- Philippe Bouvier, psychiatrist, joined AMTM in 1993 and is now the Vice-President.
He says :
« I was very moved by the plight of the Tibetan people, their courage and spirituality. During my trips with the association, I realized the urgent need to rescue these men and women. I have given as much as I have received because we have a lot to learn from each other. »
- Two medical students spent six weeks at Kathmandu Snowland Ranag School. The time to verify that regular supervision would help to prevent many diseases.
They tell us:
« After a few days spent in the orphanage, we found that their problems stemmed more from bad hygiene than from medical dysfunctions. We have therefore introduced strict hygiene rules, convinced those responsible for the site to enforce them, which was not the easiest thing to do. »