Our goal is to help the jungle tribe villages that are very isolated and far away from any paved roads. These villages are hard to access, rough terrain and dirt roads make it nearly impossible to travel during rainy season. These muddy, slippery mountain roads are extremely dangerous and only experienced drivers can manage to reach these villages during this period. Most villages don't have their own schools and children need to travel for hours just to get to school and back, which puts them at great risk of accidents. We want to raise money to build schools in as many of the main villages as we can, so they won't have to travel long distances just to get a basic education. We also want to provide the villages with food, clothing, school supplies and solar panels for electricity.
We are focusing on six selected villages in the Mae Hong Son Province, which we want to provide with functional schools, so that the school children can have access to . These villages mostly don't have electricity, so we also want to provide the schools with their own solar electric system. It costs around 500,000 baht to build each school, which means that a total of three million baht or 100,000 US dollars will need to be raised for this purpose. By building these six schools many children will be able to get a safe access to education, both the village children but also children from the surrounding areas.
As soon as the first 500,000 baht have been raised, the building of the first school will start. Our webpage will be updated with photos of the construction progress. We will have full transparency. All donations from companies and individuals will be published on the page and all expenses will be shown and documented with receipts. Our partners in Mae Hong Son province are the Pai Border Police and they will be helping us with the construction and the distribution of all the supplies that we are able to collect.