REGISTERED CHARITY NUMBER: 1170236

COMPASSION IS OUR APPROACH AND WISDOM IS OUR AGENT FOR A SUSTAINABLE WORLD

LOTUS CHILDREN'S EDUCATION TRUST -LCET

Kukimara villagers building the Lotus Children's Home in 2013 

Kukimara village children and their natural village life

Kukimara villagers building the Lotus Children's Home in 2013

Lotus Children's Home is under Rangamati District

Lotus Children's Education Trust (LCET) was established in July 2014 with the prime intention of providing free holistic education and a chance to a bright future for destitute children particularly from the third world countries. LCET is now fully and formally registered with the UK Charity Commission. The UK Registered Charity Number is 1170236.  LCET incorporates and operates from the ‘Lotus Children’s Home’, which is dully registered with the government of Bangladesh. The registered number is: 'Ranga 300/15'.  Lotus Children’s Home stands on six acres of land, which was donated by a devotee of Venerable Dr. Nagasena Bhikkhu. Lotus Children’s Home is comprised of two dormitory buildings: one for girls and one for boys and accommodates 51 destitute children and three resident teachers, three visiting volunteer teachers, one cook, one caretaker  in 2017. These destitute children are from the Chittagong Hill Tracts and the nearby region. They are from extremely poor families with no access to education and facilities. Given the non-existing social support system, the welfare and well-being of these children is dependent on the generosity of local people. A group of dedicated volunteer workers led by Venerable Dr. Nagasena Bhikkhu manage the day-to-day running of Lotus Children’s Home. A governing committee (group of Trustees) looks after the management of LCET and Lotus Children’s Home.  As a Trust, we are committed to working in a fully ethical, honest and transparent manner. Your generosity will never be forgotten or abused, and every little help will be counted and effectively used for the promotion of our plans.

Foundation History

We live in a global and interconnected world. We are connected in terms of natural resources, consumption, trade, businesses,the media and technological innovations. This globalization has brought with itself many challenges for underdeveloped countries, where the ratio of illiteracy is higher than in industrialized countries. Often there is a lack of well-implemented social support policies, as well as limited resources for appropriate and accessible education in underdeveloped countries. This can result in direct or indirect negative consequences for everyone because the problems of one country can spread to another country within a matter of time. 

Our VIEW

hope

to be educated

 LOTUS CHILDREN’S HOME IN KAPTAI, RANGAMATI, CHITTAGONG HILL TRACTS, BANGLADESH 

This Lotus Children's Home was established in 2013 in the Chittagong Hill Tracts, under Rangamati Hill District, Bangladesh. It stands on six acres of land which was donated by a devotee of Venerable Dr. Nagasena Bhikkhu, and currently (2017) has two dormitories one for boys and one for girls accommodating 51 destitute children in 2017.



We believe in this mantra: ''Compassion is our approach and Wisdom is our agent for a sustainable world”. We believe that holistic education is the key to challenging the roots of poverty, ignorance and suffering. Our mission is to give destitute children a better start in life by means of disciplined and effective training suitable to the level of each child’s age and ability - training which is tailored to suit situations where demand exceeds the supply of resources. Our model is intended to improve the cognitive abilities of children with respect to common sense, understanding and other needs.

There is an undocumented number of children whose parents are separated, unfortunate, destitute or poor. Many more children do not receive adequate care from their parents due to lack of education. These parents missed out on education due to lack of resources and are thus unable to provide good schooling and education for their children. On the other hand, the government cannot support these communities adequately due to lack of money, and in many cases due to bureaucratic mismanagement and corruption. This vicious cycle is a common social setting in “undeveloped” countries.  

Our Mission

OUR REASON


save

the earth

help

those in need