Lha depends on the goodwill of volunteers and monetary and material donations for it to provide essential rehabilitation resources to the exiled Tibetan community. Lha is a non-profit organization dependent on monetary contributions from philanthropic corporations and generous individuals. In India, even a little goes a long way, and a lot goes very far!

Account Name: Lha Charitable Trust
Account Number: 2517000101008335
Swift Code: PUNBINBBPAR
Bank Name: The Punjab National Bank
Branch: Mcleod Ganj, Dharamsala, H.P

Payable to: Lha Charitable Trust
Lha Office Temple Road, Mcleod Ganj, Dharamsala, 176219
Distt Kangra, Himachal Pradesh

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Dear Lha volunteers, students and other beneficiaries,

The 2143 Fire-Monkey Year Tibetan Losar (New Year) will be from 9th to 11th Febrary 2016. As such, Lha office, classes and soup kitchen will be closed from 3rd to 12th February 2016.
We hope to see you all after the Losar break and that you will continue with your classes, services and participation in our various social service activities at Lha. We remain committed to serving you all as much as we can.
We wish you all a happy Losar. Hope this New Year will be full of joy, laughter, love, success, peace and prosperous New Year ahead.

Lha Charitable Trust is pleased to present our Annual Report for 2015. Last year we carried out 48 significant projects and programmes which are expected to have a positive impact on at least 32,000 people. Lha is continuing to expand its learning and enrichment opportunities worldwide. The Trust focuses its efforts on five areas: Social services, Educational resources, Awareness of the Tibet issue, Volunteering opportunities, and Cultural exchange programmes. Since Lha was founded in 1997, we have continued to be inspired by the compassion, dedication and contributions of generous supporters and thousands of volunteers from around the globe. Thanks to you, our generous supporters and volunteers, 2015 has been a great success.
 
ABOUT ORGANISATION
Lha Charitable Trust is an award-winning, grass-roots, 12AA and 80G non-profit organisation and one of the largest Tibetan social work institute based in Dharamshala, India. Founded in 1997 and registered as a charitable trust by the Indian Government, Lha has continuously provided vital resources to those in need for over 19 years. Lha’s financial accounts are audited annually by a government approved chartered accountant and all tax return certificates are issued by income tax department, Government of India.
 
MISSION & PROGRAMMES
Lha’s primary goal is to provide meaningful, multi-leveled social and educational services to help ease the transition for the Tibetan refugee community. Lha’s services are also open to the local Indian population and people from nearby Himalayan regions.
On a daily basis, Lha serves over 200 people, hosts between 15 to 25 volunteers and provides approximately 20 different kinds of services such as  language classes, tutoring, computer courses, health and environmental education, a Community Soup Kitchen, clean water, free medicine and clothing distribution, a community magazine, volunteer opportunities and co-ordination, and a public library.
We also organise cultural exchange programmes for international student groups, and provide reception and orientation services and arrange home-stays for visitors to McLeod Ganj.
 
Programme Impact 2015
 
Luanguage ClassLanguage Classes  
This year we have registered 554 new students, bringing the total to 10,872 students since 2006. There were average of 179 students attending the classes on a daily basis. We have restarted the Tibetan Language class, thus taking us to a total of 13 different levels of language classes operating on a daily basis.
 
Computer ClassComputer Classes
To date, Lha has enrolled 120 students in the computer classes and provided 60 students  with full tuition scholarships for free computer education.  This year Lha has also provided a special web design and development course through the medium of Tibetan for two months; 20 students registered and successfully completed the course. The web design course was intended for working people and those who aspire to work on Tibetan websites.
 
Clothing & Book Distribution
Lha accepts donations of old clothes and books from visitors and tourists in the town and redistributes them to impoverished areas throughout Dharamshala as well as to schools and individuals. This year Lha has distributed over 4,500 articles of used clothing to the Dharamshala’s slum areas through the Rotary Club Dharamshala and Tonglen Charitable Trust. 
 
Clear and Dental Project 2015Clear Vision Project & Tibetan Smiles Project 
Under the Lha Clear Vision Project, we have provided free eye care to 86 people who needed glasses and medical treatment this year.
Under the Tibetan Smiles Project,  Lha has provided free dental treatment to 125 Tibetan refugees and people from Himalayan regions who are pursuing Buddhist studies in the Bir and Dharamshala area.
 
Contact Magazine
Contact Magazine is one of the oldest and wide spread monthly English language publications of news on Tibet. This year 11,300 copies were published and distributed freely throughout India and abroad.  More than 67 international volunteers have written 151 News and featured articles on Tibetan issues and 93 new postal subscribers have been registered this year.  For more information please visit www.contactmagazine.net 
 
Water ProjectClean Water Project
Under this project, Lha has installed eight new R/O+U/V+UF treated water filtration systems, benefiting over 3,900 people. The water filtration systems were installed in different communities including a nunnery, local Indian and Tibetan schools, the CTA staff mess, Delek hospital, the Tibet Library and a Tibetan refugee settlement. 
 
Soup Kitchen 2Community Soup Kitchen
Serving healthy and nutritious lunches for over 50-60 needy Tibetan refugees every day, 69 new users have benefited through the Lha community Soup Kitchen this year, taking the total number of users to 327 beneficiaries since its inception in 2011.
 
Doctors from LusianaHis Eminence Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche’s Website Project 
Under the project of Preservation of Tibetan Language, Culture and Heritage, this website features a collection of teachings, writings and speeches of Professor Samdhong Rinpoche. It  has been very successful and has become a vital source for researchers, academics, and Tibetologists. There were averages of over 11,000 viewers each month. This year we have added 44 new articles in Tibetan, 30 new articles in English, 162 new audio files, eight new videos and 170 new photographs. We are in the process of editing and proof reading over 500 pages of articles both in Tibetan and English. For more information please visit www.samdhongrinpoche.com    
 
World Environment DayEnvironment and Healthcare Awareness Programmes 
Lha’s environment and healthcare awareness programmes are expanding every year. This year Lha organised three mass clean–ups in Mcleod Ganj, in collaboration with the Clean Upper Dharashala Project, Tibetan Women’s Association and Tibetan Footpath Association.  
 
