It was extremely difficult for Meah to see her mother and little baby sister walk away. Read more about our response for child refugees.
The 7% Project presents the "Bowtie Shorts Helmet", Kosong Kasan Gannok at Children's Discovery Museum in Chatuchak, Bangkok.
Hear more about our education programs for migrant children and their families in Thailand.
Despite the existing EFA policy and cabinet’s resolution, many children in Thailand still do not have the chance to attend school. Save the Children is determined to bring a change to this.
“When I was selected among the teachers here to join the project activities, I told myself I could also help save the children’s lives,” said Uraiwan Sanornam, Save the Children's Helmet Teacher Ambassador of Wat Ratburana School.
“When the children first arrived here, they looked haggard, malnourished and dirty. Most of them were wounded, had scars, rashes, and skin disease such as scabies,” said the shelter social worker.
(Thai translation) Summary of Save the Children Thailand Strategic Plan 2016-2018