Christmas came to these poor Vientiane latchkey kids today. Gof, 13, Poum 10, (James 9. not pictured) Denny 8, and Namthip 2, spend all day sitting outside of their little apartment waiting for their mom to come home from work.
Staff, teachers and volunteers from the American Center @ That Dam in collaboration with the Give Children A Choice visited students at Kokpherng Village school on March 31, 2017 to donate books and games. They taught the children how to
Great happenings at our Frank W. Manley Children’s Learning Center in Kokpherng Village. We have a new computer teacher and the American Center @ Thatdam will be visiting our school with lots of games and activities for learning English at
Late last month Barbara traveled up north to a huge Hmong Lao village to give out warm children’s and adult clothing to those in need. She also distributed some of our all natural handmade soap. Made with pure natural ingredients that
Dori and Barbara are traveling to Khon Kaen so that Jii Nou and Mor Vue can receive their medical check-ups. A fun night at the arcade for Jii Nou and Mor Vue! A fun day with new donated clothing and
Barbara is traveling in the remote areas of Xieng Khouang Province providing the children the warm clothing recently donated to Give Children A Choice! Thank you Barbara and donors, you are making a difference to many, many children! Over 500
The clothing donations are coming in. We have received several donations and haven’t opened them all yet, we will post as we open the packages. Many children in the remote areas of Xieng Khouang Province do not have proper clothing
Miss Hmong Milwaukee Jennifer Xiong came by with her family to visit JiiNou and Give Children A Choice! She is very interested in helping our organization. She donated school supplies for the children. Thank you, Jen!
We made it to Xaihuangbanna! We were met at the airport by the photography staff and whisked off to our sweet lovely hotel. Our guide Tim helped us get settled and gave us an overview of life here and the
It wasn’t easy, but we found Jii Nou’s blood uncle in Yodtkha Village off the beaten path about 22 km from the Vietnam border. We met him for the first time. It is he who was kind enough to