Lha also organised two HIV/AIDS awareness talks, one Hepatitis awareness and dental care talk to Lha students and public. Lha observed organized World AIDS Day in collaboration with Dharamshala Rotary Club and Tibetan Delek Hospital by creating an awareness campaign, performance of a street skit, free blood tests and distribution of brochures.
On our environment website www.tibetnature.net, we have added 42 articles in the Tibetan language and 51 articles in English related to Tibet’s environmental issues, and Global Warming and the Tibetan Third Pole. The website serves as a collective source of news and researched articles from various authors and news reports on Tibet’s ongoing environmental issues. 
 
Jampaling Old Ages HomeJampaling Elders Home Project
This year Lha organised two weeks of acupuncture treatment at Jampaling Elders Home through our volunteer Dr. Dong Giao Tran, his wife, Sanh Hy Ngyuyen and friend, Ven Uyen Trinh.  They treated 80 people: 50 elders from Jampaling and 30 other patients from the local community. Lha also arranged 25 Milton stainless steel thermoses, 125 door curtains and 175 window curtains, pocket money of 500 INR each to all the residents and 130 high quality micro-fiber quilts to Jampaling Elders Home through generous donations from Vietnamese Devotees in the United States and Canada.
 
Education TalkEducational Talks to parents and students 
Lha organised several educational talks by our volunteer Mr. Gyaltsen, the former Education Officer at the Department of Education, Central Tibetan Administration, during the year. A talk for Mcleod Ganj parents was organised by Lha in collaboration with the Parents and Teachers Association of Petoen School and Mcleod TCV Day School Parents Association which focused on educating parents about the ways they can support their children with learning and how to develop a growth mindset in their children. Lha also organized a educational talk at Tibetan Children’s Village Suja School, aiming to motivate the students by giving them essential tips on how to become good and efficient  learners and how to foster the right mindset for learning. More than 350 students and parents have participated in these talks. 
 
Exchange GroupCultural Exchange Programmes
This year Lha hosted 12 Exchange Groups. This included seven student groups from Rustic Pathways, two student groups from Lifework Internationals, two student groups from Tulane University, one student group each from Centenary College and Loyola University and two groups of professional medical practitioners from USA.  Over 210 people have participated in the Lha Culture Exchange Programme this year.
 
World AIDS Day 1HIV Counselling and Training Programme 
This year our health and environment officer attended a four day HIV Counseling and Training programme organised by the Department of Health at the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), in collaboration with the Christian Medical College at Vellore, Chennai. There were 20 participants from various hospitals and organisations.
 
Medical Camp
Lha also organised free medical camps in different areas. This year’s programme provided 248 people with medical check-ups, ultra sounds, X-rays, blood tests, urine and stool tests, and 92 people were provided with free medicine. 
 
Award 2015Achievements 
This year Lha has won the award for the “Best Use of  Website and Internet Tools”  at the 4th South Asia eNGO challenge Award. The award ceremony was held at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi and recognised the excellent use of Lha’s online presence to help the transition and rehabilitation of Tibetan refugees in India.  This year 225 nominations were received from seven South Asian countries and they were listed under six categories. Lha made it to the top among 70 other NGOs who were nominated in the same category “Best Use of Website and Internet Tools.”
 
Financials
Lha Annual Financial Report of the fiscal year 2014-2015 as per the Audit Report under section 12A (b) of the Income Tax Act 1961, Govt. of India shows a total income of  INR 9,938,974 ($155,296.5) and total expenditure of INR 8,271,624 ($137,860.4) which includes the administrative cost of INR 4,383,006 ($73,050.1) and the project cost of INR 3,888,618 ($64,810.3).
 
Donations 
Organising student exchange groups and arranging student groups and volunteers’ stays in Lha’s Ahimsa House has enabled Lha to raise revenue in order to become more self-sufficient and sustainable in providing our daily social services, including our language and computer classes.
However, to keep up with the growing needs of the community, and to maintain the operation of our other social services and special projects such as the Soup Kitchen, Contact Magazine, Clean Water, Clear Vision, Tibetan Smiles Dental Care, environmental initiatives, HIV/AIDs awareness etc., we continue to rely on generous donations.
 
Thank you 
On behalf of Lha Charitable Trust and all the beneficiaries, we would like to express our heartfelt thank you for all your generous assistance in carrying out our daily initiatives which could not have been this successful without your kind support. Thank you very much, Louisiana Himalaya Association, Tulane University, The Tibet Fund, Taiwan Foundation for Democracy, Tibet Freunde Swiss, Vietnamese Devotees from US and Canada, Apocolypse Krew, Lifework International, Rustic Pathways, Loyola University, Centenary College, Hospice Group from US and various other individuals and organisations.
Lha has been going strong for many years and continues to be inspired by the generous supporters and dedicated volunteers from all around the world to tend the needs of the impoverished and underprivileged communities in India.
 
The Year Ahead 
Each year, our programs and projects are adjusted to meet the conditions and needs of the region. With your generous support, we hope to continue providing these invaluable services to the local community and engage in new initiatives in the coming year. All monetary contributions from philanthropic corporations and generous individuals are greatly appreciated and helpful, large or small. In India, even a little goes a long way, and a lot goes very far!
Please follow the links for more details, updated reports and news. If you would like to read our latest updates, please visit Lha's website www.lhasocialwork.org
 
Below are some quick facts about Lha's work in 2015, and we hope for continued success in 2016. Thank you once again for your unwavering support; we could not have achieved these things without you, the volunteers, and of course the dedication of the students and the community.
 
