“I recently attended a conference on sustainability in Nepal. Once the conference had ended, the networking activities had come to a grinding halt, and reports on Nepalese economics were filed, I decided to visit a school for Himalayan children.
Shree Mangal Dvip (SMD) boarding school lies just a stone’s throw from Boudhanath Stupa, a revered Tibetan Buddhist spiritual site in Nepal’s storied capital of Kathmandu. The school, which had just celebrated its 30th anniversary, houses nearly 500 children from parts of Nepal bordering Tibet.”
Read Tsering Namgyal’s full feature story, “A School for the Forgotten Children of the Himalayas,” on Buddhistdoor.net
Thank you Tsering!