We are happy and proud to share that our work is growing.
People often ask us if HIV is still a deadly virus.
Our Phang Nga staff Sirisawan recently visited one of families.
Pupe is a 7-year-old girl who lives in Nakhom Phanom, in the northeast of Thailand.
Krit (5 years old, see photo, not his real name) had never been to school, when we met hi
Imagine living with small children, in a little shack that is falling apart. A house with no walls, just one small room. There is no bathroom or toilet, so you need to shower outside.
Prison MinistryWe train and support inmates in 5 different prisons. We inform infected inmates about medication use and warn healthy inmates for the risks of (unsafe) sex.
Crafts ProgramWomen without a job can participate in our craft program. The woman make crafts and earn an income by selling it.
Family careWe help families who are unable to support themselves. We give medical, spiritual and financial support. Our goal is to enable families to stand on their own feet again.
AwarenessIn several places, we share our knowledge about HIV. In high schools we give sexual education. And in border areas we inform about safe migration.
Educational SponsorshipWith our help over 300 children can go to school. Without our financial support this would be impossible.
Do you already support a family or child and would like to do more? Such as sending a letter or gift, possibly visit?