 
Ngawang Rabgyal (Director)
Lha Charitable Trust
Temple Road, Mcloed Ganj
Dharamsala-176219
Distt. Kangra, H.P. India
Office phone: +91-1892-220992
Office Mobile: +91-9882323455
Website: www.lhasocialwork.org
www.samdhongrinpoche.com
www.tibetnature.net
www.contactmagazine.net
www.tibetfairtrade.com
Lha's  You Tube Channel
Lha's Facebook Page
Contact Facebook Page
Lha's Twitter 
Contact Twitter
 
 
   2015 LHA IMPACT
  • Provided language classes for 2,043 students attending Lha's classes, based on monthly attendance
  • Enrolled 554 new students in language classes
  • 120 students attended Beginner and Intermediate computer classes
  • Distributed over 4,500 free articles of clothing to both the Tibetan and local Indian communities
  • Served 50-60 needy people daily, with 69 people benefiting from the Lha community kitchen which provides clean water and nutritious meals
  • Provided free eye examinations to 86 Tibetan refugees and free glasses to 85 people
  • Provided free dental care services to 125 Tibetan refugees, including dental check-ups, cleaning, fillings, extractions, providing medicines, x-rays, braces, etc
  • Organised several HIV/AIDS awareness talks and observed World AIDS Day with awareness campaigns, performance of a street skit and distribution of condoms and pamphlets to over 1,300 people
  • Circulated educational pamphlets, organised awareness campaigns and mass clean-up on World Environment Day reaching around 2,100 people
  • Provided support letters for 101 students. The Indian Government requires a letter from an educational institution as proof from newly arrived refugees that they have registered as relocating to India for educational opportunities
  • Worked with 543 new volunteers who donated their valuable time and energy
  • Organised Cultural Exchange Programmes for 12 international groups, including University and High School students, with around 210 participants
  • Published and distributed 11,300 free copies of Contact Magazine (700-1,000 copies published every month)
  • Installed eight brand new water filtration systems, serving around 3,900 people in total with purified water for both their drinking and cooking needs
  • Organised two Educational talks for 350 parents and students from different schools
  • Organised 2 weeks of acupuncture treatment for 80 patients  
  • 248 people were provided with medical assistance, such as check-ups, blood test, stool test, ultra sound, X-rays, etc.
 
QUICK FACTS FROM 2003 TO 2015
  • 10,872 students have benefited from our language courses.
  • 2,868 students have benefited from our computer classes and IT workshops.
  • Approximately 1,439 students from international education institutes participated in the cultural exchange programme.
  • Over 6,834 volunteers from 42 different countries have contributed to Lha's work.
  • 33,340 free books distributed to Tibetan and local Indian schools and libraries.
  • More than 36,200 articles of clothing were collected and distributed through the donation centre.
  • Installed 24 water filtration systems under Clean Water Project, which continues to provide purified cooking and drinking water to over 13,300 people.
  • 453 people received free eye check-ups, and glasses provided for more than 343 people for Clear Vision Project.
  • 540 people benefited from Tibetan Smiles – dental care project with services such as teeth check-up, cleaning, extractions, medication, etc.
  • Free publication and distribution of 69,200 copies of Contact magazine since 2009.
  • 169 people have graduated from Lha's massage courses.
  • 67 people have graduated from Lha's photography courses.
  • The Lha Community Soup Kitchen has fed 50-60 financially disadvantaged people daily, and has benefited 646 people since its opening in July 2011.
  • 723 students have been provided with a recommendation letter to comply with the Indian Government’s requirement of a letter from an educational institution as proof for newly arrived refugees who have been registered as relocating to India for educational opportunities.       
  • 350 parents and students have benefited through educational talks in 2015.
  • 130 elders have benefited through projects at Jampaling Elders Home in 2015. 
 
