Rebuild School for 138 children in Thailand Rebuild School for 138 children in Thailand Rebuild School for 138 children in Thailand Rebuild School for 138 children in Thailand

Children's World Academy Foundation

Org #45876
Vetted since 2018
2006
year founded
$23,091
raised on GlobalGiving
8
months fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

The goal of this non-profit organization is to provide a first-class school and vocational education to underpriviledged children. Yaowawit provides over 140 children, aged 4-18 years, with a home and a wholistic (body,mind & spirit) education. The education program includes the Thai curriculum, English language classes, pre-vocational education in hospitality and permaculture, life skills and social and personal development courses. We pledge to provide an excellent life skill education program, which helps children to become open-minded, confident, caring and happy human beings.

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Yaowawit school
Yaowawit school
Team
Nareerat Ongfoo
Organization Information
29/55 Moo 1, Maw sub district,
KAPONG, 82170
Thailand
+66 (0) 83 0625 903

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #0284487981
Organization Information
29/55 Moo 1, Maw sub district,
KAPONG, 82170
Thailand
+66 (0) 83 0625 903

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #0284487981

Project Reports

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Apr 2, 2019
Yaowawit School Landslide Report - March 2019
Soil Erosion Repair & Prevention Work In March 2019, the restoration work is underway to install drainage passage under the gabion wall. The workers are compacting the soil under the retaining...
Mar 9, 2019
Yaowawit School Landslide Report - February 2019
With the financial support from donors for the landslide and ground collapse that destroyed our school buildings in October 2018, we have started the reconstruction of the damaged area and...
Dec 10, 2018
Yaowawit school landslide report - December 2018
Three months ago, heavy rains caused landslides and destroyed most of the grounds of our school buildings.  Since then, many daily and school activities were disturbed but most importantly the...
 
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