Munsel Society Leh

Mara Casella, Professor of special education, has had a long journey
also on the personal interior level, to fulfill her dream:
she moved from Switzerland to work with disabled children
in Ladakh in the Northern Himalaya.

Respecting the culture and local traditions she built
the small Munsel school. The name meaning “leaving the dark –
leaving ignorance" was chosen on the recommendation of a Lama.

2020 will also be an important year:
the new Choglamsar site will be able to accommodate more students,
even full-time.

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News Flash

#Distant But Close

14, May, 2020|Comments Off on #Distant But Close

Also Munsel School remains closed to children and families [...]

Coronavirus emergency

21, March, 2020|Comments Off on Coronavirus emergency

Because of the pandemic, also in Ladakh, all schools are shut. [...]

The school year 2020 has started

21, February, 2020|Comments Off on The school year 2020 has started

The preparations for the new school year are under way [...]

News and wishes from Munsel School

22, December, 2019|Comments Off on News and wishes from Munsel School

2019 is drawing to a close and we would like to share with you the very positive results of a year that has been particularly important and challenging for us[...]

Appointments

We invite you to actively participate in our activities

Rinviato il Fashion Market

27 March 2020 - 28 March 2020

Vernice della mostra di Luca Maggetti

14 January 2020 @ 18:00 - 23:59

Mercatino second hand uomo & donna

7 September 2019 @ 11:00 - 18:00

Appointment at the cinema

21 May 2019 - 23 May 2019

Who we are

We are a Swiss group of friends of Ladakh, the circle of which is growing bigger and bigger, even beyond the Swiss boarders. These people endeavour in various ways to help disabled children and youngsters of Ladakh with an appropriate school.

What do we do

The spontaneous group, which was formed in Switzerland , contributes towards the development of the projects launched by Mara Casella in 2005 aiming at also supporting the inhabitants of the most isolated villages.

The Munsel Society is actually focusing its work on the continuity and the quality of the initiatives by supplying the local population with the know-how and the tools necessary for a future autonomous management.

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How you can help us

Donations – Every contribution (however small) and all the initiatives aiming at making our projects known to the public have enabled Munsel School to continue developing

Events – Benefit dinners, small markets, information evenings, slideshows and other events enhancing encounters and moments of sharing have been the cornerstones of all our activities

Voluntary Work – we are always open to cooperation with ergotherapists, physiotherapistes, music therapists as well as, for ther practical jobs: gardening, repair

Where we operate

Munsel School is located a few kilometres from Leh, the capital of Ladakh. The country, crossed by the Hindu Holy River, is the northernmost of the States of India. The summits of this predominantly desert strip of land exceed 7,000 m.
The surface is about twice that of Switzerland.

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