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Help Tibet works in partnership with people of Tibetan origin to promote sustainable communities and develop initiatives which support the wellbeing of the most vulnerable..

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May 2018

Project updates

We have completed our programme to complete the roofs of 985 houses in the remote area of Nubri after the devastating earthquake in 2015.

Following a trustee visit this autumn, Help Tibet is supporting 20 families living in dire conditions on the Nepalese/Indian border at high altitude.  We are providing solar home lighting, water connections and water storage as well as insulation and heavy-duty plastic to enable the residents to have watertight roofing.

We are also working with a pre and primary school in the Kathmandu Valley which was badly damaged in quakes and now needs help to decorate the new building and provide suitable flooring for both hot and cold weather, as well as install the necessary teaching aids.

One of our main programmes is to provide modern and child friendly libraries in primary schools for Tibetans.  The libraries concentrate on encouraging children to view reading as the door to the joys of books and that they open up a new world outside their own boundaries.

October 2018

Supporting Tibetan refugees for more than 25 years



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P.O. BOX 138
London SW13 9RN

Money Well Spent:

68p pays for everything an old person in our home needs for a day, including all medical fees and funerals.
£130 a year pays for the book budget for a primary school library so that new titles can be sourced every month.
£280 funds a solar streetlight in a rural Tibetan community and protects residents from the wild animals that live in the jungle right next door to the villages.

Our running costs are tiny, so every penny you give can make a difference: our staff in the UK all work pro bono.