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Pimpaka Kamon

A Bachelor’s Degree in tourismPimpaka Kamon lost her father at a young age but went on to study at university and achieve a Bachelor’s Degree in tourism. She says she will never forget what her KidsArk godparents did for her.

Montira Boonsuang

A trained accountant now working for a tour companyMontira Boonsuang lost her father to HIV and her mother is living with the virus but despite that she has trained as an accountant and is working for a tour company. She supports herself and her family.

Anusara Kannika

A nursing scholarship changed her lifeAnusara Kannika was helped through nursing school and went on to work as a nurse, get married and start her own family. “Kids Ark and my godparents lit the light in my life,” she says.

Prasert Panpakarin

From school dropout to hotel workerThe loss of his mother at an early age led Praset Panpakarin to dropout of school but with the help of KidsArk he returned and now works as a hotel cashier. He has a dream to become a tour guide.

Werasek Sangen

Giving back to children as a teacherWerasek Sangen has rebuilt his life after the death of his father from HIV and is now working as a teacher and supporting his mother and brother. “I am very proud to be a teacher and give children knowledge as a teacher,” he said.

Panumas Kunyotying

A young woman building the future.Panumas Kunyotying is 23 years old and in her final year of university studying architecture. She lost both parents while still young and was brought up by her grandmother and aunt. This is what she wrote to her sponsor.

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