6. Ganka Shar

Previously, this courtyard had no toilet. THF built a toilet and connected the house to piped water.

From The 1999 Annual Report:

Gangkashar: this building located on the way to Merunyingba monastery had no toilet at all for its 4 resident families. One site of the courtyard was occupied by majestic corner walls of the old Zongra House, which was demolished in 1993 but this particular corner was left standing to support the weaker Gangkashar leaning against it. THF found enough empty space between the walls and the new building that repaced Zongra to fit in a sewer-connected toilet, using the old corner as entrance. A water connection for flushing has also been provided. Total costs: $3,677.