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Expenditure Report 2002
Nuns Project Report: Accounts for Summer 2002
Submitted by Kim Gutschow, Sept. 26, 2003
Received from Gaden Relief: US $ 1885.73 (CA $2901).
Total Rupees Received from Exchange of US $1900: 91,105 Rs.
Rupees were disbursed to 8 Nunneries in Zangskar, according to
the number of member nuns in each nunnery. Each nunnery received
a collective sum which amounted to 1000 Rs per member nun, as
well as a stipend to cover transportation costs to/from Leh if
the money was disbursed in Ladakh instead of at the nunnery in
Zangskar. The sum was either disbursed among individual nuns to
cover food/clothing expenses or used collectively to fund wintertime
prayers and other ritual expenses as the community saw fit.
Grubling (22 nuns): 22,000.
Pishu Namgyal Choling (10 nuns): 10,000.
Zangla Jangchub Choling (17 nuns): 17,000.
Rizhing Dorjedzong (13 nuns): 13,000.
Tungri Phuntsogling (12 nuns): 12,000.
Skyagam Phagmoling (14 nuns): 14,000.
Bya Dolmaling (7 nuns): 7200.
Shun/Satak Namtakling (12 nuns); 13,200.
Disbursed in August 2002: 108,400.
between 108,400 disbursed and 91,105 received was made up by Kim
Gutschow, who contributed 17,295 towards the Gaden Choling funds.
with this report:
of letter from Gaden Choling detailing sum sent
receipt from Delhi Airport showing Rupees received
receipts from all of the eight nunneries indicating sum received
from Ladakh Nuns Assocation regarding future disbursements (explained
in letter to Conrad, dated Sept. 26, 2003)