Ngawang Dorjee (110)
|D.O.B :||June 2, 2011|
|D.O.A :||August 26, 2019|
|Home Town :||Gelling, Tuting Arunachal Pradesh, India|
Family Background The child, Ngawang Dorjee, has four family members - father, mother, sister and himself. They come from a very poor family background and his father also has epilepsy issues. the father is the breadwinner and mother is a housewife; the main source of income of the family is banking upon small farming. They earn merely INR Rs. 5000/- month to bear all kinds of expenditures for the whole family. Current Health Status Ngawang Dorjee has speech impairment and is unable to speak. He has some hearing issues as well. As far as his language is concerned, he can understand the Indian and regional Pema Gopa language. He does not understand the real Tibetan language yet and expresses it through gestures and sounds. He faced pneumonia disease at a very small age. He is able to go to a washroom and eat by himself, however, must have a caretaker along with him for assistance. The above information of the special child is very true and genuine to the best of our knowledge as discussed with his parents and the results of medical observation.
Lobsang Dawa (109)
|D.O.B :||January 7, 2013|
|D.O.A :||July 15, 2019|
|Home Town :||Spiti, H.P.|
Family Background Lobsang Dawa has four family members namely - father, mother, and two sisters. He belongs to a very poor family. His father is the breadwinner of the family, generating Rs 2000/- a month. The main source of his family occupation is farming. As per the child's parents, the child cannot speak and always prefers to stay outside. Hence, the child has enrolled in he Ngoenga School to improve his health conditions. Medical Background As mentioned earlier, the child can't speak and does not have proper functioning of his brain although the child had born in a normal delivery taking the period of eight and a half months. We had observed symptoms starting at the age of three. Therefore, the parents took him to the nearby hospital and the doctor has declared him as a special child and diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy (CP) Spastic at the Spiti Hospital in Himachal state of India. The child has a disabled certificate with CP spastic. He is having a sort of aggressive nature too. In fact, he is walking in normal condition, however, he is unable to speak. The good thing is he can understand what we say and he can eat by himself. He needs further proper care: help to do daily activities, wear his daily clothes, brushing his teeth, and maintaining the general hygiene of his health. The above details of the child information is true and genuine to the best of our knowledge, discussing with his parents here at the Ngoenga School Office, Dehradun (UK).
Tenzin Passang (109)
|Home Town :||Mundgod|
Tenzin Passang has seven family members including grandmother, father, mother, three elder brothers, and himself. His father is a farmer and bread earner of the family whereas mother is a housewife. With the father's small earning the livelihood of the family cannot be secured apart from the burden of day today expenses along with grandmother's medication and three children's expenses on top of that Tenzin Passang's treatment cost. His family condition seems critical. Tenzin Passang has intellectual impairment, his parents consulted with numerous physicians about his movement, learning, speech, and personal care but didn't make any progress so far. Due to which they finally decided to admit him to Ngoenga school on 20th August 2018 with a hope to get better treatment and care. As per his treatment curriculum, we have made an arrangement in Gubbara (Assessment center for early childhood intervention), so that we will know more about his present health status and ways to improve his health condition eventually. He was admitted to Ngoenga School without charging any fee on medical, education and living. Therefore, we would like to request you to kindly support this child to make a better future for him.
Hearing Impaired • Visual impairment
Tenzin Jorden (108)
|Home Town :||Herbertpur|
Tenzin Jorden is a 6 year old boy living with his parents. His father is in Special Frontier Force (SFF) and his mother is housewife. His father is only the earner of the family. Tenzin Jorden is diagnosed with speech and hearing impairment; he can't speak nor hear anything. His family doesn't have any strong background support to provide proper medical treatment and education to their son. So with the great hope for better treatment and education, they admitted him to Ngoenga school on 9th July 2018. As per his education curriculum, he got admission in Bajaj Institute of Learning, one of most prestige school for Deaf and Dumb student in Dehradun. The details about the child condition and family background is true and genuine. Therefore, we request any help rendered for achieving the child dream will be highly appreciated.
cerebral palsy with microcephaly
Tenzin Nordon (107)
|Home Town :||Deckyiling|
Tenzin Nordon is an 8 year old girl who lived with her mother. The father abandoned the child and mother long ago. Earlier, her mother worked in a nunnery for daily wages where she faced many problems looking after her child and doing household chores. She was the only breadwinner of the family and their living condition was very critical. Her income was not enough to cover medical expenses of her child. Therefore, she admitted her child in Ngoenga school on 1st February 2018 with great hope for better future for her child. Now her mother is working here in school as a Home mother since 16th July 2018. We request any financial assistance provided to this child will be highly appreciated. Thank you very much! UPDATE: It is with deep sadness that we share that Tenzin Nordon recently passed away at Ngoenga School. Our condolences and prayers are with Nordon la and her family.
