The following criteria are used to select projects, programs or initiatives for Tibetan Healing Fund.
Tibetan Healing Fund supports projects which:
Tibetan Healing Fund does not support projects which:
Projects and programs must adhere to the following:
Approach to Participatory Involvement:
Three steps to take the process of project: First step, local Tibetan advisories develop project plan and proposal based on ongoing project and community needs; Second step, THF USA team will receive the proposal and must have board approval; and Third step, In-Country work team implements and reports project.
For monitoring and evaluation, THF’s In-Country team, advisory board, program committee and/or board members frequently travel to project site to meet local beneficiaries and monitor and evaluate projects on a regular basis to discern if the projects are reaching their goals, achieving their projected outcomes and if they are doing so in an effective manner.
A final evaluation will take place at the end of the project implementation period. THF promotes a continuous cycle of data collection, analysis and utilization to improve education and health conditions.
THF operates with minimal overhead and relies heavily on the work of dedicated volunteers. This means that donations directly go towards projects and benefits the people we serve.