Clean water, good hygiene and a sanitary environment are something most of us take for granted.
Imagine if you couldn't just step into your tiled bathroom everyday? Imagine if you had to walk many hours every day just to get water back to your house. Imagine you didn't know that washing your hands before you ate kept you from getting sick.
For most of us these things are too hard to comprehend. But for millions of people living in Laos, this is their everyday reality.
Take out dinner? That $40 will build a sanitary latrine for one family. Overseas family holiday? That $6,000 will supply a clean water system to an entire community of hundreds of people. Latest pair of shoes? That $150 will provide life -changing health education for an entire community of hundreds of people.
Please put your imagination into action ------DONATE NOW
PLANT project, in Long District of Luangnamtha Province, is an intergrated approach that focuses on securing
peoples livelihoods and food security through agricultural techniques that produce an increased yield in an environmentally friendly and sustainable way. Beneficiary participation and ownership is key in ensuring their own stability as well as managing the use of non-timber forest products sustainably.