 
Lha Annual Report: Activities in Detail
  • 19th January, 2015 - Lha received a student exchange group from Frostburg State University, Maryland, for the first time. The group was led by Mr Douglas Bear. 
  • 25th January, 2015. Lha installed its 17th RO+UV+UF treated water purification system as a part of Clean Water Project at Geden Choeling nunnery where over 170 nuns were living and pursuing Buddhist studies.  
  • 6th March, 2015. Lha distributed over 1000 articles of clothing to slum areas in Dharamshala through Rotary Club Dharamshala. 
  • 22nd March, 2015 - (World Water Day), Lha installed its 18th RO+UV+UF treated water purification system as a part of Clean Water Project at Sambhota Tibetan School, Dekyiling.  179 students and 30 staff members are benefiting from this project.
  • In April 2015 - Lha conducted a survey on the Clean Water Project with our former volunteer Johanna Gartner (Scientific Advisor/Researcher) to evaluate and assess the success of implanting a water filtration system. 183 students and staff members from 15 different schools who have benefitted from our Clean Water Project participated in the survey.
  • 29th April, 2015 - Lha installed its 19th RO+UV+UF treated water purification system as a part of Clean Water Project at Delek Hospital, Dharamshala. 41 staff members and more than 60 patients are benefiting from this project on a daily basis.
  • 10th May, 2015 - Lha hosted a student exchange group from Centenary College, USA as a part of Lha Cultural Exchange Programme.  
  • 25th May, 2015 - Lha donated over 2,000 articles of clothing to Tonglen Charitable Trust. 
  • 6th June, 2015 - Lha hosted a student exchange group from School of Social Work, Tulane University, LA, USA, to participate in Lha Culture Exchange Programme. 
  • 10th June, 2015 - Lha installed its 20th RO+UV+UF water purification system under the Clean Water Project at the Library of Tibetan Works and Archives (LTWA). 95 staff members, 300 students and more than 20 visitors are benefiting from this system every day.
  • 19th June, 2015 -  Lha organised a mass clean-up, in collaboration with the Clean Upper Dharamshala Programme (CUDP), Tibetan Footpath Association, and Tibetan Women's Association. This clean-up was held as a symbolic act of gratitude to His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama on his 80th birthday. There were more than 135 participants including volunteers, students, and representatives.
  • 20th June, 2015 - Lha hosted the first student exchange group from Rustic Pathways to participate in the Cultural Exchange Programme. 
  • 27th June, 2015 -  Lha Charitable Trust conducted an awareness talk on HIV/AIDS for the adult students of the Lha language classes with the help of our former volunteer Ellen Vermes. Lha organised this event to educate students about HIV/AIDS on National HIV Testing Day, celebrated every year on this day.
  • 30th June, 2015-  Lha organised a mutual learning programme with a student group from Life Work Internationals for a week. 
  • 4th July, 2015. Lha organised a Cultural Exchange Programme with a second student group from Rustic Pathways, 2015.  
  • 10th – 27th July, 2015 - Lha hosted a student group from Loyola University, USA led by Michael Smith as a part of the Lha Cultural Exchange Programme. 
  • 13th July, 2015 - Lha organised a Cultural Exchange Programme with a third student group from Rustic Pathways, 2015.  
  • 18th July, 2015 - Lha organised a Cultural Exchange Programme with a fourth student group from Rustic Pathways, 2015.  
  • 20th July, 2015 - Lha organised a Mutual Learning Programme with a student group from Life Work Internationals for 10 days. 
  • 24rd July, 2015 - Lha organised a Cultural Exchange Programme with a fifth student group from Rustic Pathways, 2015.  
  • 28th July, 2015 - Lha organised an awareness talk on Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) for the adult students of the Lha language classes to observe National Hepatitis Day, 
  • 21st August, 2015 - Lha Charitable Trust installed its 21st RO+UV+UF treated water filtration system as a part of the Clean Water Project at the staff dining hall of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA). 300 staff members of the CTA are benefiting from this project.
  • 9th September, 2015 - Lha won the award for the 'Best Use of Website and Internet Tools' at the 4th South Asia eNGO Challenge 2015, held at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
  • 15th September, 2015 - Lha organised a two week free acupuncture treatment camp with volunteer Dr Dong Giao Tran, his wife, Sanh Hy Nyuyen and friend Uyen Trinh from Canada. They also donated steel thermoses, door and window curtains and sponsored the Lha soup kitchen for two weeks.
  • 20th September, 2015 - Lha in collaboration with the Clean Upper Dharamshala Programme and Tibetan Women's Association celebrated World Mass Cleanup Day by organising a mass Clean-up in the Bhagsu river area. 
  • 21st September, 2015 - Lha received a donation of an online Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) from a student group from the School of Social Work, 2015 and Dr. Ron Marks from Tulane University.   
  • 23rd September, 2015 - Lha celebrate World Mass Cleanup Day by organising a mass Clean-up in Bhagsu river area. 
  • 9th October, 2015 - ‎Lha Charitable Trust won the ‎award for the 'Best Use of Website and Internet Tools' at the 4th ‎South Asia eNGO Challenge 2015, held at ‎India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
  • 16th -23rd October, 2015 - Lha hosted a group of professional medical practitioners and health care providers from New Orleans, Louisiana as part of Lha’s Cutural Exchange Programme
  • 26th October, 2015 - Lha with the Clean Upper Dharamshala Programme (CUDP) organised a mass clean-up in Mcleod Ganj. Over 70 Lha Students, volunteers and staff members have participated in this community clean–up programme.  
  • 27th October, 2015 - Lha distributed 25 Milton Stainless Steel Thermoses to the residents of Jampaling Elders Home donated by Venerable Trinh and Dr Giao from Canada. 
  • 28th October, 2015 - A talk was given to the Dharamshala parents on “Growth Mindset” organised by Lha in collaboration with the Parents and Teachers Association of Petoen School, and Mcleod TCV Day School Parents Association. The speaker was Mr. Gyaltsen, the former Education Officer at the Department of Education, Central Tibetan Administration.
  • 6th November, 2015 - Lha hosted 16 students from American School of Bombay as a part of Lha Culture Exchange Programme. 
  • 9th November, 2015 - A group of members of the Australia Tibet Council led by Paul Bourke visited Lha office as a part of their visit to Tibetan organisations in Dharamshala.   
  • 9th -12th November, 2015 - Lha’s environmental officer attended a four-day HIV counselling training organised by the Department of Health at the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA), in collaboration with the Christian Medical College at Vellore, Chennai. 
  • 21st November, 2015 - Lha organised a talk “Key to academic success” at Tibetan Children's Village Suja School. The speaker was Mr Gyaltsen, former Education Officer of the Department of Education, Central Tibetan Administration and a Lha volunteer.
  • 1st December, 2015 - Lha in collaboration with Delek Hospital and Dharamshala Rotary Club observed World AIDS Day with the theme of 'Getting to Zero' at the main square in Mcleod Ganj, including a street procession, free blood tests, distribution of pamphlets and condoms, group song, skit performance and awareness talks. 
  • 9th December, 2015 - Lha concluded its Eye Care and Dental Care Project for the year 2015. 125 people received dental care including check-ups, cleaning, x-rays, tooth filling, dental scaling, etc, with tooth extractions, nine root canal treatments. 22 people were provided with free medicine and 86 people were provided with free eye care assistance and with free eye glasses. 
  • 11th December, 2015 - Lha installed its 22nd RO+UV+UF treated water filtration systems in TCV School Gopalpur which is home to over 1,200 students and 137 staff members.   
  • 18th December, 2015 - Lha installed its 23rd RO+UV+UF treated water filtration system through Rotary Club Dharamshala, at Kand Government High School located near lower Dharamshala, Kanyara Road. This filtration system is funded by Apocolypse Krew Louisiana, USA. There are over 165 students and 35 teachers in the school. 
  • 23rd December, 2015 - Lha installed its 24th RO+UV+UF water purification system at Bir Tibetan Society, as a part of the Lha's Clean Water Project. This system was funded by Vietnamese Devotees from USA and Canada. There are around 1,200 people including Tibetan refugee families and a local Indian community in that locality. 
 
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Lha Community Soup Kitchen project
Lha is currently seeking funds to support the food supply of its Community Soup Kitchen initiative for a duration of one year and to support the development and implementation of the project in a self-sustaining way.

Since 1959, hundreds of thousands of Tibetans have been forced to leave their homeland in pursuit of the freedoms and opportunities denied under Chinese occupation. Every year, new refugees arrive in India after an arduous journey, carrying only an armful of personal belongings. 
A large number of Tibetan refugees cannot afford nutritious food due to their financial condition. As a result, many of them suffer from diseases such as type 2 diabetes, gastritis, liver cirrhosis, heart disease, and hypertension. 

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The Lha Community Soup Kitchen aims to alleviate cases of malnutrition and poverty in Dharamsala by offering nutritious, low-cost (25 cents) or free meals and clean drinking water to 50-60 Tibetan refugees daily. This is the first and only community soup kitchen in the Tibetan community with access to clean drinking water.  So far 327 refugees have benefited from this project since its inception four years ago.
In June 2013, 47 users of the Community Soup Kitchen were surveyed and it was found that  46 out of the 47 respondents were unemployed and only 6 (13%) received any kind of financial support from friends or family.  