Hearing & Speech Impaired
Pema Tsering (115)
|Home Town :||Miao|
|Remarks:||Bajaj Institution of Learning|
Pema Tsering was born with speech & hearing impairment. He is a very active, smart, and intelligent child. There are four members in his family: Father, Mother, and a younger sister. The family’s only income source is by farming. Due to very poor financial status, the family can’t afford to send the child in a far away special needs school with a huge fees and travelling expenses. As Ngoenga School runs under the Health Department of the Central Tibetan Administration, we would never charge any kind of fees for admitting a child. Therefore, it’s the family’s strong wish that the child could attend a school especially built for children with speech & hearing impairment and hopefully one day, he can stand on his own two feet. We request any kind of assistance to help Ngoenga School achieve Pema Tsering and his family achieve his dream.
Tenzin Kunchok (105)
|Home Town :||Ladakh|
|Remarks:||Passed away on 26 June 2018|
Tenzin Kunchok is from Dungti Jhangthang, a remote desert area in Leh, Ladakh. Tenzin Kunchok lives with his mother and elder brother. His father abandoned him soon after he knew that Kunchok was a disabled child. In order to feed the two young children and for better treatment of Kunchok, their mother worked in different houses. The child has had difficulties with speech, movement, mental retardation, and epilepsy since birth. He is in need of full assistance on his daily activities, such as feeding, dressing, toileting etc. The mother admitted him in this special needs school with a hope for better treatment and diet. Any help provided for Tenzin Kunchok la would be highly appreciated!
Lham Tsering (104)
|D.O.B :||16th March 2007|
|Home Town :||Tawang|
Lham Tsering is from Tawang, a town situated at an elevation of approximately 3,048 meters in the northwestern part of Arunachal Pradesh in India. His father works as labor on daily wage basis and his mother is housewife. The child has been having difficulties with speech, hearing and movement since birth. He is in need of full assistance with his daily activities, such as feeding, dressing, toileting, etc. Due to remoteness of his home and poor financial status of family, he was admitted to Ngoenga School for the improvement of his condition without charging a single penny. Therefore, any help provided for Lham Tsering would be highly appreciated.
Cerebral Palsy • Spastic Quadriplegic
Sonam Dechen (103)
|Home Town :||Hunsur|
Sonam Dechen lives with her stepfather, mother, grandparents, and two younger siblings. She became paralyzed when she took immunization vaccine at the age of four months. Her mother met a man came from Tibet and settled her life with him. Her mother has two children of present husband. Sonam’s step father is working as cook and mother as care taker of monastery cattle. The family's living condition is very poor and they do not have any other sources of income or support. The child’s mother is facing difficulties in handling Sonam Dechen in regards to time, energy and financially. Therefore, any generous help rendered for this child will be highly appreciated.
FUC of Quadriparasis
Tenzin Norzom (102)
|Home Town :||Mundgod, India|
FUC of C.P • MR • Quadriparasis
Tenzin Dedhen (101)
|Home Town :||Odisha, India|
Cerebral Palsy • MR
Sonam T. Wangmo (100)
|Home Town :||Bhutan|
FUC of Epilepsy • Quadriparasis
|Home Town :||Tatopani, Nepal|
Sherab belongs to a very poor family. He is from a very remote place in Nepal called Tatopani. The main income earner of the family is his mother who sells homemade butter to meet the daily needs. As being a disabled child, it was very difficult for the mother to look after him. Due to poor financial status, his mother admitted him to Ngoenga School. He was admitted in this special needs school without being charged any fees on medical, education and living expenses. Therefore, any support rendered to the child will be highly appreciated.
Sjogren Larsson Syndrome (SLS)
Sonam Lhadun (96)
|Home Town :||Tawang|
|Remarks:||On Wheel Chair|
Sonam Ladhun and her twin sister Neema Ladhun lived with their mother and two maternal aunties. Their father abandoned the family as soon as he came to know that the twin children are disabled. The doctor diagnosed them and named their condition as Sjogren-Larsson Syndrome (SLS). The family depends on farming for their living & the mother is the sole source of income of the family. The child can communicate with gestures and a few words in their local Monpa language. She is more active than her twin sister. Any help rendered for this girl will be highly appreciated.
Sjogren Larsson Syndrome (SLS)
Neema Ladhun (95)
|Home Town :||Tawang|
|Remarks:||On Wheel Chair|
Neema Ladhun and her twin sister Sonam Ladhun lives with her mother and two maternal aunties. Their father abandoned the family as soon as he came to know that the twin children are disabled. The doctor diagnosed them and named their condition as Sjogren-Larsson Syndrome (SLS). The family depends on farming for their living & the mother is the sole source of income for the family. The child can communicate with gestures and a few words in their local Monpa language. Any help rendered for this girl will be highly appreciated.