For A Brighter Future

We believe in a future where education, healthcare, access to food and clean water is available to everyone without discrimination.

We’re a private charity bringing essential support to displaced people in and around Thailand.

Our mission is to provide medical aid, education, support and micro-business opportunities to improve the lives of people living in remote locations in and around Thailand. Many of the communities that we support have extremely restricted resources which might mean that it is a constant struggle to feed their families, find clean drinking water or access even a basic level of healthcare.

With your help we provide the communities with the supplies, the knowledge and the continued support to make small changes that make a big difference.

Medical Aid

We visit an impoverished community each month to provide free medical care and offer funding for emergency operations.

Education

Education is a key part of our mission: by sharing knowledge with rural communities about health & nutrition we can reduce illness.

Support

We aim to help communities become self-sufficient through a variety of projects. Where this is not currently possible we provide extra support.

Micro-business

Our team offer insight and assistance to community members so that they can supplement their income and support their families.

Our Progress This Year


Your Support Makes All The Difference

When a community gets access to Jungle Aid’s resources, it can have a profound effect on their lives. It can improve health, provide access to food, support local economies, and help patients receive life saving hospital care.

Learn more about how we help

PATIENTS TREATED

VILLAGE ASSESSMENTS

REMOTE CLINICS

HOSPITAL VISITS

Recent News

Medical Update: Ba Mak – 23rd April 2016

Another beautiful day in Hua Hin for our meeting at Market Village at 6:45am. We started the day with an introduction where everyone had the chance to introduce himself to the group before leaving for Ba Mak at 7.30. We reached the village with a bit of delay as we... read more

Medical Update: Pala U Noi – 26th March 2016

Pala U Noi Village has 39 houses and about 200 people who have limited medical care and education and insufficient access to healthy food, clean water, electricity, toilets and waste disposal facilities. The trip had several aims: Operate our field medical clinic to:... read more

Medical Update: Ba Mak – 27th February 2016

Background to Ba Mak: Ba Mak is home to about 700 people including approximately 200 children. Electricity is not widely available and most villagers use candles. The sources of income range from coffee selling to basket weaving and work in local rice plantations.... read more

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