ADRA is committed to the development of local knowledge and expertise. We pursue strong, equitable partnerships with community-based and grassroots organisations to ensure that our work directly impacts those who need it most. We also partner with the Government, local, regional, and national- to address common development objectives.
UNHCR, present in Thailand since 1975, has helped the country meet the protection needs of successive massive influxes of refugees from Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Myanmar. Today, there are an 105,935 Myanmar refugees remaining in nine camps in four provinces along the Thai-Myanmar border, most of them Karen and Karenni ethnic minorities.
The European Union is based on a strong commitment to promoting and protecting human rights, democracy and the rule of law worldwide. Human rights are at the heart of EU relations with other countries and regions. Promoting human rights work can help to prevent and resolve conflicts and, ultimately alleviate poverty.
DFAT is the department within the Australian Government that handles Humanitarian Aid.DFAT is the current donor of ADRA Thailands VTRR project.
Save the Children has been working in Thailand since 1984. Over the past 30 years, they have worked to deliver lasting changes for children in Thailand and across the Mekong delta
CCSDPT is the coordinating committee for 18 NGOs working in nine refugee camps along the Thailand / Myanmar border.
ACTED is a non profit organisation registered in France under the 1901 Association Law, with 127 members, and overseen by a board of 16 board members
The Thai Government is the main governing body of Thailand. ADRA works with district offices in Chiang Rai,the Department of Vocational Training and the Labor Protection Office across our projects.