Shaping good minds and hearts

Children from different ethnic and religious backgrounds live together in the BHCH, and the caretakers come from both Tibet and Nepal. The children learn from an early age to take responsibility for themselves and the community. They live in family-like groups and are cared for by house-parents. Our children grow up in a safe, clean and rural environment.

We place great importance on a solid education. The internal school employs qualified, native teachers. Even after they leave the BHCH, the young people are supported and mentored in their continuing education. After they successfully conclude their tenth year of school, every child attends a vocational training programme or a college. We support these young people until they find a place to work and can make a living on their own.

We were able to help 170 young people achieve economic independence.