Fortunately we have been able to join one of the first coffee processing workshops in Thailand which was organized by Torch Coffee in cooperation with the Wawee Organic Coffee Learning Center. This was such a great opportunity to learn more about coffee process, roasting and cupping. As Raintree Foundation it is our main goal to help the rural coffee farmers in Northern Thailand to being able to grow high quality coffee, teach them to know that they have a great coffee and also provide help to have access to the world market to generate a good and worthwhile income. In the near future we want to establish “Karen Coffee” as a unity of farmers, being named after the ethnic hill tribes we work with to identify themselves with their own products. If you want to know more about our foundation and our coffee project please contact us and help us spread to word on social media like Facebook too.
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See yourself what second hand bicycles and pedal-scooters bring to the little children in rural Thailand. Thanks a lot Joshua as well for the shoes which having now new feet’s to walk with. Please share our message and “Like” our Facebook page to reach more people all over the world to help people and children in need.
We do not rest and keep on going in 2016 with helping people in need to receive bio sand water filters. But also we do care and regularly follow up the old filters we installed in the past to ensure safe and clean drinking water for all the families. If you also want to help, contact us, share and like us on Facebook and other social media to reach and help more people.
On the weekend we visited our foster children together with a couple of foster parents which spend their holidays in Thailand. It is a great opportunity to for the foster parents to meet the child they support in real life. A lot of questions have been asked by both the child and the foster parents. It is really important for us to be transparent and giving foster parents the chance to see that their support and donations are used where it is needed and to see with their support the children are able to attend school, getting healthy food and a caring environment. If you are also interested in our work please visit our webpage and please spread the word and like us on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Rain-Tree-Foundation-179376458745735/ for English or our Partner in Germany on https://www.facebook.com/Thai-Care-eV-173452199360854/
We are so proud and happy to see Saowalak and Naowarat getting honored with the first price at the district school competition. The 2 girls are within our foster children program and earned their certificate among around hundred other students for their great handicraft products and skills as well as natural dyeing of cotton cloths. The jury assessed each group with measured with strict criteria but finally the girls could win over the other students. It is great to see the children grow and go their way even if life is difficult. If you also want to know more about our foster children program please visit on our webpage and “Like” us on our Facebook page for English https://www.facebook.com/Rain-Tree-Foundation-179376458745735/ or for German https://www.facebook.com/Thai-Care-eV-173452199360854/
Just a few days ago our 1 year volunteers enjoyed a trip together with our staff to the Mae Ngad Dam outside of Chiang Mai. The reason is to have some time off and to enjoy and relax together, share experiences from the different projects but also have the possibilities to see the beautiful surroundings from Northern Thailand. It is a great commitment from young adults to live 1 year in a remote village and helping children at school and teach them English but also it is a privilege for our foundation to have such dedicated people around us. The children improved their English skill noticeably and also getting new input from foreign countries. Thanks to all that had, do and want to help us to help people. For more information please contact us in English on www.raintree-foundation.org or for German on www.thaicare.de