Gift of Hope: Transformative Training
The isolated nature of Tibetan schools and settlements in India means most Tibetan children grow up apart from local Indian culture and do not gain a strong working knowledge of Hindi. A lack of career advice is also a big problem, with many students unaware of the variety of options open to them or what skills are valued in the workplace.
When students come to leave school and head off to university or work, they often face huge barriers. Navigating the Indian university admissions system and finding the right course is a major challenge, accessing training courses is limited, and the Indian careers system can prove equally baffling. Many also lack the means to fund a training course, even if they did find one. As a result, many young Tibetans end up in poorly paid jobs or taking unsuitable qualifications, leaving them unable to build up savings, weather crises, or invest in their futures.
Your gift could help a young Tibetan complete a training course and provide the support needed for them to secure a job, so they can start building a better future for themselves.
This gift comes with a thank you letter, a photo and a rangzen bracelet, enclosed in an envelope made by the Clean Upper Dharamsala project.
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