Another Student’s Perspective - Thailand Water Project – Letty Houldworth ..
In just three weeks our team of volunteers from the ITFC Charitable Trust will be heading out to Ghana to work with the local community, building classrooms and helping to educate and inspire their children. Thanks to a generous donation via the recent Undy 500 Challenge fundraising event, the volunteers will also be delivering a real life saver to the villagers – LIFESAVER® Jerry Cans worth over £3,000. ..
The village of Ban Hak Kia has one school. The secondary school is about 25km away in Chomthong and the only way to get out of the village is by 4wd.
As part of the LIFESAVER Thailand Clean Water Project, LIFESAVER also got the chance to help another Karen village in Doi Inthanon National Park.
My name is Scott Heffield and I’m the Lead Instructor and Project Development Manager for the Bear Grylls Survival Academy’s. We actively run 6 day Adult survival courses and 24 hour parent and child courses. Both courses are very dynamic and incorporate participants living out in the wildness under bush craft shelters, eating wild food and drinking water from steams and rivers. ..
What is Gordonstoun’s Thailand Project 2013 all about? ..
As part of the LIFESAVER Thailand Clean Water Project I wanted to offer our blog readers an insight into the people I spent a week living with in the Karen village of Ban Hak Kia in Doi Inthanon National Park, Northern Thailand. Much of the information below is general to the Karen and not specific to the people of Ban Hak Kia. ..
What is World Breastfeeding Week all about? ..
My name is Sam and I am the newly appointed Humanitarian Relationship Manager at LIFESAVER® systems. ..
As we have recently donated 34 LIFESAVER Aid jerrycans to this village I thought this might be of interest. Ban Hak Kia is a Karen village situated in the Doi Inthanon National Park ..