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Tuesday 8 September 2015

Save the Children is making a difference, say shelter staff

“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.

Tuesday 8 September 2015

Save the Children works with psychiatrists to provide psychosocial support for sea migrant children

It is not an easy process for small children to understand and manage their own feelings towards the separation and traumas. That is why Save the Children is planning to work with a team of local psychiatrists to provide psychosocial support and individual counseling for needy children as well as mothers.

Monday 7 September 2015

Four-year-old Meah*, sea migrant girl separated from family, learns to take better care of herself through Save the Children's psychosocial support and hygiene education

The four-year-old Meah* was left behind by her own mother at Surat Thani shelter in southern Thailand in March 2015.

Friday 21 August 2015

Thai children run for survival on the road

This year Save the Children Thailand Country Office held a Race for Survival on 10 August 2015, where selected students from BMA schools raced to raise their voices to the local government on road safety.

Tuesday 11 August 2015

“Save the Children's 7% Project is a good project with clear approaches to help save our children,” said the school principal

Seeing most children coming to the school on motorcycles without helmets worried her. She realizes that children using motorcycles as the main transportation from home to school are at risk.

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