In recent months the team went to Mae To and Mae Jiao villages. We also visited 2 villages in Mae Taeng, Chiang Mai where we had the opportunity to meet, talk, encourage and give away food packages to 70 families. Most of those families are Lahu people and one of the villages does not have access to electricity. The team also went out to help the community by providing food and supply bags to feed almost 100 Lahu hilltribe people in Huai Wai and Mae Na Noi communities, and another 80 families in Pai, Mae Hong Son province, where electricity is also inaccessible.
Some of these places are very remote and only accesible by truck. During this rainy season the route can even be impassible when it rains. It did rain during one of our trips but thankfully we did not get stuck. Despite the danger and difficulty, we love passing on hope and encouragement in remote, hard-to-reach areas. Everywhere we go, we've given clothing gifts to many kids in the community. We were glad to see the smile of happiness when we did games and activities with them. Thank you for helping us meet this need during Covid!
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