Train 7,000 disadvantaged women in Thailand


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By a male, 22-30 years old, in Busia, Kenya
Map of MIKE With the current state of the economy,life is becoming difficult with enemployment shooting up rapidly,many youths are left jobless such that they cant sustain themselves and back at home,their parents expect them to do something to sustain themselves and even to support the parents. This challenges has happened to many and one good example is Mike, a dear friend of mine who was seen as the only hope of the family.He was jobless and at the time his parents and brothers counted on him.After years of sruggling mike got into gangerism and he started to rob people and break into shops and even robbing banks. His family started receiving great financ ial support and life becoming full of fun and happiness,however this joy came to an abrupt end when Mike was short dead during one of his roberry crimes. Read more.
Related to project keywords: support parents, expect, current, years, family
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Project Leader

Dinah Chung

Bangkok, Bangkok Thailand

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Map of Train 7,000 disadvantaged women in Thailand