In a survey conducted in December 2014 by Lha volunteers on the effectiveness of the Lha Community Soup Kitchen, nearly all of the users (96%) responded that the Soup Kitchen meals are beneficial to them, and 87% said they come to the Soup Kitchen because of financial problems. 
Without the services of the Soup Kitchen, these people would be unable to afford nutritious food and would be forced to drink local tap water, adding to the health problems which many of them already face (51% of those surveyed identified as having existing health problems, often caused by poor quality food and water).

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How you can help?


Lha Community Soup Kitchen has been running on the small donations and funds provided by numerous individuals and organisations over the past four years. We don’t have any supporters or sponsors coming up for the next year but the problem of malnutrition in the Tibetan refugee community continues. Therefore, your contribution of even a small amount would be very helpful for us to tackle and eliminate this problem. 
Lha Charitable Trust aims to raise $14,400 USD to cover the expenses of a year's food supply for the Community Soup Kitchen.  Lha covers the maintenance cost, utilities and staff wages. Therefore, 100% of your donation will go directly to help provide nutritious food for the Tibetan refugees. You can also sponsor a day or a month’s meal.  The food supply for the Soup Kitchen cost 1200 USD per month; any amount of contribution is appreciated.  Your small act of kindness makes a huge difference in someone else’s life on the other end of the world.   

We will receive all of your donations through our sister organization Louisiana Himalaya Association (LHA). LHA is a 501-(C) - (3) non-profit organization based in New Orleans, Louisiana.http://lhainfo.org/donate.html

 About Us 

Lha Charitable trust is an award-winning, grassroots, 12AA & 80G non-profit organization and one of the largest Tibetan social work institutes. Founded in 1997 and registered with the Indian government  as a charitable trust in 2005, Lha is one of the first organizations established with a primary focus on Tibetan social work. Lha is managed by Tibetan refugees who draw their expertise from the experience of living in exile, and is supported by volunteers and generous donors from around the world. Seeking to generate an atmosphere of harmony and cooperation, Lha’s services are open to Tibetan refugees as well as to the local Indian population and people from the surrounding Himalayan region. 

Lha plays a crucial role in facilitating the transition of Tibetan refugees from their homeland to the Indian community by providing long-term rehabilitation and education resources. Each year, programs and projects are adjusted to meet the conditions and needs of the region. Yet the commitment remains constant: to help the Tibetan people survive and prosper in their new home and to preserve their profoundly unique culture. In addition, Lha offers volunteers and students the opportunity to engage in meaningful community service and social work.
 Lha is unique in the range and quality of services it offers. These include Tibetan, English, French, Chinese and German classes, individual tutoring, Soup Kitchen, Clean Water Projects, the monthly Contact magazine, Cultural Exchange programs, Computer classes, a wide array of volunteer opportunities, Health and HIV/AIDS awareness

education, Environmental awareness initiatives, free distribution of clothes and medicine, vocational training, the Lha Tibet Fair Trade (LTFT), a public library and many other programs and activities. On a daily basis, Lha serves over 200 people, hosts between 15 to 25 volunteers and provides up to 25 different services including on average 50 to 60 meals per day for people who need it.
 

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 In 2014 Lha was awarded second place in the category of “Best Practices of Social Media Usage” in the South Asia-wide 3rd eNGO Challenge Award.
In 2015 Lha was awarded first place in the category of “Best use of Website and Internet tools” in the South Asia-wide 4th eNGO Challenge Award. The Award recognizes the best non-government organizational practices of using information and communication technologies.  The presentation ceremony was held at the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi on November 5. From thousands of NGOs around South Asia, 307 NGOs from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka were nominated
For more information please go through our website:
www.lhasocialwork.org
 
Stories of the people who use Lha Community Soup Kitchen.

 My name is Jampa – born in Tibet and came into exile in 2005 I am currently studying English and computers also medical treatment. 
Age: 31
Lha Soup Kitchen has been very helpful to me as I have long term health problems and have received three operations to date. I have been facing severe financial problems. As I have no family in India, Lha has been like a family to me with their help. I am very happy and grateful to Lha and hope I will continue to receive support from the organization. I would also like to thank them on behalf of many other members of the community in need whom Lha has helped.


My Name is Tenzin – born in Tibet, came into exile in 1993. No job, no family in India.
Age: 41
I am taking a number of classes here and Lha Soup Kitchen meets my needs as it serves very good food, weekly fruits and salad with the lunch at the right time. Making lunches is expensive and so Lha Soup Kitchen saves me money and is extremely helpful to me. We used to pay only 15Rs per meal, but it has since been made free for me and my other friends. This has helped me a lot and I would like to thank Lha for this. 

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Lha Charitable Trust is pleased to present our Annual Report for 2014. Last year we carried out 42 projects and educational awareness campaigns which are expected to have a positive impact on at least 36,700 people. Thank you to our many generous supporters and volunteers, 2014 has been a great success.

MISSION & PROGRAMS

Lha’s primary goal is to provide meaningful, multi-leveled social and education services to help ease the transition for the Tibetan refugee community. Lha’s services are also open to the local Indian population and people from nearby Himalayan regions.

On a daily basis, Lha serves over 150 people, hosts between 15 to 25 volunteers and provides approximately 20 different kinds of services, including multi-language classes and tutoring, computer courses, health and environmental education, a Community Soup Kitchen, clean water, free medicine and clothing distribution, a community magazine, volunteer opportunities and co-ordination, and a public library.

We also organize cultural exchange programs for international student groups, and provide reception and orientation services and arranges home-staysfor visitors to McLeod Ganj.

PROGRAM IMPACT

Clean Water Project of Lha

Clean Water Project: Lha works hard to operate with minimum administrative and program costs, to produce the maximum output. Your donations helped us to improve and increase our services and projects. In 2014, Lha installed seven more water filtration systems under the Clean Water Project.

The funds and donations provided by many generous supporters around the world have made it possible for us to install the reverse osmosis-ultra violet (RO-UV) water filtration systems that provide purified water for both drinking and cooking needs, benefiting over 2,145 people.

