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.
April 25, 2019 On the 8th of April, Center for Girls organised 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 […]
April 5, 2019 Kulsoom Khan, regional program director for Asia for the Global Fund for Children, wrote an article about her visit to Center for Girls and about our director P’Loy. This article is copied […]
2019, January 10 – Human Trafficking is a worldwide phenomenon. As it’s for the most part happening behind closed doors though, numbers are hard to gather. How many indivuals are affected, and what form of […]
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, December 6 – In the development sector, metrics matter. In our day-to-day work at Center for Girls (CFG), we have the ability to see the results of our programs firsthand. We encourage women who […]
2018, November 25 – Forced by social norms telling her that only boys should receive an education after elementary school and the economic ‘burden’ of raising a girl, Nunnaree Luangmoi dropped out of school in […]