A total of 8 ITDP staff and 61 local villagers (including 10 village women in Maohjo) received training!
A testimony of one man's faith and his journey into freedom....
There are 12 graduates this year: 5 girls and 7 boys. More than ever before are these children wanting to continue their education in a boarding school, higher level education facility... the nearest one is far outside of their villages, yet they have expressed the desire to continue learning
The Revolving Fund Program as been in place for 20 years within 27 different villages (in 5 provinces), with 30 participating groups (some of the big villages have 2 groups), and 453 families (members)...and has never...
Lanna Cafe: Thailand Coffee Project. Throughout this year, we will be highlighting some people who are making a big difference. These interviews were done in Thailand with various people working in connection with/for Intertribal Development Program (I.T.D.P.) Meet Aw Chiraphorn...
Setting: Kindergarten school 40 min past Maohjo that ITDP built and oversees. Water project done over 8 years ago by "Bright hope" of New Zealand, and school services preschool and some kindergarten kids. Its a school that sends students on to Maohjo and tis village currently has kids in Maohjo
The CBMC/Lanna Foundation golf classic is right around the corner... It is scheduled this year for Monday, April 16 at the Fort Washington Country Club. I always enjoy the event not only because I take part of a day off from work but because it is usually great weather and it is very
Two years ago, ITDP partnered with three villages in the Hill Tribe area to form the ‘Women’s Cooperative’ utilizing their native artisan weaving as the basis for both economic means, as well as, lifting each other up in community.
A letter from Becky Mann after visiting a new village for the very first time and staying for one week to assess their needs with her team. They may receive a water tank soon as funding, time, and workflow allows for the build out to happen.
As I sat down on the grass in front of the school at the end of my day’s work, I hear footsteps carefully and cautiously approaching me. I look up to the company of three Karen students with notebooks and pencils in hand. As they nervously giggle, one nudges the other to go ahead,