我們的救災行動最新報導~ 在印度(2015年7月5日)

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我們在拉瓦的僧團與第三世蔣貢仁波切紀念醫療診所的護士們正盡全力救助土石流的受難者與傷患。
僧眾們對拉瓦的情況處理得宜,也根據 尊貴的蔣貢康楚仁波切的指示為往生者祈禱。

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在此,跟大家分享一則本地的新聞報導。

僧眾們在拉瓦災區最前線的努力救援
Posted by Kalimpongnews.net on July 4th, 2015 08:36 AM | Local News, North East News, Regional News, State News

2015年7月3日卡林邦報導:卡林邦拉瓦寺院的僧眾,他們自行編組,提供一切他們可以提供的救援來搶救土石流的受難者,樹立了優良典範。

同樣是土石流受害者的僧眾,以小隊的方式深入拉瓦偏遠的災區來協助救災。僧眾加入當地居民的救援活動一起搶救深陷倒塌房舍中的受難者,並將傷患從殘磚破瓦中一一背出。由於卡林邦地處偏遠,傷者被帶到隸屬拉瓦寺院的醫療中心並提供給傷者基本的急救。

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寺院當局並打開他們的儲藏室,將配給物資與必要的物資發送給過去幾日來未曾進食的村民們。寺院也開放庭院成立緊急的臨時救難營,安置失去家園無處可去的難民。“看到大量的災民湧入寺內,他們相信可以將生命託付給我們,我們知道我們眼前的任務,是一項必須確保不負所託的使命。”寺院一名喇嘛這麼說。

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2015年6月30日蔣貢康楚仁波切德千林寺協助印度大吉嶺地區土石流救災並為受災者祈福相簿

 

 

A Brief Update about our Relief Activities (2015 June 5)

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Our monks of Lava Monastery and nurse Lhadon of Jamgon Kongtrul IIIrd Memorial Healthcare Centre are doing their best to help victims of the mudslides. The monks are managing the situation in Lava well and they are also praying for those who died in accordance with the wish of H.E. Jamgon Kongtrul Rinpoche. We share some news from the local press:

Monks at forefront of rescue efforts in Lava

Posted by Kalimpongnews.net on July 4th, 2015 08:36 AM | Local News, North East News,Regional News, State News

EOI, KALIMPONG, 3 Jul 2015: Monks of Lava monastery in Kalimpong have formed themselves into teams, providing whatever relief they could salvage to the victims of landslides, setting an example. The monks, themselves victims of the landslide, went as teams to remote villages of Lava to provide assistance. They joined the local people in rescuing those trapped inside fallen houses and carrying the injured on their back. With Kalimpong being far away from the area, the injured persons were brought to a small clinic run under the Lava monastery where they were given basic aid. 

The monastery officials also opened its stock room to provide ration and other essentials to the villagers who had not eaten anything for the past few days. 

The open courtyards of the monastery also served as a temporary emergency camp for those seeking refuge after their houses were destroyed and got nowhere to evacuate. 

“Seeing the large influx of people into the monastery trusting us with their lives, we know we have a task at hand to make sure that we live up to it,” said a monk from the monastery.