Tag Archives: Thailand

Clean water transforms lives of future generations

Clean water transforms lives of future generations | World Vision Blog

Children from Lampang village in Thailand having fun filling water bottles. (Photo: 2014 Somluck Khamsaen/World Vision)

“The installation of the water filters has had a huge impact on our lives and I have seen a significant change in the energy levels and health condition of my children."

Read how clean water is transforming the lives of an entire community in Thailand!

Day 4: Share coffee

Day 4: Share coffee | World Vision Blog

This Christmas season, join us as we come together to share #joy with the world! Every day in December until Christmas, follow our Advent-style project and complete the daily challenges to bring joy to the people around you and around the world.

Recovering childhood in a safe space

Recovering childhood in a safe space | World Vision Blog

Chakkit, 6, came to the Child-Friendly Space dripping wet from swimming in the flood waters. He said, "I want to join and play games." Dry shirts were given to participants as most children came wearing wet clothes. (Photo: ©2013 Jay Mark Mijares/World Vision)

When Teerasak's home in Thailand flooded, his world was turned upside-down. Now, at a World Vision Child-Friendly Space, he and 40 other children have found a place where they can learn, play, talk about their experiences, and simply be kids again.

Only a child, but already a man

More than 10,000 Cambodians cross the border into Thailand every day to earn a living. Among the throng of workers and peddlers are children like Horm, who gathers recyclable trash and sells his gleanings at Rong Kluea market.

He is only 10, but he already works like a man. Between his rounds, he drops by a World Vision learning center to play. It is at this center where he experiences just a few moments of being a child.