Latest news and blogs from Laos

September 1, 2017
Photo: Nine-year-old Oudai is glad to have rainwater jars at her school in rural Laos
In Nonghet district in northern Laos, our Global Community Youth Ambassadors have been hard at work investigating possible solutions to one of the biggest issues facing their community: year-round access to safe water...
August 16, 2017
For Meethor, who comes from an ethnic minority group in Laos, access to education not only means literacy and numeracy, but a new passion for languages ...
For Meethor, who comes from an ethnic minority group in Laos, access to education not only means literacy and numeracy but a new passion for languages ...
March 22, 2017
Photo: ChildFund is helping villages in Nonghet, Laos, to install Fog Water Traps
This World Water Day, find out how Fog Water Traps are helping to solve one of the most serious problems for children and families in Laos’ remote Nonghet District…
March 8, 2017
Photo: 32-year-old Mai is one of the many women who have benefitted from ChildFund’s Improving Gender Equality and Livelihood Security program in Laos
At ChildFund, equipping girls and women with the skills and training to be able to make informed life decisions, and have secure livelihoods, is a key aspect of our work. On International Women's Day, we celebrate women like 32-year-old Mai from Laos, who are actively improving their family’s and community’s economic position…
October 13, 2016
Photo: Primary school children re-enact scenes from a disastrous flood in 2012, as part of disaster risk reduction training in Nonghet, Laos
Today is the International Day for Disaster Reduction, with this year’s theme ‘Live to Tell’ focusing on the importance of increasing risk awareness among the general public in order to save lives when disaster strikes. With the support of ChildFund, children in Laos are now learning life-saving skills for the future…

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