Soup Kitchen

Community Kitchen: Serving 50-60 financially disadvantaged people daily, 90 people have benefited from the Lha community kitchen, which provides clean water and nutritious meals. In a survey conducted in December by Lha volunteers on the effectiveness and use of Lha Community Soup Kitchen, nearly all of the users (96%) responded that the soup kitchen meals are beneficial to their health, and 87% said they come to the soup kitchen because of financial problem. 

Language Class of Lha

English Curriculum Book: On 21st August, we introduced a new Lha English curriculum book for four different levels: Elementary, Beginner, Intermediate and Advance. Our new English curriculum is based on the Standard English curriculum of CEFR (Common European Framework for Reference), and has been developed by Mrs Mackenzie Hizon who has 10+ years experience in the fields of international education, international recruitment, and marketing strategy.

World Environment Day of 2014

Environmental Awareness: During the tourist season, at the end of May and finishing on 5th June - World Environment Day - Lha organized a mass clean-up program in Mcleod Ganj in collaboration with the Central Tibetan Women's Association and the Clean Upper Dharamshala Program. We distributed pamphlets in three languages on the preservation and protection of the environment.

The week-long campaign reached around 2,500 people. 105 people took part in a survey on general environmental awareness and related issues in Mcloed Ganj, and Lha presented the survey report to the Indian local Government offices and the Central Tibetan Administration’s Home Department to help them plan future improvements in the area.  

To spread awareness about the critical environmental issues in Tibet, we manage the website Tibetnature.net. This environment educational site www.tibetnature.net contains 351 researched articles and is visited around 3,000 times on a monthly basis.

AIDS Day 2014

HIV/AIDS Awareness: Lha observed World AIDS Day on 1st December in collaboration with the Kunphen Centre for Substance Dependence and Delek Hospital, providing free blood tests for the public, and distributing condoms and leaflets on HIV/AIDS prevention to over 800 people. In the same year, Lha organized several HIV/AIDS awareness talks and campaigns, with 2,120 people taking part.

Lha Dental Care and Clear Vision

Dental & Eye Care: Lha organized the Tibetan Smiles Dental Care Project and the Clear Vision Project in the Tibetan community at Bir, where 449 people were provided with free dental care and eye care services. In addition to the local Tibetan residents, many monks and nuns from nearby Himalayan regions who are pursuing Buddhist studies in the local monasteries also benefited from these programs. 

Contact Magazine3

Contact magazine continues to be a very popular free source of news on Tibetan issues and community information in Dharamshala, and has been in publication over 16 years. We have introduced a new look for Contact magazine, with the first two and the last two pages in color! We have also increased the number of pages to enable us to provide more news for our readers. 700-1,000 copies of each issue are printed monthly, available for free, and distributed in the Dharamshala area.

Copies are also sent to diplomatic missions in New Delhi, institutions, the Central Tibetan Administration offices, Tibetan schools and settlements around India, and to subscribers abroad. In 2014, 11,100 free copies of Contact Magazine were published and distributed. The Contact online website received around 6,000 visitors on a monthly basis. Please read more about Contact Magazine.

Fairtrade of Lha

Fair Trade: With an aim of becoming more economically sustainable, while at the same time helping exiled Tibetans to generate income, the Lha Tibet Fair Trade (LTFT) company was launched. The LTFT is a licensed manufacturer, retailer, exporter, importer and wholesale company.

The showroom-cum-shop is based at Lha headquarters in Dharamshala and offers a wide range of handmade Tibetan craftworks. So far, we have set up a few partnerships including the Free Tibet online store in the UK. We welcome any businesses wishing to form partnerships and set up exhibition tours. For more information, please visit www.tibetfairtrade.com.

Exchange Group

Student Exchange Groups: Last year, we received 17 groups from the US, Mexico and Australia with around 320 people participating in the culture exchange program. This is the highest number of international students that we have hosted in a year since the conception of the program in 2002. Organizing student exchange groups and arranging student groups and volunteers’ stay in Lha’s Ahimsa House has enabled Lha to raise revenue to become more self-sufficient and sustainable in providing our daily social services, including our multi-language and computer classes.

However, to keep up with the growing needs of the community, and to maintain the operation of our other social services and special projects such as the Soup Kitchen, Contact Magazine, Clean Water, Clear Vision, Tibetan Smiles Dental Care, environmental initiatives, HIV/AIDs awareness etc, we continue to rely on generous donations. Since Lha was founded in 1997, we have continued to be inspired by the compassion, dedication and contributions of generous supporters and thousands of volunteers from around the globe.

ACHIEVEMENTS

Media Award of Lha

Social Media Award: Lha was awarded the second place in the category "Best Practices of Social Media Usage" in the south Asia-wide 3rd eNGO Challenge Award - Celebrating Digital Information Tools for Communities - South Asia, 2014.

The Award recognizes the best NGO practices of using Information and Communication Technologies. The presentation ceremony was held at the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi on 5th November. From thousands of NGOs around South Asia, 307 NGOs from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka were nominated.

Open Book and Website of Samdhong Rinpoche

Website Launch: As an initiative towards preserving Tibet’s culture, language and heritage, and to help it to flourish, Lha launched a bilingual (Tibetan and English) website on His Eminence Professor Samdhong Rinpoche (www.samdhongrinpoche.org) where Rinpoche’s writings, speeches and teachings are now made freely available to the general public. The website consists of 459 researched articles, 253 audio and video clips, and receives over 11,000 viewers on a monthly basis. Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche, an eminent and distinguished scholar, teacher and philosopher, is a life-long campaigner of Gandhian principles and works closely with His Holiness Dalai Lama.

Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche was the first Kalon Tripa (Prime Minister) of the Central Tibetan Administration and a former speaker of theTibetan Parliament-in-Exile. Currently, his services are valued at the highest level as Patron, Advisor, Chairman, President, Chancellor and visiting scholar in various institutions and foundations, including Chancellor of Sanchi University of Buddhist-Indic Studies based in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh; a member of the Expert Advisory Committee, Ministry of Culture, Government of India; and President of the International Buddhist Congregation.

 FINANCIALS

The Lha Annual Financial Report of the fiscal year 2013-2014 as per the Audit Report under section 12A (b) of the Income Tax Act 1961, Govt. of India shows the total income of INR 73,46,268 ($122437.8) and total expenditure of INR 71,21,009 ($118683.48) which includes administrative costs of INR33,65,732 ($56095.5) and project costs of INR27,28,906 ($45481.76).

