Till now only 4 out of the 10 students who got admission arrived, most likely because of the corona pandemic. We hope the others will still arrive. In the course of this year another batch will start.
This decision is made because lots of wood became available through the road construction.
This project is initiated by the local government.
To all the visitors of the site
A healthy, joyful and auspicious Tibetan Iron Ox Year
Students started yesterday with a month Yuthog Yonten’s ngondro under the guidance of the “affectionately called” Ladakhi Amchi, one of late Trogawa Rinpoche’s students. After this month they will start with their practical training in the clicics and pharmacy.
Dear Chagpori Support Group members and Friends,
Below please find a short account of the activities at Chagpori during the past one year.Activities at Chagpori during 2020
H.E. Rabjam Rinpoche graciously accepted our request to bless Chagpori pharmacy at Salugara on 27th January 2020 and also gave the oral transmission of Yuthog prayer to the doctors and students of Chagpori.
c) We re-opened our clinic at Salugara market on 27th November which is convenient for the patients to come. For the last few years it was functioning from the pharmacy which is further away from town.
From mid-April our doctors resumed work at the pharmacy in Salugara. We made medicines for flu, cough and fever in larger quantities and also the other medicines for our usual requirement at the clinics, before the start of the monsoon. This was essential in order to be able to cater to the needs of the patients.
As this pandemic affected everyone, we at Chagpori tried our best to cope with the ever evolving situation and help the people in the region by giving free medicines and relief food items.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to our friends and well-wishers for your constant support and concern.
Wishing you all a very happy, healthy and prosperous Year 2021. Board members, staff and students of Chagpori
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We would like to inform you that Anit Thapa, GTA Chairman visited Chagpori on Friday 4th September. They plan to make a motorable road till Chagpori College.
Sunday April 5, the Chagpori clinic in Takdah village gave free medicine for flu, cough and fever. It was announced that one person per family could come. All together 169 persons did come.
The local Women association gave out free cotton face masks.