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Ba Mak Update: April 2017

Ba Mak Village is located in the Kuri Buri National Park area of Prachuap Khiri Khan Province near the Myanmar border and is home to about 700 people including approximately 200 children.  A team of 6 volunteers met at 6:45 am at Market Village and introductions were...

Pala U Medical Update: 18 March 2017

Pala U Noi is a Karen village of approximately 40 houses with 200 people living on about 500 rai of Thai Government National Forest in Prachaup Khiri Khan. The nearest sub-district is Huai Sat Yai. Jungle Aid has conducted many medical visits and treated over 450...

Ba Mak Village Update – 25th February 2017

Background on Ba Mak Village Ba Mak Village is located in the Kuri Buri National Park area of Prachuap Khiri Khan Province near the Myanmar border and is home to about 700 people including approximately 200 children. Electricity and clean water are not widely...

Bon Luk Medical Update – 21st January 2017

Bon Luk Once again, we had a large group of volunteers visiting Bon Luk. We left early in two 4x4s, one on which was kindly sponsored by our long time sponsor, Dave of Hua Hin Car Hire, and drove to Bon Luk. We had one nurse and 6 volunteers with us. Immediately on...

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...

Medical Update: Pala U Noi – 26th March 2016

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:...

Medical Update: Ba Mak – 27th February 2016

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....

Medical Update: Bang Saphan – 27th February 2016

Medical Update: Bang Saphan – 27th February 2016

Bang Saphan is 3 hours away and has our most vulnerable families that we work with. The trip had several aims: Operate our field medical clinic to provide much needed medical care Check the bikes previously donated to the school children Pass on donations of clothes...

Medical Update: Bon Luk – 30th January 2016

Medical Update: Bon Luk – 30th January 2016

Once again, we had a large group of volunteers visiting Bon Luk. We left very early in three 4x4s, kindly sponsored by Dave of Hua Hin Car Hire and CPF, and drove to Bon Luk. We had two doctor and one fish expert from CPF with us. We started off with Rushabh...