If you remember, this is how we define the four basic conditions for a happy and balanced life, and they are the basis for all our projects. We are talking about health, education, sustainability and mental well-being.
We‘ve used these Four Pillars to create our Almsgiving pilot project, which aims to help and support 25 Tibetan refugee families and 50 disadvantaged families in rural India to achieve self-sufficiency, with long-term solutions focused on the specific needs of the communities.
The first pillar is HEALTH, and this is promoted through the distribution of the primary source responsible for the balanced growth of human beings: food. Our monthly food aid includes a wide range of products that take into account the nutritional needs of underprivileged communities and their cultural aspects: ranging from rice to tea, from vegetables to spices, all sourced locally.
This type of solidarity is crucial for the 50 Indian families in Bylakuppe, South India, as they lack even the most basic necessities for survival.