The main center of Abu Ali ( “Boy Girl” in Akha language) located in the area of Chiang Rai and we help since early this year, has benefited from improvements in its buildings. The center had an acceptable level of comfort, but still need for improvement.
This August 6, on the initiative of a couple of volunteers from our association and thanks to the expertise of an expert in the field, a workshop “tie-dyeing” was organized and brought together no less than sixty people, including forty children. Everyone could leave with his little creation !!!
For the 3rd consecutive year, the Pascal School in Paris organized a fundraiser in order to support our association. It was once again a sport race. A total of 31 students and twenty sponsors participated.
On June 3, three centers we help received training organized by us to develop new methods of learning Thai and English for the benefit of children. This with the help of NGO Starfish Country Home School Foundation. Continue reading
Some seeds of new ideas transmitted during summer camp meetings last month have sprouted in the minds of some orphanage directors, who decided to try growing mushrooms to increase revenue centers.
The summer camp was held from March 27 to April 2, 2016. We received 102 children, from 5 shelters different.
The camp was made possible through funding from the Secours Populaire and the charity event of Le Globo on February 6.
We were all very touched by the way the camp was held. Continue reading
The 4th evening “Before Useful” was born, organized by our Vice-President Alexandre Le Bars, in his Paris establishment in Globo on April 23 last, in partnership with the Secours Populaire. It was crowned by a handsome sum.
Long live the spring and flourishing actions ! Continue reading
Enfants Des Minorités is supporting a new center in the region of Chiang Rai, near the center of Baan Mana also support you. His name is Abu Ali, meaning, Boy Girl in Akha. Continue reading
Schools of Hope is the first structure on which we pay our efforts.
Created in 2009, inside a Thai Buddhist temple in construction, this structure hosts 57 children Shan (Burmese ethnic group), mostly orphans or whose parents are too poor to provide for their education.
Child Life is the second school that we want to help. Located in the extreme north of Thailand, the center helps street children in the city of Mae Sai for 13 years.