Health
 Thailand
Project #16240

Renovate homes for poor, HIV/AIDS infected persons

by Human Development Foundation
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It is a most crucial job building and renovating homes for HIV/AIDS infected people. By living in a safe and healthy environment enables individuals in many ways. They can function on a daily basis, children are fit to go to school and get an educaiton, parents can work and bring income and each person in the household has a better chance on a strong immune system to keep them active and engaged in their community.

 

By funding this kind of project you are not only helping to build a house - the effects of the action helps the family, community and surrounding schools be efficient, productive and active members of society.

 

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Organization Information

Human Development Foundation

Location: Bangkok, Thailand - Thailand
Website: http:/​/​www.mercycentre.org
Project Leader:
Kristine Stenbeck
Overseas Project Leader
Bangkok, Thailand

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