Help Save Children in Thailand
In times of crisis, children are the most vulnerable. Save the Children has been operating in Thailand since 1984, supporting vulnerable children and their families in disaster risk reduction and humanitarian response – as well as education, child protection, health and nutrition. After the deadly floods of 2017, generous donors like you supported the distribution of food packages to some of the most affected and hard-to-reach families.
The Challenges for Children in Thailand
Child migrants deserve protection and full rights – the children of Thailand need your help.*
- 91% of girls 15 and older are literate
- 14% of school-age children are out of school
- 12 out of 1000 children die before their 5th birthday
- 8% of children are engaged in child labor
- 7% of people live in poverty
Our Work for Children in Thailand
Save the Children has been working in Thailand since 1984. Over the past 30 years, we have worked to deliver lasting changes for children in Thailand. We have accomplished positive child development and child protection rights. However, challenges remain on the protection of child migrants, and the establishment of effective child protection mechanism and implementation to ensure that all children enjoy full rights to survival, development, protection, and participation.
Save the Children supports the development of policies that help fulfill children’s rights, particularly for migrant, refugee and ethnic minority children. Save the Children is also one of the leading responders in humanitarian crises, supporting children and their families who are caught up in disasters and conflict, working towards lasting peace and resilience in disaster-prone areas.
- Protected 1,807 children from harm
- Supported 108,818 children in times of crisis
- Provided 1,754 children with a healthy start in life
How to Help Children in Thailand
Support Save the Children’s mission. Donate to help children in Thailand, and around the world, survive and thrive.
Sponsor a Child
Be the hero in the life of a child in need. Sponsor a child and help them grow up healthy, educated and safe.
Sources: * Unless otherwise noted, facts and statistics have been sourced from Save the Children’s 2018 End of Childhood Report. You can access detailed data here. Other sources as follows: Population: CIA World Factbook 2015; The World Bank, 2016; Unesco Institute for Statistics (UIS)
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