Drinking Water Reservoir

Providing safe drinking water for the nuns has always been a top priority for the Tibetan Nuns Project. Clean drinking water is vital for the overall health of the nuns.

But having and maintaining a reliable supply of clean, safe drinking water is very challenging in India.

A large reservoir at the top of Dolma Ling Nunnery and Institute is used to store drinking water for the nunnery. The nunnery is home to over 250 nuns and staff. The water is fed to all the buildings through gravity lines and is filtered to make it suitable for drinking.

Unfortunately, the nuns have discovered a leak in the lining of the reservoir.

The nuns must re-seal the reservoir lining before the leak worsens and floods the temple building. The nunnery’s temple is just below the pond; you can see it here in the picture.

Help seal the drinking water reservoir and prevent flooding of the Dolma Ling temple!

PROJECT COST: US $7,500

To help you can:

  1. Make a gift online at tnp.org
  2. Call our office in Seattle, US at 1-206-652-8901
  3. Mail a check to the Tibetan Nuns Project (for drinking water reservoir)
    815 Seattle Boulevard South #216, Seattle, WA 98134 USA
  4. Give a gift of securities
  5. Leave a gift in your will to the Tibetan Nuns Project

Make a Donation

You can download a description of the drinking water project here.