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Case study: Meet A*

2016 - Child Protection

A case study from EASE (Ensuring Appropriate Safeguarding for Emigrant and Trafficked Children) programme in the Andaman area (Ranong, Phang Nga, Surat Thani, and Songkhla), which promoted child protection and child safeguarding procedures in...

Following the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, Save the Children has focused on children’s participation in developing school preparedness, evacuation plans and advocating for making disaster risk reduction (DRR) a part of primary and...

The Rohingya people in Myanmar have been subject to decades of persecution and violence within their state. This report focuses specifically on a group of 225 Rohingya who were granted conditional asylum in Thailand in 2015. Within shelters of...

This material provides an overview of the Model of Education in Hard-to-Reach Areas overseen by the Karen Teacher Working Group (KTWG).

This material is documenting children’s experiences in Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) is one of the key activities implemented under the Child-led Disaster Risk Reduction in the Urban Bangkok Metropolitan Region, Thailand project. This project was...

These factsheets and for Save the Children Thailand program summaries, from child protection, education, emergency and humanitarian response, and health program summaries through 2011-2014.

The Thai government, international NGOs and aid agencies, and local community based organizations have invested significant resources and efforts to provide education services for the growing number of migrant children whose parents have come to...

Migrants from Myanmar have been present in Thailand in large numbers for many years due to the long-term conflict, poor economy and lack of educational opportunities and jobs in the country. As a result, approximately 2.5 million migrants from...

Journeys - the life stories of twelve migrant children in the Mekong sub-region

2012 - Child Protection, Protection of Children from Harmful Work

A publication of children’s voices from the Greater Mekong Sub region reflecting their experiences with migration and vulnerability. Along their journey from their homes, these children experienced excitement, friendships, separation,...

Following flooding in south-east Asia in 2011 that affected millions of people in Thailand and Cambodia, adherence to disaster management systems proved challenging. And, while neither the Thai nor Cambodian governments made a formal appeal for...