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Campaigning for a better future for children in Thailand

Save the Children Thailand campaigns on a diverse range of issues including migrant and refugee rights and education, children’s mental health, positive parenting, livelihoods and access to work, and children’s online safety, and are always looking for new partners, supporters and volunteers to help us change public perceptions and effect meaningful change through quality campaigning.  

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Effective advocacy that changes policy for the better

We advocate for long lasting changes for children in Thailand and we need policy makers and major stakeholders in Thailand to act for better lives of all children.

Want to add your voice to ours? Contact our Advocacy Manager, Ratirose. at

Corporate partners

Meaningful partnerships driving change

To achieve results at scale, we believe that collaborating with the private sector is paramount and that this partnership works best when we share mutual values and objectives with organizations that are equally committed to advancing social impact. For instance in Thailand we have:

  • Piloted innovative programming with Family Mart, Marriott hotels and the Ascott Limited to respond to the number one killer of children in Thailand: drowning of young children.
  • Achieved results at scale, empowering students to live healthier lives. Together with Cargill we brought a School Health and Nutrition pilot in 8 schools to scale and reached over 5,000 children in 50 schools in Saraburi and Nakhon Rachasima provinces from 2018 to 2020.
  • Joined forces with a coalition of like-minded private sector partners such as AP Honda, MCOT,  Asia Insurance, Space Crown and Lazada to promote road safety through mass media campaign and road shows, education in schools across Bangkok. We reached over 290,000 children through SC-led initiatives alone in 2020.

To join our likeminded network of corporate partners, accelerate your social impact and support communities facing discrimination and inequalities, contact our Corporate Engagement Specialist, Oh, at