This month a sparkling gem-studded partnership has been launched that will see lives changed in the poorest communities in Thailand.
Find out what our Programmes Officer James discovered on our eye-opening team visit to the Karen communities earlier this month.
Go on a journey to the mountains of Northern Thailand in this article by the South China Morning Post to find out how KHT is helping the Karen to build sustainable futures.
‘Reaching the isolated’ is one phrase that you might (hopefully) have recently seen littered across KHT literature. The true meaning of this is one that we learnt as we spent a weekend journeying into the region of Sao Hin.
A phrase which you will hear all over the country and one which rang true along the next step of our journey into the far corners of Northern Thailand.
Our UK team has been given the opportunity to visit Thailand and have a taste of Karen life. Read on to find out more!
A theme of the work we do with the Karen is to ensure they can continue living in the mountains in harmony with the environment.
This January, five volunteers have begun their teaching adventures and we are looking forward to see what unfolds as they are welcomed into two village schools.
From the factories of Sheffield to the fields of Mae Hong Son. An exciting discovery has been made by Karen villagers that has taken the team on a journey back through time to the 1940s. Read on to find out more.