 THE YEAR AHEAD

Each year, our programs and projects are adjusted to meet the conditions and needs of the region. With your generous support, we hope to continue providing these invaluable services to the local community and engage in new initiatives in the coming year. All monetary contributions from philanthropic corporations and generous individuals are greatly appreciated and helpful, large or small. In India, even a little goes a long way, and a lot goes very far!

Please follow the links for more details, updated reports and news. If you would like to read our latest updates, please visit Lha's website www.lhasocialwork.org


Below are some quick facts about Lha's work in 2014, and we hope for continued success in 2015. Thank you once again for your unwavering support; we could not have achieved these things without you, the volunteers, and of course the dedication of the students and the community.

Sincerely,
Ngawang Rabgyal
Director - Lha Charitable Trust.

www.lhasocialwork.org

www.samdhongrinpoche.com

www.contactmagazine.net

www.tibetnature.net

www.tibetfairtrade.com

For monetary donations:

By Wire transaction:

Bank Holder Name: Lha Charitable Trust
Account Number: 2517000101008335
Bank Name: The Punjab National bank
Swift Code: PUNBINBBPAR
Branch Bank: Mcleod Ganj, Dharamsala, H.P

By cheque, payable to "Lha Charitable Trust". Please send by mail to:
Lha Office Temple Road, Mcleod Ganj, Dharamsala, 176219
Distt Kangra, Himachal Pradesh INDIA

By Online Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Bank, American Express and Bank Transfer via Moneybookers.
Simply click on the Moneybookers link in the upper Right side of the Lha's website.

Clothing Donations

2014 LHA IMPACT:

  •   Provided language classes for 2,678 students attending Lha's classes, based on monthlyattendance
  • Enrolled 796 new students on language classes
  • Hosted 171 students attending Beginner and Intermediate computer classes
  • Distributed over 2,303 free articles of clothing to both the Tibetan and local Indian communities
  • Served 50-60 financially disadvantaged people daily, with 90 people benefiting from the Lha community kitchen which provides clean water and nutritious meals
  • Introduced a standardized curriculum for the English Elementary, Beginner and Intermediate classes, based on the Standard English curriculum of CEFR (Common European Framework for Reference)
  • Provided free eye examinations to 71 Tibetan refugees and free glasses to 32 people
  • Provided free dental care services to 383 Tibetan refugees, including dental check-up, cleaning, fillings, extractions, providing medicines, x-rays, braces, etc
  • Organized several HIV/AIDS awareness talks and observed World AIDS Day with awareness campaigns, distributed condoms and pamphlets to over 2,920 people
  • Circulated pamphlets, organized awareness campaigns and mass clean-up on World Environment Day reaching around 2,500 people
  • Provided recommendation letters for 254 students. The Indian Government requires a letter from an educational institution as proof from newly arrived refugees that they have registered as relocating to India for educational opportunities
  • Worked with 454 new volunteers who donated their valuable time and energy
  • Organized Cultural Exchange Programs for 17 international groups, including University and High School groups from the USA, Mexico and Australia, with around 320 participants
  • Published and distributed 11,100 free copies of Contact Magazine (700-1,000 copies published every month)
  • Installed seven brand new water filtration systems, serving around 2,145 people in total with purified water for both their drinking and cooking needs
  • Undertook a survey on the Lha Clean Water Project to assess the benefits of the 16 water filtration systems installed so far (from which 7,000 people have benefited)
  • Conducted an environmental survey
  • Around 340 books distributed to local schools through Rotary Club Dharamshala.

    Computer Class of Lha

QUICK FACTS FROM 2003 TO 2014

  • Over 6,291 volunteers from 40 different countries have contributed to Lha's work
  • Approximately 1,229 students from international education institutes participated in the cultural exchange program
  • 33,340 free books distributed to Tibetan and local Indian schools and libraries
  • More than 33,200 articles of clothing were collected and distributed through the donation center
  • Installed 16 water filtration systems under Clean Water Project, which continues to provide purified cooking and drinking water to over 7,000 people
  • 10,317 students have benefited from our language courses
  • 2,748 students have benefited from our computer classes and IT workshops
  • 367 people received free eye check-ups, and glasses provided for more than 258 people for Clear Vision Project
  • Free publication and distribution of 57,900 copies of Contact magazine since 2009
  • 169 people have graduated from Lha's massage courses
  • 415 people were benefited from Tibetan Smiles – dental care project with services such as teeth check-up, cleaning, extractions, medication, etc.
  • 67 people have graduated from Lha's photography courses
  • The Lha Community Soup Kitchen has fed 50-60 financially disadvantaged people daily, and  has benefited 258 people since its opening in July, 2011
  • 622 students have been provided with a recommendation letter to comply with the Indian Government requirement for a letter from an educational institution as proof for newly arrived refugees who have been registered as relocating to India for educational opportunities.        

