"Help us in helping the helpless !!" Authentic Tibetan culture survives only in exile in a few places like Mustang which has had long historical and cultural ties with Tibet. For as long as space endures and for as long as living beings remain, until then may I too abide to dispel the misery of the world.

- His Holiness the XIV Dalai Lama

Current Status

As of April 2010, HCCH has a total of 52 children aged between 5 and 16 with boys and girls. Among them 29are girls and rest are boys children. All childrenattended Shree Manjushree Primary School in Paljyorling Tibetan camp at Prithvichowk, Pokhara until Class 5. After that, they will have to attend another school, SOS until Class 12. The schools which the children attend are Tibetan schools that educate them in English, while teaching them the necessary languages of Nepali and their mother tongue, Tibetan.

At present, the children attending Shree Manjushree Primary School has to take a half an hour walk to and from school every day it is also not exceptional for the elder children who goes for SOS school. Considering the daily foot walk, the HCCH is trying to explore supports for bus in order to saves the time for distant walking.