The Little Monks need your help! During a recent visit at various refugee camps along the Indo-Tibet borders, His Holiness the 37th Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang of Drikung Kagyu Lineage of Tibetan Buddhism, has located as many as 80 under-privileged “little” monks and also identified a number of Tulkus. They came from the remote poverty-stricken regions and suffered from malnutrition. These young monks were taken in and cared for in both Jangchub Ling and Phyang Monasteries. The monasteries depend solely on donations and sponsorships to provide the young monks with basic daily needs, food, clothing, healthcare, shelter, education, and training.