volunteer with staffLha Annual Report-details

  1. 8th Jan: Around 1000 items of clothing were distributed to slums in the lower Dharamshala area through Red Cross Society of Kangra District and Dharamshala Rotary Club.  The items were donated by Lha volunteers, visiting students groups, and tourists in 2013.
  2. 23rd March: Installed the 10th Reverse Osmosis water purifier system in CST Puruwala Tibetan settlement in Simour, Himachal Pradesh. This project was sponsored by the Australia Tibet Council Group and it is currently benefiting 50 students and 10 staff members at the school.
  3. 6th May: Installed the 11th Reverse Osmosis water purifier system in Sambhota Tibetan School in Paonta, H.P.  The water system is benefiting 354 students and 65 staff members. The Heidi Kieselstein family from the USA, sponsored the project.
  4. 6th May: Installed the 12th Reverse Osmosis water purifier system in Dawa Rinjue School Society, Herbertpur, Uttarakhand. This system was sponsored by Ryan Lockee and his sixth grade class of St. Gabriel’s School, San Francisco, California, USA. This system is benefiting about 475 students and 25 staff members.
  5. 13th May: Installed the 13th Reverse Osmosis Water purifier system in Government College of Teachers Education, Dharamshala, H.P. Fundraised by Mike Emanaker, sponsored by Employees and Friends of Valley View Hospital, Colorado, USA. The purification system is benefiting 300 students and 50 staff members.
  6. 16th May: Conducted an awareness talk on HIV/AIDS and distributed brochures. The talk was given by Jade Conlon and more than 40 Lha students participated.
  7. 27th May: Received the students exchange group from Centenary College, Louisiana, USA. The group consisted of 10 students lead by Prof. David Otto and Michael Smith. The students participated in the mutual learning program, and visited the CTA complex, Bir Tibetan Settlement, Tso-pema and Mandi.
  8. 5th June: Observed the World Environment day by organizing a mass cleanup and public awareness campaign on environmental issues in collaboration with CUDP and Tibetan Women’s Association. Around 100 Lha students and volunteers participated in the program. 
  9. 16th June: Received the students exchange group of 18 students from Tulane University, USA led by Mr. Michael and his team of tutors. The group participated in the mutual learning program, and visited the CTA complex, Norbulingka, Tibetan Library and other tourist venues in Dharamshala.
  10. 12th-20th June: Conducted an Environmental Survey to highlight the key environmental problems in the locality and find solutions. 107 business owners, locals and tourists participated. The survey report has been sent to the offices of the local Indian Government and the CTA.
  11. 30th June-10th July: Received the students exchange group from Lifework International consisting of 12 students in the group; who participated in the mutual learning program, and other cultural exchange programs.
  12. 5th-28th July: Received 4 different students exchange groups from Rustic Pathways. A total of 90 students from different colleges and high schools in America have participated in this program.
  13. 7th-26th July: Received students exchange group from Loyola University. 17 students participated in the mutual learning program and other cultural exchange programs.
  14. 8th -25th Sept: Received a group of students from Tulane University School of Social work, led by group leaders Dr. Ronald Marks, Professor Carolyn Weaver and adjunct Professor Michael Smith. Students participated in the Lha mutual learning program and other cultural exchange programs.
  15. 23rd Sept: Received a group of students from Rustic Pathways Australia, a group of 12 students led by group leader Divya Parameshwara, participated in the Lha mutual learning program and cultural exchange program.
  16. 13th Oct: Received a group of 10 people from ‪‎HomecareAssociation of Louisiana, USA, led by Mr. Warren Hebert, Chief Executive Officer. The group consisted of doctors, nurses and social workers.
  17. 15th Oct: Installed the 14th reverse osmosis water Purifier system in Jampaling Old People’s Home, Dharamshala, H.P. This project is currently benefiting around 148 elderly people and 13 staff members. Funds were raised by the Tibet Fund, USA.
  18. 24th Oct: Mrs. Tenchoe Gyatso, Associate Director for Chinese Engagement & Tibetan Empowerment Programs and Lizzy Ludwig, development manager, of the International campaign for Tibet and members of Trustee of the Rowell Fund for Tibet visited Lha.
  19. 26th Oct: With funds raised by the Tibet Fund, USA, Lha installed the 15th reverse osmosis water purifier system in Central School for Tibetans Shimla, H.P. which has around 428 students and 52 staff members.
  20. 27th Oct: Installed the 16th reverse osmosis water purifier system in Kham Kathok Settlement, Sataum Sirmour Distt, H.P. which has around 225 residents. The funds for this system were also raised by the Tibet Fund, USA.
  21. 5th Nov: Lha Charitable Trust was awarded the second position in the category “Best Practices of Social Media Usage” in the 3rd eNGO Challenge Award- celebrating Digital Information Tools for Communities- South Asia, 2014 in New Delhi.
  22. 5th Nov: Launched His Eminence Prof. Samdhong Rinpoche’s website and a felicitation volume in gratitude of Rinpoche, as a part of celebration of his 75th birthday.
  23. 10th Nov: Lha collaborated with the Environmental desk of Tibetan Settlement Office Dharamsala to organize a mass clean-up at Dhasulni Village at Mcleod Ganj.
  24. 12th Nov: A group of 18 people from Australia, Scotland and US led by Australia Council for Tibet (ATC) visited Lha office and Ahimsa House.
  25. 13th Nov: A group of 20 students from American School of Bombay, India in collaboration withRustic PathwayvisitedLha
  26. 14th Nov: Lha organized Tibetan Smiles project - a dental care program - in the Tibetan Settlement of Bir, Himachal Pradesh, where 378 were provided free services including teeth check up, cleaning, filling, extraction. Lha also provided medicines, X-ray, braces and etc. 
  27. 19th Nov: A group of seven members from the Australia Council for Tibet (ATC) visited Lha office.
  28. 24th Nov: Lha conducted a survey on the Lha community soup kitchen; with aims to find information for future improvements. 57 took part in the survey of 36 questions. The reports proved that the soup kitchen has been extremely beneficial. Till now 267 people have been benefiting since 2011.  Most users (85%) report that they come regularly throughout the week, showing a consistent need for this service. A large majority of users, 87%, say financial problems are a main reason for why they come to the soup kitchen. Nearly all users (96%) agree that the lunches are beneficial to their health.
  29. 1st Dec: Observed the World HIV/AIDS day in collaboration with Kunphen Center for Substance Dependence and Delek Hospital. Lha organized a free blood test where 60 people participated, and a total of 800 people participated in the whole program.
  30. 12th Dec: A group of 13 students and 2 teachers from Mexico visited Lha for nearly a month as a part of the Culture Exchange Program.
  31. 17th Dec: Lha organized the Clear Vision Project, a free eye care program in Bir, Himachal Pradesh. 71 people benefited in different ways, such as eye check-ups for 35 people, eye medicine for 14 people, and glasses 32 people.


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Dear volunteers and students,

The 2142 wooden sheep Tibetan New Year will be from 19 February 2015. Lha office and classes will also remain closed from 16 to 27 February 2015.

We wish you all a happy Losar and hope this New Year will be full of fun, joy, health, peace, success and prosperity. Tashi Delek!!!

For any urgent inquiry or contact please call Ngawang Rabgyal or Lobsang Rabsel.


Phone: 9816689222 and 9816155523
Lha Office

Date: 5th January 2014

 
 
 
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