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Stand up to Violence!

From 20th August to 7th September 29, 2018, with the financial support of the Irish Aid In-Country Micro-Project Scheme (ICMP), we carried out the project entitled “Empowering Girls in Rural Northeast Thailand to Protect Themselves Against Domestic & Sexual...

Voices That Care

It has been an exciting and definitely entertaining summer for us. The highlight was undoubtedly our event in June at The Athenee Hotel in Bangkok. Together with ThaiBev, we held a sold-out fundraising gala dinner showcasing Vocal Point, Brigham Young University’s...

Giving Underprivileged Women A Voice

Recently, we received a visit from Jaclyn Tan, Head of Brand & Marketing (Southeast Asia) at JD Sports Fashion. The UK leading sports fashion retailer opened its flagship store at IconSiam plus an outlet at Mega Bangna less than a year ago. So it was flattering...

Featured Donor: Paul Dowling

“I am continuously inspired by the students and staff of Pratthanadee, and hope to convey that passion to family, friends and colleagues back home.” From Boston to Bangkok with a desire to give back! This month’s featured donor is Paul Dowling. With a mission to help...

Volunteer Spotlight: Robin Hudson

For volunteer English teacher Robin Hudson, learning is a two way street! “I love seeing them achieve their goals.” This month’s volunteer spotlight is on Robin Hudson. Having moved to Bangkok in 2011 from Phoenix, Arizona, she signed up as a substitute English...

Aspiring For A Better Life

We made more strides with our ‘Better Me’ programme in Bangkok and Ubon Ratchathani in the second half of 2017, thanks to the generous support of Metropolitan Bangkok by COMO. Over 1,100 girls and women participated in our life-changing programme, which has empowered...

Multiplying Our Impact In Ubon

With support from the Canadian Embassy in Thailand, we have coached high school students to be agents of change. Sixty-five girls from five schools in Ubon Ratchathani underwent our inaugural ‘Better Me’ leadership training from late last year to early 2018. They...

Changing Attitudes

'Claim Your Rights' is one of the key training workshops we offer in schools. It aims to teach village girls how to protect themselves and how to prepare for the potential move to Bangkok, with all the new risks and dangers that it presents. We run pre and...

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