The Hub Saidek, Bangkok
Located in the centre of the city, in Pomprab, the Hub is happy and safe facility for children and teenagers.
Unicef estimates that over 900,000 primary-aged children are not in schools or not enrolled in school appropriate for their age and even more secondary school children not receiving education. As a result, the Hub Bangkok is focused on resources and services to support the long-term well-being of children in disadvantaged circumstances.
Basic Health and Welfare
Referrals to other organisations specialised assistance
Health checks and vaccinations
Educational toys and computers
Cultural and religious excursions
Multicultural and spiritual awareness
Childline Thailand Foundation
Childline works with various Government and NGO stakeholders to safeguard the rights of every child as outlined by the United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of a Child (CRC) and is a 24 hour Nationwide helpline service for any child under the age of 18. It provides children with direct assistance for emotional support, guidance, comfort and help. This service run since 2011 also provides outreach services to link children to immediate rescue, safety and support services.
The Shwe Ya Min Foundation
The Shwe Ya Min Foundation’s (SYF) charitable purposes are to assist homeless, impoverished, abused and otherwise disadvantaged children and youth (“At-Risk Children”) in Myanmar by providing access to education, health care, counseling, life skills training and other programs pursuant to the guidelines established by the UN Convention on the Rights of a Child.
Exodus Foundation (Australia)
This registered charity established since 1986 was built to support the disadvantaged without discrimination in many forms. The foundation focuses on providing a collaborative approach in social health and well-being, food and crisis intervention services to the Australian community.