Help 3 girls to fulfill their dreams of an education October 30, 2019 – CFG is doing some fundraising for 3 emergency cases, where 3 girls will be supported to go to school. Education is […]
When a person deals with problems such as domestic violence or abuse, it is of crucial importance that they have someone who they can talk to and who knows how to help them. With the Women for Change project, Center for Girls educates women to be points of contact for people who need help with these issues.
P’Loy, P’Pan, and the other leaders of the workshop were able to create a platform for children and their parents to come together and talk about subjects that are sometimes hard to talk about in the home.
2019, January 19 – National Children’s Day is a big thing in Thailand: Every year around the second Saturday of January schools and authorities celebrate the young across the whole country. We took this opportunity […]
2019, January 7 – It took Center For Girls five days of the new year only to get on the streets of Chiang Khong and to promote human rights! On Saturday, we had the great […]
2018, April 19 – Two weeks ago, Center for Girls visited the ethnic Lahu village of Songpinong. As part of our project together with Kindernothilfe, educational workshops on human trafficking and the commercial sexual exploitation […]
2018, February 17 – Over the past week Center for Girls brought our ”Mobile Child Rights” project to two schools in the Chiang Khong area. A crucial part of CFG‘s work is educating and empowering children in local schools and communities. The […]
2017, September 29 – The Songpinong Women for Change have secured their first distributor for their bag-making project! Last week, ten bags made by members of Women for Change in Songpinong, a remote village in […]
2017, September 27 – This month, the Huay So Women for Change group participated in a workshop on issues related to gender-based violence and gender equality. In this context the women conducted research on domestic […]
2017, September 14 – Now in its second year, the Women for Change Programme (WFC), a project which strives to empower women by increasing their knowledge of gender-based violence and the reporting procedures of cases […]