From our blog
Last month, we have been able to install a ram pump in a remote village in the Sop Moei province which is about 200 km south-west of Chiang Mai. We have done a site survey earlier this year and coordinated with the village committee the set up and needed materials. Together with the locals we installed the pipes and the pump and
Pe was our former accountant at the Rain Tree Foundation since it was founded. But even before Rain Tree was founded she was active within the former Thailand based Thaicare organization. Almost for 9 years she ablaze the office with her personality and she was always a loyal friend towards the organization and especially to the projects and children. We
For the beginning of the new school year we visited the children’s home in Ranong. Presently there are 31 children, who belong to the Sea Gypsies or as they call themselves, Moken. Since most Sea Gypsies have no citizenship, they have no legal rights and therefore could attend the local schools. It is very important for these children to be
At least and through the incredible support of donors and friend we have been able to renew the roof of a school in Mae Hong Son district. The local school has now, at the beginning of the rainy season, a new metal sheet roof for the whole school. Now the children can continue to learn without getting disturbed by heavy
In 2010 the Rain Tree Foundation registered in Germany as a non-profit organization, the Thai Care e. V. (www.thaicare.de). Both organizations are officially registered social charities and are recognized as non-profit from the local tax departments. The main purpose of Thai Care e. V. is to promote our projects in Thailand, manage volunteers and to administrate the foster children program.