- Relieve the poverty of people of Tibetans in Exile
- Provide assistance in the fields of health and education
- Support relief and rehabilitation projects for Tibetans in Exile
- Preserve Tibetan identity and culture
- To fulfil our aims according to the aspirations of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Central Tibetan Administration and the Tibetan community.
- To empower the Tibetan community to be self reliant and self sufficient.
- To improve the living standards of the Tibetan community living in Exile.
- To ensure all Tibetans have easy access to school and health care.
- To prepare for our eventual return to Tibet with skills and knowledge.
- Saturday Tibetan Language &
Whether they are growing up in abroad or remain behind in Tibet, Tibetan children are at great risk of not being able to speak and read Tibetan. As language is one of the most important aspects of identity, the Tibet House Trust has been running and providing Tibetan Language and the Dranyen classes for Tibetan children in the UK between age range of 5 to 17.
The Teachers are well qualified and has a great deal of teaching experience with kids. We have about 15 children at Highbury Roundhouse and 18 children at Woolwich schools. Children are group by age and proficiency in the subject and each group is taught for about an hour from 11.30 am to 12.30pm for junior and 12.30pm to 1.30 pm for senior group.
The Tibet House Trust also organised a Buddhist lesson for Tibetans in UK to understand the reasoning and historical background to some of our faiths and religious customs. The Venerable Geshe Tashi la, the resident teacher of Jamyang Buddhist Centre, London will kindly teach it in Tibetan.