“Just being born as a woman in Hmong culture is wrong. I don’t know what to fight for. I have to accept my destiny. If I fight for my rights, most people would think that […]
March 8 every year is International Women’s Day (IWD)! This year we continue to celebrate women and girls around the world that lead fights for injustice. The theme for International Women’s Day 2022 is “Gender […]
The Covid-19 pandemic forced many businesses to reimagine their techniques and services, unfortunately, the business of human trafficking is no different. Yes, even human trafficking has a “new normal.” Here are some ways human trafficking […]
Center For Girls Foundation (CFG) have recently been involved in several activities as part of our Project to Empower the Community and Develop Local Mechanisms for the Protection of Children. The purpose of the project […]
Globally, violence against women and girls is a major issue and is caused and perpetuated by gender inequality. Affecting not only women and girls, gender inequality negatively impacts the wellbeing, life quality, and opportunities of […]
As Chiang Khong is in a border area, it is at a relatively high risk for human trafficking. In order to stay safe from human trafficking, it is important that children are aware of the risks and the possibilities for protection from a young age onwards.
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.
On the 8th of April, Center for Girls organized a workshop for the business owner network. This network is part of CFG’s by Kindernothilfe funded Programme for the prevention of child trafficking and the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC). During this successful […]
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 and asked: What do […]