The latest from Thailand – June 2020!

Written by our Thailand Team Thailand COVID-19 Update. The current COVID-19 Situation in Thailand is improving. Currently Thailand has not found any new cases as a result of community spread for 45 days. The only positive cases are resulting from Thai nationals returning to Thailand after being abroad. The arrival process in regard to testing … Continue reading The latest from Thailand – June 2020!

The latest from Nepal – June 2020!

Written by our Nepal Team What’s new in Nepal? The COVID-19 cases have increased drastically after the government declared to ease the ongoing nationwide lockdown in Nepal. The infected cases have reached 12,772 with 28 deaths as of today’s record (29th June, 2020). With the increasing numbers of cases in the country, around 1,200 people … Continue reading The latest from Nepal – June 2020!

The latest from India – June 2020!

Written by our India Team What’s been happening at the India hub? This month we have been focusing on the development of a range of new programs to be delivered in the new year including programs related to animal safety and welfare, environmental education and others. We have been busy having meetings with a range … Continue reading The latest from India – June 2020!

Webinar lessons: the impacts of COVID-19 on vulnerable communities

Last week on the 25th of June our partner Challenges Abroad held a webinar with Dr Lisa Bricknell, on the impacts of COVID-19 on vulnerable communities. Lisa has visited our FutureSense Foundation programs with groups of public and environmental health students from CQU and Griffith University in both Cambodia and Nepal and has a wealth … Continue reading Webinar lessons: the impacts of COVID-19 on vulnerable communities

The impacts of COVID: Mental Health in Nepal

Written by Om Baral – Nepal Country Manager Nepal eases lockdown after massive public pressure. Amid mounting pressure, the prolonged lockdown which was enforced on 24th March by the Nepal government has officially been eased nationwide after 79 days. While the COVID-19 cases are increasing rapidly with the death tolls, the government has formalised its … Continue reading The impacts of COVID: Mental Health in Nepal

The latest from Thailand – May 2020!

Written by our Thailand Team Current situation in Thailand. This past month, the Thailand team has been focused on building an Education Box for all students across our partners to do as a home work. This box will help keep them focused and engaged in their school work since the start of the school year … Continue reading The latest from Thailand – May 2020!

The latest from Nepal – March to May 2020!

Written by our Nepal Team Life in Lockdown. Nepal announced the first round of lockdown after the first case of COVID-19 on 23 March, 2020 and it is still going on with the extension until 14 June. The COVID-19 cases have reached 2,643 with 10 deaths as of today’s record and are increasing drastically since … Continue reading The latest from Nepal – March to May 2020!

The latest from India – May 2020!

Written by our India Team What’s been happening at the India hub. A message from Program Manager, Jordy.  This month the India team have been looking at the world around us through the lens of sustainability and environment. With the world constantly changing, we are reminded of the importance of protecting the natural environment in … Continue reading The latest from India – May 2020!

Pivoting through COVID-19 – Education Boxes in Thailand

When COVID-19 hit, we saw schools all around the world shut-down. There were concerns everywhere for how students would learn from home and the struggles they may face, particularly for those who don’t have access to laptops, internet or comfortable and productive spaces to learn. Schools in Thailand were no exception. Our Thailand Team had … Continue reading Pivoting through COVID-19 – Education Boxes in Thailand

The latest from Cambodia – May 2020!

Written by our Cambodia Team What’s been happening at the Cambodia hub. Throughout the month FSF and CAD staff continued to travel into the villages to meet with families and deliver lessons to students. It seems that this mode of teaching will be necessary for the majority of 2020 as the Government has announced that … Continue reading The latest from Cambodia – May 2020!