The Tibet Fund (healthcare and education programs)


In 1994, The Tibet Fund established its Tibet Assistance Program to address the neglected medical, educational and economic needs of the Tibetan people. Working primarily with local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Tibet, the Program has launched small-scale, well-managed programs to educate and care for orphans, offer scholarship opportunities for higher education, and provide eye care and blindness prevention services. For the past 11 years, The Tibet Fund has administered a State Department-funded cultural exchange program that enables Tibetan scholars and professionals to study and gain internship experience in the U.S. The program has also provided college-level English language and computer skills training in Tibet.


Projects in the highlands, surrounding areas, (solar)

Himalaya Projects

The Himalayas feature some of the harshest environments in the world, requiring ingenuity and re-tooling to address conditions unlike any found elsewhere.

Our current projects in the region have presented us with many stimulating challenges and instilled in us a great respect for the ingenuity and perseverance of the people of this region.