Raintree Team staff retreat and child protection policy implementation

Once a year our whole team meet up to reflect the past months and spend time together to relax but also share our visions for the future of our projects.

This year we went to UHDP (www.uhdp.org) which focuses on community mobilization especially for minorities and several ethnic tribes. We are really glad we had the chance to be at the center to learn plenty of practical ways to improve our environment, community, but also our spiritual lives.

Beside sharing, chatting, and spending time together our foundation has implemented our official “child policy” which ensures the safety and best practices towards the children we take care of. The detailed policy will soon be on our new website for you to read.

Time is running so fast and we are already preparing for the cold season, Christmas and the coming 2018. Stay tuned and please don’t hesitate to contact us for more info and updates via info@raintree-foundation.org and share us on social media and please check our new webpage!

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About Raintree-Foundation

The Raintree Foundation is a grassroots social non-government organization registered under the Ministry of Interior, mainly operating in Thailand among rural and underdeveloped communities. The aim is to help people through education, appropriate technology and self help projects to improve their living standards. The organization was founded in 1992. It has grown over the years and now serves more than 200 children in 6 projects Present projects are Children’s Homes, Day-Care Centers, manufacturing bamboo and herbal products, informal vocational training, providing villages with clean drinking water by providing appropriate filter systems and supplying water through various pump systems. The staff at Raintree Foundation is continuously looking for new opportunities and ideas as how to better help rural people. The local staff at the foundation is from various local ethnic tribal groups in Thailand.
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