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Savings Groups Help Families Survive the COVID-19 Lockdown

When COVID-19 hit Thailand, and the government prevention measures closed down borders, businesses, and cut off whole communities, most migrant families were caught completely unprepared. They […]

Clean Hands Save Lives – Soap n Hope

This is what it looks like when 7 teams of dedicated community workers and volunteers go house to house in the hottest month of the year, […]

We Can Take Care of Each Other

Daw Aye Min sat on the plastic mat on the floor of her bamboo house as the savings group members filed in. Normally, these meetings were […]

A Social Distancing Survival Guide

Here’s a short list of resources to help you and your family right now. Many of these we have used personally, and found them useful. We’ve […]

We didn’t have a lot, but we were together.

Part 1: Judah’s family is Lahu, a hill tribe whose members can be found in the mountainous regions of several Asian countries, including China, Thailand, Myanmar, […]

After Their Mother Died, These Siblings Banded Together to Protect Each Other

When we met her family Ei Phyu had just recently taken all of her younger siblings and 6 month old niece into her care and was struggling to provide for them all. This brave young family was barely holding it together when we started providing nutrition packages for them.

The Story of What Doesn’t Happen When Families Have Support

For a family in crisis it’s not just about not having enough work to buy food to eat. It’s about the debt that a family gets […]

Learning to Show Love

"I've been so busy making sure we have food to eat, I never took time to build a bond with my son. I didn't know it was important. My children think I don't care about them. They only see that I'm too busy to spend time with them."

Kay Thi – Alone and Struggling

She took herself to the clinic alone when she was in labor, bringing her 3 year old son with her. The baby was born prematurely. Tired […]

What Happens When There is NO Support for Families?

An orphanage should always be the last option for a child. It is the demonstration of evil in the world, the destruction of families, of the failure of society. However, occasionally, it is the least bad option available.
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From Desperation to Hope

The woman and her little extended family were alone, in a foreign country, critically poor, discovering a sickness that gets you rejected by the surrounding community, with a baby coming to a young and inexperienced mother and the danger of giving this new life the same sickness that the mother just discovered that she now has to deal with for the rest of her life.

Good Touch, Bad Touch – Abuse Prevention Training