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.

*Photo Ngoenga school Jasmine Class

Rinzin Dorjee 
Date of Birth: October 7, 2003 
Place of Birth: Keydong, Tibet 
Admission No: 86

Rinzin’s from Tibet, he didn’t have any family members or relatives in India. He has problem of nerve twisting in his both hands and feet in which he is not able to walk or crawl. He can speak little but his understanding power is excellent. He was sent to Ngoenga School with a hope for better treatment, education and care. We request any generous support and help rendered for achieving this child’s dream will be highly appreciated.  


Penpa Dolma 
Date of Birth: March 16, 1996 
Place of Birth: Bylakuppe, India 
Admission No: 45

Penpa’s family consist of 6 members with 2 disable children, the eldest son and herself. Father passed away few years ago. Her brother who was also a student of Ngoenga School passed in vocational training in cooking and now works in Tibetan restaurant at Bylakuppe earning enough to meets his own expenses. Penpa is a case of  Spastic Hemiplegic CP (left side) and is speech impaired with throat problem. She is also a patient of spastic cerebral palsy affecting all her four limbs(Quadriplegia). She has an excellent understanding power and keen to learn and to join in all activities. Her social skills are very good. We request any generous support and help rendered for assistance this child’s dream will be highly appreciated.   

Tsering Lhamo 
Date of Birth: April 5, 1990 
Place of Birth: Pokhra, Nepal 
Admission No: 7

Tsering’s a semi-orphan child with mother as the only earner of the family.  She belongs to a very remote area of Nepal where the child used to stay with her grandfather. She has also severe learning difficulties with a significant behavior problem. She has mild speech problem too. Always cheerful by nature and has the potential to develop both mentally and physically. We request any support towards Tsering will be highly appreciated. 

Lham Tsering   
Date of Birth: March 16, 2007
Admisson No: 104

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.

Tenzin RabyangTenzin Rabyang  
Date of Birth: May 5, 2001  
Admission No: 89

Tenzin’s lives with his parents and sister in Haripur, India. 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.


Tsering Tenzin
Date of Birth: March 8, 1995 
Place of Birth: Hanley, Ladakh 
Admission No: 50 

Tsering’s from remote area of Ladakh, he can’t walk or sit properly and is bound by a wheel chair. His parents are nomads. He is a case of severe quadriplegic cerebral palsy & had knee contractures by birth. He has epilepsy. However, medication succeeded to control major part of his frequent fits. He likes to play with clay and stone. He cannot talk but he can hear very little. His parent admitted at School with the hope for better education, treatment and proper diet. We request any generous support and towards Tsering will be highly appreciated.       

Tenzin Bhaktow 
Date of Birth: January 26, 2001 
Place of Birth: Ladakh
Admission No: 65

Tenzin has two sisters, his parents are farmers. He has learning difficulties with Autism. He likes to play with water and running or walking around. He also likes to hold things which make sound & like to touch smooth surface things. He has profound learning difficulties with hyperactive nature. He’s independent but needs someone to guide. Due to his hyperactive behavior he needs a constant attention and care. We request any generous support and help rendered for this child will be highly appreciated. Together we can do great things.

Tenzin Jampa 
Date of Birth: March 8, 1984
Place of Birth: Manali, India 
Admission No: 38

Tenzin belongs to a family of 7 members including 5 children, 3 girls & 2 boys.  His father is a retired serviceman but he is not getting any pension.  To sustain the family, parents are involved in petty sweater business that is not sufficient enough to cover the daily requirements. Tenzin is a case of Hemiplegics with Speech impairment. He has profound learning difficulties due to cerebral palsy. He is a quiet, and highly dependent on others. He enjoys the company of other children. We request any generous support and help rendered for this child will be highly appreciated.    

Tenzin DelekTenzin Delek   
Date of Birth: May 1, 2008  
Admission No: 92

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

Date of Birth: January 23, 2012 
Place of Birth: Dehradun, India 
Admission No: 108 

Jorden’s staying with his parent. His father is in Army Special Frontier Force and his mother is a housewife. His father is the sole earner in the family. He has Speech and hearing impairment, due to which he cannot speak neither can hear. His family doesn’t have any other support. Due to which they couldn’t afford proper medical treatment and education to their son, they admitted at School, but got admission in Bajaj Institute of Learning for Deaf Children. We request any kind help and generous support rendered for achieving this child’s dream will be highly appreciated.

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