Child’s Dream – Kindertraum

UPDATE May 27, 2015: Child’s Dream Foundation, Lorenz Altenhoff, Office Volunteer, 238/3 Wualai Road, T. Haiya, A. Muang, Chiang Mai 50100, Thailand,
M +66 956 566 803 / Skype: Lorenz.77, E

also in german and three Asian languages. – Linked on our blogs with diversethics

  • Child’s Dream (Child’s Dream Foundation) is a non-profit charity organization for helping underprivileged children in the Mekong subregion, incorporated in Canton Zurich, Switzerland, and based in Chiang Mai, Thailand. It was founded in 2003 by two Swiss men, Marc Jenni and Daniel Siegfried … (full text on wikipedia).
  • See also Child’s Dream Foundation Thailande on

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About: Child’s Dream was established in 2003 as a charitable organisation dedicated to unconditional help for underprivileged children in the ‘Mekong Sub-Region’. 

This region is at the core of many humanitarian crises and children are suffering the most. We focus on extremely remote and neglected areas in this region.

Our offices in Chiang Mai, Thailand and Siem Reap, Cambodia serve as bases for our humanitarian and community development activities. Our 30 staff members are dedicated to working in the most efficient and effective way to achieve our mission.

Our mission is to empower marginalised communities to shape their own future. We achieve this by working with communities to improve health care and education for children and provide socioeconomic opportunities for families. We are working towards the second and fourth UN Millennium Development Goal which are universal primary education and reduction of child mortality respectively. Please visit How we help to find out more about our strategies.

Since Child’s Dream’s mandate is limited to children and our holistic approach needed to include whole communities especially with regards to our health programmes, in 2006 diversethics Foundation was established to complement the work of Child’s Dream.

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