Kunga Paljor – Kunga is 10 years old and lives in the Paljorling settlement of Pokhara, Nepal. He is a happy, studious and well-behaved boy, and his classmates love his company. Kunga’s father, Lobsang works in a local monastery while his mother, Tsering works as a teacher. Despite their joint income they struggle to make ends meet, so are seeking sponsorship to safeguard the future education of their son. Please sponsor Kunga today.
Tenzin Jamgon – Tenzin is 6 years old and lives at the Jampaling settlement of Tanahun, Nepal, with his parents and grandparents. He is an only child of the family. Tenzin is an enthusiastic schoolboy who enjoys writing, reading and completing puzzles. Tenzin’s mother is a warden at his school, but due to her limited income is unable to afford the ongoing costs of Tenzin’s education. Please sponsor Tenzin today.
Tenzin Kelsang – Tenzin is 9 years old and was born in the Jampaling settlement of Pokhara, Nepal. Tenzin loves learning about animals and reading storybooks. Although born in Nepal, Tenzin’s parents, Dawa and Choedak made the difficult decision for Tenzin to be educated in India, where there are many more opportunities for young Tibetans. Tenzin now goes to school in Dharamsala, India and is looked after by her school houseparents. Please sponsor Tenzin today.
Tenzin Youten – Tenzin is 5 years old and lives in the Paljorling Settlement of Pokhara, Nepal along with his doting parents, Sony and Tenzin. He is a fun loving boy who enjoys drawing and singing songs with his mother, who is a dedicated homemaker to the family. Tenzin’s father recently found work at a local restaurant but unfortunately it was only open for a few months before the pandemic, and the family’s income has radically decreased. Tenzin’s family now do not have enough income to support their son through school. Please sponsor Tenzin today.
Tenzin Namgyal – Tenzin is 7 years old and was born in Threngkar in Upper Mustang, Nepal to loving parents, Yangkyi and Norbu. It is of the greatest importance to the family that Tenzin gains a Buddhist monastic education, so he can live a life of compassion; practicing Dharma and seeking enlightenment for the benefit of all. As Tenzin’s parents are both farmers they work long hours in temperamental seasons and their income is very unreliable, and certainly not enough to pay for their son’s monastic schooling. Please sponsor Tenzin today.
Tsering Gyurmey – Tsering is 7 years old and from Gilling, Nepal. He is the only child of his proud parents, who wish for their son to have a Buddhist monastic education. As local farmers their income just isn’t enough to pay for their son’s monastic schooling. Tsering’s parents are seeking sponsorship for their son, so they’ll have peace of mind knowing his education won’t be jeopardised by their lack of income. Please sponsor Tsering today.
Tenzin Woeser – Tenzin is 13 years old and grew up in the Indian state of Odisha. He is described as a studious and humble boy who looks up to his older brother. His favourite foods are momos (Tibetan dumplings) and noodles. Tenzin loves numbers, puzzles and riddles, which lends well to his ambition to become an accountant. Tenzin’s father serves in the army but unfortunately his income isn’t even enough to cover the family’s basic needs, let alone the costs of Tenzin’s ongoing education. Please sponsor Tenzin today.
Karma Tenzin Nyendak – Karma is 4 years old and lives with his family in Kathmandu, Nepal. He is described as a inquisitive and friendly boy. Karma’s mother, Dawa works as a weaver for the local handicraft centre while his father, Wangdu is an office worker. Unfortunately, due to his schooling costs, the family are contemplating removing Karma from school as they can’t make ends meet and pay for his education. Please sponsor Karma today.
Tenzin Yeshi – Tenzin is 7 years old and lives in Kathmandu, Nepal alongside her two siblings; an older brother and younger sister. Tenzin is a cheerful and playful girl who enjoys playing with her friends and dancing. As Tenzin’s father lives in Bhutan, her mother solely provides for the family, working as a wool spinner at a handicraft centre in Lalitpur. This puts a huge burden on Tenzin’s mother who struggles month to month to pay for her children’s basic needs. Please sponsor Tenzin today.