The prolonged dry season is severely affecting our villages. Pala U Noi is facing acute water shortages and crops are in danger of failing. Jungle Aid Volunteers are working with the villagers to dig more wells and urgently seek funding for an excavator to assist this project. This is just one project that Jungle Aid is working to support thanks to all the donors and volunteers.

Through the month of April medical support and supplies have been provided to the villages of Pongluek, Bangklo, Pala U Noi and Thai village. Rescue Paws joined the visit to Thai village and treated and vaccinated 102 dogs. This was really appreciated by the villagers and by the dogs themselves, for sure. There is continuing need in all the villages for basic medical and food supplies.

Jungle Aid also looks to the future and is supporting students through their High School Education. Further students are seeking support for their education. Education for these students will open doors to employment opportunities, careers and will be life changing for their families

Jungle Aid supporters are global as exemplified by the fundraising lunch held in Brisbane, Australia by Romain Bapst, Lut├Ęce Culinary Friends. This raised an incredible 71,084. Every fundraising event and every donation helps to make a difference.

Thank you to all our fundraisers, donors, and volunteers. You are amazing.

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