Oxfam in Thailand

Children climb trees at a new day centre run by an Oxfam supported group of teenage volunteers living with HIV. Photo: Jockey

From our staff

Nansiri Iamsuk, Programme Officer

 I believe we are all connected in one way or another, and when we work, we try our best to ensure our work is inclusive. Then once it is successful, we try to expand it and replicate it to benefit others as well. A good example of this is an organic rice farming initiative in north-east of Thailand, which is now being replicated in other areas.

Then as well as supporting farmers, we also work with fishing communities, improve people's access to quality health care, and work with marginalised communities in the south of the country.


Full details of what Oxfam is doing in Thailand (PDF, 237KB)

In 2013-14 Oxfam helped:

35,000
people in
Thailand

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