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Hua Yang – New Village Assessment and Medical Clinic

On March 2, 2019, a small group headed out to Hua Yang village for the first time in the Pala U area. Home to approx. 400 people. The population is 80% Karen and 20% Thai. The village is approximately 1 hour from Hua Hin. During the assessment of the village, the...

Pala U Noi Village Update – January 19th, 2019

This village has approximately 60 households with 300 residents. Jungle Aid has been visiting and supporting this village for 9 years. We have held regular emergency medical clinics, health promotion classes, supported hospital visits, provided basics such as rice and...

Pala U Noi Village Update – November 24, 2018.

Background on Pala U Noi Village This village has approximately 60 households with 300 residents.  Jungle Aid has been visiting and supporting this village for 9 years.  We have held regular emergency medical clinics, health promotion classes, supported...

Bon Luk Medical Update – 9 December, 2017

Our area manager, Prabhjeet had a wonderful team of volunteers and with an early start our team set off to Bon Luk. After an over 3 – hour on and off – road journey, we were met at the pick-up point by Darpou (Village Representative) and transported all the donations...

Bon Luk Village – June 23, 2018

Medical Update, Jungle Aid – 23rd June, 2018 Our volunteers met at the Market Village at 7AM and with the usual early start our team set off to Bon Luk. After a 3 hour road journey, we were met at the pick-up point by villagers and transported the donations and...

Medical Update, Bon Luk – 26th May, 2018

Our volunteers met at the Market Village at 7AM and with the usual early start our team set off to Bon Luk. After an over 3 – hour on and off – road journey, we were met at the pick-up point by villagers and transported all the donations and medical bag to the...

Bang Saphan: Village Update – 17 February, 2018

Our small team of 4 volunteers met in Hua Hin bright and early on Saturday morning. After brief introductions, we set off Bang Saphan with a truck full of donations and equipment for the medical clinic. We made excellent time and got to the village quickly. The trip...

Medical Update: Pala U Noi – 28 October, 2017

Our team consisted of 5 volunteers who met on Saturday, October 28, 2017. For the third time, James Goyder, a coach from Dusit Thani Hua Hin Soccer Academy joined to out a soccer clinic with the children. We had a great day as we had Sam, our osteopath, able to treat...

Bang Saphan: Medical Update, 28 October 2017

Bang Saphan is 3 hours away from Hua Hin and has our most vulnerable families that we work with. This village has approximately 120 residents scattered in various small groups of houses. The trip had several aims: Perform medical clinic for villagers and school...

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