Jhamtse Gatsal, which in Tibetan means "garden of love and compassion", is a community of orphaned children, who have found refuge in the orphanage wanted by Lobsang Phuntsok, a Buddhist monk in the district of Tawang. It is located in a very remote part of Arunachal Pradesh, the state in northeastern India, on the border with Bhutan, China, Bangladesh and Myanmar.
Currently the community consists of a building that houses 90 children, but the demands continue to increase. In recent years more than a thousand children have arrived here. The goal is to build 3 duplexes, to accommodate 6 families of 24 students and their respective 'Amala' - Mothers -, thus managing to expand assistance 90 to 150 children in the next four years. With your help we can do it. Thank you.
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