Empowering children, youth and communities

Child’s Dream is a charitable, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to empowering marginalised children and youth in the Mekong Sub-Region, which includes Myanmar, Laos, Thailand and Cambodia. We achieve this by working in partnership with communities to improve the educational and health situation for their children and youth.

Our highly motivated staff in Chiang Mai (Thailand), Siem Reap (Cambodia) and Yangon (Myanmar) goes the extra mile to identify the most needy communities and beneficiaries. Our down-to-earth, bottom-up approach allows us to implement, evaluate and monitor our projects to address health and educational needs in the most efficient and effective way.

Our activities range from health interventions for children to reduce child mortality, construction of educational facilities to provide universal basic education, youth employment centers to high school and university scholarships.

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Partnership with SilkAir

20.1.2015

We are proud and honored to announce that SilkAir, the regional wing of Singapore Airlines, has adopted us as their charity for the coming three years. We are looking forward to a fruitful cooperation for the benefit of even more children in the Mekong Sub-Region.  

 

Tax-deductible donations 

8.12.2014

Thanks to a new agreement with World Relief Australia (WRA), tax-deductible donations by Australian residents are now even more simply than before. Just use your credit card. Click here for more. 

Christmas-Newsletter

4.12.2014

Another interesting and successful year comes to an end. We wish you all a very nice festive season and all the very best in 2015 and beyond. Please enjoy our Christmas-Newsletter here

'Cross of Friendship' Medal

29.10.2014

We are very proud to have been awarded the prestigious 'Cross of Friendship' Medal by the Prime Minister of Laos for the over 100 educational facilities we have built so far. Many thanks to our Laos team, Koy and Gee, for their dedication and hard work.