Where We Work
Thailand, the country of pristine beaches, lush forests and host to thousands of tourists each year is in many ways a very developed country. However, Thailand struggles to close the gap between rural and urban areas. Our work is mainly with the remote hill tribe communities of Northern Thailand that are far removed from the tourist trail.
Nepal, a land of the world’s highest mountains and every landscape imaginable is a place of both sheer beauty and devastating disadvantage. We work mainly in rural areas in the Kathmandu Valley about an hour outside of the capital city but a world apart.
Peru has rich cultural and geographical diversity, with traditional indigenous South American culture, infused with Spanish, African and Asian influences. We work in the Sacred Valley to address the disparity in education and provide the next generation better opportunities.
Cambodia’s troubled and violent history from the Khmer Rouge regime has created many challenges for disadvantaged and marginalised communities. Despite this, the Cambodian people are some of the most friendly and welcoming people you will meet. We work to support a marginalised community on the outskirts of the town of Battambang to address issues with education, health and to provide the community a better livelihood.
With a population of over one billion people, and one of the fastest growing economies in the world, India is also a nation facing wide-ranging developmental challenges. We work in the foothills of the Himalayas very close to the town of Dharmsala where the Dalai Lama and the Tibetan Government in exile are based.
Despite its awe-inspiring landscapes, Tanzania is a country that faces major issues of poverty, disease and huge disadvantage. We work mainly in and around the town of Arusha with a focus on improving the quality of education and providing access to the children to basic amenities.