED
Place and Date of Birth: 1934, Kepyang, Bongpa

Choezin fled to exile when she was only 27 years old. Tragically, her parents and sister passed away and were left alone. She has a cousin brother who often comes to meet her.   She worked as a carpet weaver in Jawalakhel Handicraft centre for many years.  She feels sad to see the carpet centre damaged by the earthquake.   As she couldn’t work, she is now admitted in Jawalakhel elderly home where she is well taken care of.