Presentation on theme: "DELEGATION OF THAILAND Projects for the poor 1.Miguel House 2.La Salle house 3.The Center 4.Sunami children 5.Orphans from AIDS PARETNS 6.Burmese migrants."— Presentation transcript:
DELEGATION OF THAILAND Projects for the poor 1.Miguel House 2.La Salle house 3.The Center 4.Sunami children 5.Orphans from AIDS PARETNS 6.Burmese migrants 7. BAMBOO SCHOOL
DELEGATION OF THAILAND 1. Miguel House in Nakorn Sawan Started Educational deficiency: Only 18% of students have access to secondary education in Nakorn Sawan. Answer: 150 scholarships for secondary level students, plus free hostel for 50 students. Closed down in 2006.
DELEGATION OF THAILAND 2. Miguel House in Chantabury Started 1988 Educational deficiency: Only 18% of students have access to secondary education in Chantabury Answer: 150 scholarships for secondary level students, plus free hostel for 50 students, for 6 years. Still running
3. Center for Small children Started in 1986 Problem: Children of garbage collectors get only 1-2 years of education.
3. Center for Small children Answer: Prepare children to go to school. Pre-school education. Aged 3-7. Completely free
4. La Salle House Started 1987; Problem : Street children, children with parents in prison, with aged grandparents do not go to school
Child collects garbage while mother and father are in Prison
4. La SALLE HOUSE Answer: In Lasalle House we are father and mother for the children. Boys and girls. 2008: 32 boys and 34 girls
5. Sunami Orphans 30 children whose parents died during the sunami. Children did not receive any help from nobody
Sunami orphans Provide financial aid received from PROYDE. Sisters Lovers of the Cross visit them regularly
6. Orphans of AIDS PARENTS La Salle Sister Yindee works with these children, North of Thailand. Parents got AIDS while working in Bangkok.
Orphans of AIDS parents Provide financial help and accompany them
7. Burmese children in Thailand Br. Victor works with the National Catholic Commission for Migrants
Burmese children in Thailand 1,700,000 Burmese migrants in Thailand. Government help little with the education of children
Burmese Migrant children Provide schools and finance for 10 small schools. 12 Burmese priests to come to Thailand project.
7. The Bamboo school 80 boys and girls with 5 teachers. Burmese border. Teachers got no pay.
The Bamboo school The Delegation of Thailand in the process of adopting the school.
The Bamboo school Possible project with Burmese Brothers and PARC.
Conclusion 1 1.It looks like a lot projects; however this is less than 10% of the works of running our big institutions. 2.A lot of difficulties were found on the way. 3.The work of transforming our educational works to serve the poor is not understood.
Conclusion 2 1.Today it is less scandalous (dangerous) to speak about the poor than 20 years ago. 2.Many Brothers have no sympathy for the educational needs of poor children. 3.The Service of the poor though education seems to have become the work of a minority.