Written by our Thailand Team Current Situation in Thailand – COVID, Fires and Storms Mae Sariang and the hilltribes curerntly have no confirmed CoVid cases. The national figures are also low but the lockdown will remain for now to avoid an increase in numbers. Currently the lockdown has been extended to end of May with … Continue reading The latest from Thailand – May 2020!
Written by our India Team While the country is still in a strict lockdown we have been incredibly limited in our ability to be supporting the communities we work with on the ground. This hasn’t stopped us however from connecting with our partner schools to offer support and reassurance that we are committed to working … Continue reading The latest from India – April 2020!
Written by our Cambodia Team The Cambodia hub has been working with our partner organisation Children’s Action for Development to provide outreach services in villages and connect with students who cannot access our supplementary education program due to Government closures. The main purpose of this outreach has been to check in on the welfare of students and provide medical information about Covid-19 … Continue reading The latest from Cambodia – April 2020!
At the FutureSense Foundation, ensuring environmental sustainability and promoting sustainable actions through our programs is of a huge priority. Over the past few years we have become aware of additional ways we could ensure and promote environmental sustainability, not just through our programs but in the core of our overseas hubs. 1. All vegetarian food … Continue reading How we prioritise environmental sustainability in our hubs
In the time of COVID-19 when the whole world is fighting a pandemic, Goal 3 seems more relevant than ever. COVID-19 does not discriminate but many of the health issues our world faces do, and we see this discrimination rampant in the countries where we work and many developing nations around the world. Goal 3 … Continue reading Are we on track to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals in 2030? Goal 3, Good Health and Wellbeing.
Written by our India Team As our team is a little dispersed at the moment, we are working together remotely to support one another while we reminisce about happier times, like the day we picked up our last group from Kangra Airport and our biggest concern was taking happy selfies! A special message from Neha “During this difficult … Continue reading The latest from India – March 2020!
Written by our Cambodia Team With all schools, including our Supplementary Centres closed due to COVID-19, program delivery has paused in Cambodia. We are making the most this time by reviewing some of our processes while working on developing documents that will assist us to transition smoothly back into program delivery. As always our priority is supporting the communities that we work with during … Continue reading The latest from Cambodia – March 2020!
Goal No. 1 is the most important out of all the 17 goals, but one that relies on all other goals being achieved, for us to see true success and the eradication of global poverty. In it’s simplest terms, this goal looks to end poverty in all its forms everywhere. Global Progress Made Globally, since … Continue reading Are we on track to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals in 2030? Goal 1, No Poverty.
Written by our Thailand Team In February we had a committed group of 8 volunteers and 3 faculty members run hearing tests and hearing related workshops across our partner schools and the wider community. The turn out of students, teachers and community members was great as everyone was eager to get their hearing tested and … Continue reading The latest from Thailand – March 2020!
Written by our India Team Palampur welcomed the newyear with two groups ofvolunteers. 11 young womenjoined the hub from all acrossAustralia, coming together fortwo weeks to deliver healthand community programs intwo of our partner schools. The volunteers were greeted by wintery weather and snowymountain peaks. All agreed that the cold was worth it as theviews … Continue reading The latest from India – Jan/Feb 2020!