The Manjushri Educational Project (MEP) helps poor Nepal and Bhutan children to improve their lives by providing quality education. Started in 2012 by Khenpo Namdrol Rinpoche with his students volunteers, MEP provides food, education and shelter for 78 children in Pharping Nepal, until the earthquakes happened.
The school and the temple compounds are used to provide hot food, hope and first aids for every possible way to make lives easier. Manjushri Educational Project Nepal has employed another teacher to provide in-house teaching so that learning can continue even if the school is disrupted during this period. We are taking in more children too.
MEP#RebuildNepal are collecting contributions to help rebuild homes in Nepal. Although our children and monastics are saved, most of their family homes and villages are destroyed. We will be using our existing Manjushri Educational Project network and system to collect relief funds for rebuilding homes in Nepal destroyed by the earthquakes. We target to provide 500 roof top at about USD 100 each.
The MEP#RebuildNepal will continue to operate under MEP as a separate set of accounts, as this is an ongoing mission to rebuild homes of the needy. We are also glad that MEP Bhutan is not affected and ongoing.
Please donate via Paypal at this site (http://manjushrieducational.org/) or contact Robin Chan (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you wish to help.
Khenpo Namdrol was born in 1953 at Dege Tibet. At the age of seven, in 1959, he fled Tibet and have been teaching Buddhism in India, China and many parts of the world. In 1998, under the guidance of His Holiness Penor Rinpoche, Khenpo Namdrol established the Palyul Retreat Center, Samten Osel Ling in Pharping, Kathmandu Valley, Nepal. Khenpo now spends much of his time at this center, as well as teaching abroad and at the institute.