WASH training with Leigh from Canada

Thank you Leigh for being with our foundation and train us on WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene). Even in such a short time you made a big impact; not only teaching our office staff and in one of our children’s homes but also being such a dedicated and open minded person. Presently we prepare more material to teach the children of the other homes what we’ve learned.

Everybody knows about the basics of WASH but barely anybody realizes that it is not simply washing your hands after certain occasions. There is much more behind those big words: water, sanitation and hygiene. We hope to brace the people and especially the children for more awareness so they learn how to improve lives with simple but important practices.

Thank you Leigh for your great help and your time with us and our team. ☺
For more details and info about the Raintree Foundation or our partner ThaiCare e.V. please contact us and share as much as possible throughout social media.

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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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