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Jungle Aid would like to thank คลินิกทันตกรรมนานา Nana Dental Clinic By Dr. Nana for their recent toothpaste donation. For a long time, Nana Dental has been donating toothpaste for us to take to the villages. These donations help Jungle Aid to provide education on...

The Jungle Aid truck has been replaced!

We are thrilled to announce that we were successful in acquiring a new truck through sponsorship from some amazing organisations! As always, the Hua Hin community came through and provided amazing support and generosity! As with the first two trucks, Rotary Club of...

Childhood Injury Assessment Initiative

Unintentional injury has been identified as identified as a public health problem in Thainland as it is the leading cause of death among both children and adolescents. Jungle Aid's newest initiative is an injury assessment in each of the villages we serve to identify...

Bang Saphan – The Story of Pordee

This is the story of Pordee, a five year old boy from our schoolchildren community in Bang Saphan. On January 16, he was taken to the local hospital with a swollen leg and difficulty breathing. They knew immediately that he was in critical condition and needed to be...

Hua Hin International School Christmas Box Campaign!

The students at Hua Hin International School are continuing their tradition of making up Christmas gifts for less fortunate kids in Prachuap Khiri Khan. The amazing collection of gifts collected by HHIS students! A total of 90 boxes were collected and will be...

Bon Luk Village Update – November 23, 2020

On November 23, 2020, the Jungle Aid team delivered Christmas gifts to 68 children, thanks to the students at Hua Hin International School. The children were very excited to receive presents. The children of Bon Luk were happy to receive their gifts. The medical team...

The New “Normal” – Village Visits Resume

Jungle Aid team on their way to Pala U Noi on July 25, 2020 Jungle Aid has been happy to resume the monthly village assessments and medical clinics. Since March, trips have been limited to dropping off food, blankets, and expense money in accordance with social...

Response to Covid-19: Social Coin Initiative

Jungle Aid volunteers distributing Social Coin Covid numbers were reportedly low in Thailand but the impact was the same with a State of Emergency announced, lockdown and most businesses closing.  Many low paid laborers lost their jobs, making daily life almost...

Out Numbered, Never out of Hope

As a precautionary measure, due to the global outbreak of Covid-19, Jungle Aid scaled back last months trips to essential volunteers only. The trips were to deliver medical treatment and were attended by 2-3 volunteers that are based in Hua Hin and have not recently...

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