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THROUGH A QUALITY EDUCATION AND VOCATIONAL SKILLS ONE STUDENT CAN BREAK THE INTERGENERATIONAL CYCLE OF POVERTY AND LIFT UP AN ENTIRE FAMILY.

IMAGINE WHAT AN ENTIRE CLASS

COULD DO.

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ABOUT US 

There is a fundamental need in Thailand for quality education to be made available at all levels of society. Unfortunately, this is not achievable for many underprivileged families. Without basic literacy and education, Thais are unable to reach their development potential or improve the financial position of themselves or their communities. This reason was vital in choosing Chaiyaphum as the location for the school.

Chaiyaphum is one of the poorest provinces in Thailand. Chiayaphum is in the Isaan region, which is home to Thailand’s ten most impoverished areas. 

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OUR

SUSTAINABILITY

PLATFORMS

We have been fortunate to be surrounded by generous, compassionate and caring people and businesses who have through the Beaumont Partnership Foundation contributed to the building and the operation of the school.

 

We hope to incorporate a self-sustainability program to ensure that the long-term operation of the school.

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WHY CHAIYAPHUM?


Chaiyaphum is one of the poorest provinces in Thailand. Chiayaphum is in the Isaan region, which is home to Thailand’s ten most impoverished areas. 

The average monthly income is 11,000 baht per month for a family of four.


50% of students between the age of 13-15 will leave school to find work to support their families either on farms or in factories. Alternatively, they become economic migrants in major cities. 


More than 50% of our students are cared for by someone other than their parents. In many cases, it is likely to be an older relative, who is often illiterate.

There are few employment opportunities outside of farming and factory work and students are not really able  to grasp the opportunities that exist beyond this as a goal to strive for.


Chaiyaphum is also more accessible for one day travel. This proximity enables more people from Bangkok to be able to travel up and back in one day.

Visitors gain a real sense of the social and economic disparity when they physically engage with the school and the surrounding community. 

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399 Nanglinchee Road Chongnonsee, Yan Nawa, Bangkok 10120

info@tbp-foundation.com

+662 286 8287

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