DEPDC GMS

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Will provide food for one child for two weeks.

Fighting together against Human Trafficking

DEPDC/GMS is a non-profit community based NGO working in Thailand on the prevention side of the trafficking of women and children into the sex industry or other exploitative child labour situations. It offers free education, vocational training and full time accommodation for young girls and boys in an effort to achieve these goals. As well as providing free permanent shelter and education DEPDC/GMS also runs several other projects and activities aimed at the prevention of and protection from trafficking and the provision of child rights in the region; emergency shelter for abused or abandoned children, care and repatriation for girls who have left commercial sex work, education for vulnerable children and teens outside of the formal education system, youth leadership education programme to combat trafficking in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) and vocational and human rights training for undocumented migrants and indigenous peoples. Since its inception DEPDC has helped prevent thousands of children from the Greater Mekong Subregion succumb to the sex industry or other exploitative child labour situations. These young children have received further schooling or vocational training as a good start to a healthy life.

We will provide lunch daily for 100 at-risk students. Lunch is extremely important to these children, after a nutritious lunch they are ready to focus on their lessons and the vocational skills classes that will equip them for the rest of their lives.

This project can be visited on weekdays only from 9am to 4pm. Please contact the visitor coordinator at [email protected] or [email protected] if you are interested in arranging a visit.



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Pens, books, snacks etc. are always welcome!

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