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Zanskar Funds Delivery Report 2019 — $US 10,000 to Nine Buddhist Nunneries

High in Zanskar Valley, 154 humble and devoted Buddhist nuns — in nine nunneries accessible by road only part of the year —  ask for […]

2019 Project Report: Shar Gaden monastery

Report on activities to follow.

2019: Funds Delivery Report School for Less Fortunate Children in Mongolia

“We celebrate the opening of school for less fortunate in Ulaan Baatar Mongolia.” — H.E. Venerable Zasep Rinpoche

The Not-Forgotten Nuns of Zanskar Valley, India

As you might expect of 185 devoted Buddhist nuns, they ask for very little, but here in Zanskar Valley — one of the most isolated […]

2020 — Current Aid Projects

In 2020, Gaden Relief continues to actively support important ongoing aid projects in Mongolia, India, and Tibet Autonomous Region, China, including: Mongolia scholarship Zanskar Nunneries, […]

Volunteers and Donations — the Merits are Inconcievable

Gaden Relief Projects is looking for volunteers in the Toronto area to assist with all aspects of operating a small registered charity. Currently, we need […]

October 2018 Visit

By Irina Safonova This past fall I travelled to Zanskar in an effort to reconnect and deliver financial aid to the Buddhist nunneries we have […]

GRP Update – January 2018

In the summer of 2017 GRP provided scholarships to Mongolian students living in poverty, and contributed funding for the construction of the new Shashin Delgerekh […]

Report on the 2013 Mission to Ömnödelger August-September 2013

Medical Clinic Ömnödelger, Donations to Tugsbayasglant Nunnery, and Bat Sumber Aged Care Centre By Anthony Brown and Candace Cole, Clinic Practitioners We arrived in Ulaan […]

A Volunteer Reflects: Dr Robbie Chase in Tibet

By Robbie Chase In August 2001 I had the good fortune to accompany Zasep Rinpoche to his homeland of Zadoh, formerly in Kham of eastern […]

Needs Assessment of the Nunneries of the Zanskar Valley October 6, 2008

By John Huizinga On August 16th, 2008, Zazep Rimpoche, John Huizinga, and Celeste Kilmartin, acting as representatives of Gaden Relief, rented a jeep and driver, […]

Medical Teams Visit Zadoh

Gaden Relief sent a medical team to Zadoh in August, 2001. Led by Dr. Robbie Chase and Zasep Rinpoche, Spiritual Director of Gaden Relief, the […]

Zadoh Area Projects, Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture

Zadoh County belongs to the Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, in the southwest of Qinghai Province. Also spelled “Zadoi” or “Zaduo” on official government maps, the […]

Tashi Lhapug Hall of Philosophic Studies

Tashi Lhapug Monastery constructed a new hall of philosophic studies with assistance from Gaden Relief. The hall became a place of intense study and debate […]

Rebuilding Delgeruun Choira Monastery

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Devastation in Tibet Autonomous Region

On April 14 2010, a series of seven earthquakes destroyed Yushu City in Tibet. Over 2,000 people are reported killed and many thousands were injured. […]

Ladakh Flood Report Leh, Ladakh, October 2010

By Lauren Galvin, Zangskar Project Officer Between the time of the tragic August floods in Ladakh until late October when I arrived in Leh, Gaden […]

Life in a Zangskari Nunnery

By Konchok Choskit (Lauren Galvin) Lauren Galvin is an American student studying in Khachodling Nunnery in Zangskar. She was inspired by American nun Karma Lekshe […]

Preliminary Report-Amarbaysgalant Monastery Well Project

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