Field stories: “I am so happy and I feel like I have found my purpose”
Mrs Achara Wang* is a 55-year-old woman living in a village in Northern Chiang Rai. She has one child, is separated from her husband, and works as a voluntary guidance teacher in a community area, […]
World Day Against Child Labour: June 12
June 12 marks World Day Against Child Labour. In 2002, this event was initiated by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in a bid to call greater attention to the global issue of child labour and […]
4 Child’s Rights Everyone Must Know
What is The Convention on the Rights of the Child? The Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCROC) is an international human rights agreement. Since its adoption in 1989 by 196 signatory parties, it […]
Workshop at School: How to Stay Safe from Human Trafficking
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.
Empowering Today’s Youth to be Leaders Tomorrow
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.
CFG Informs Restaurant Staff about Preventing Human Trafficking
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 […]
Knowledge Is Power: Training Kids and Parents On Child Rights
Two weeks ago, Center for Girls (CFG) 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 of Children (CSEC) […]