People often wonder what kind of donation would be best. At this point money will have a much more direct impact than other kinds of donation. Over the last several days, Phakchok Rinpoche, Khandro and other members of our team have made multiple visits to the airport to collect some supplies generous donors have sent, but it is very… Read more »
We are sending a truck of supplies to Sunkhani-9 in the Sindhupalchowk district and Kadunchi Ward no.7 in Melamchi to distribute 50 tarps, 20 30kg sacks of rice, 2 sacks of daal, 1 sack of instant noodles, 10 packs of salt, 1 box of oil, and 2 rolls of rope. Our courageous team will be reporting back to… Read more »
After returning from Bahrabise, Karma Jangchub, Konchok Gyaltsen, Urgyen Gyurmey, and Jigme Kunsang (monks from our Ka-nying Shedrub Ling monastery) went back to the Sindhupalchowk district to aid Kholakhadka, just outside of Melamchi. Gyaltsen reports almost all the houses to be either destroyed or unlivable due to damage. Lacking proper shelter, the village need more… Read more »
Yesterday, May 1st, one truck was sent to Chaturale, in the Nuwakot district, in response to a scouting mission that had reported dire need of aid in the area. Several monks had traveled to the village the day before, returning to relay information about what was needed in the area. The monks, including Kunsang Lhundrup, then… Read more »
Here are photos of our monks bringing in two large trucks of supplies – rice, daal, onions, potatoes, instant noodles, salt, and antiseptic lime powder. The first truck arrived back at the monastery around 5pm and the second truck got back at 7.30 when it was already dark. These supplies will go out to different… Read more »
This afternoon Kitty Luk from Hong Kong came to our emergency office to deliver a donation of 497,000 Nepali Rupees on behalf of Tulku Karma Tubten. She also delivered 250,000 Nepali Rupees worth of rice and other food supplies for distribution that she had been offered in Hong Kong and China. Heartfelt thanks for their… Read more »
This morning, 30th April The Asia Foundation kindly gave us a donation of US $10,000 to purchase medicine for earthquake victims here in Nepal. We send our heartfelt thanks to them for their generosity and support. This grant will enable us to help hundreds of people and without doubt save precious lives.
Bistab, a nurse from Norvic hospital in Kathmandu, has offered to train our monks in first-aid so that they are more able to help the wounded in the areas they are visiting. She is also helping treat the young monks who have some minor skin problems and the like from so many days camping outside.
We are sending fifteen tarps for make-shift shelters to the surrounding areas of Pharping.