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    Reflection of the National Children At Risk Training Course

    BY LAI LUN NGAI | 12 DECEMBER 2017

    What is the National Children at Risk Training curriculum?The National Children at Risk Training (NCART) curriculum is a comprehensive and practical tool that provides child caregivers with strategies on how to take care of children in the best way possible, and how to take care of themselves as caregivers. It was developed by Janette Pepall, and trainers in more than 30 countries are using it as a guideline to train people, especially those who are working with...  Read More...

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    Hidden in the Fields

    BY KATHERINE THEN |  28 NOVEMBER 2017

    The migration of women around the world has remarkably increased in the last 40-50 years. Although many women and girls migrate voluntarily, others migrate as a result of war, ethnic conflicts, economic stagnation, and natural disasters.In 2016, the Council of Europe reported that, “for the first time since the beginning of the refugee and migrant crisis in Europe, women and children on the move outnumber adult men”. “Women and children...  Read More...

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    Walking through the Community

    BY NAW MOL MOL | 22 NOVEMBER 2017

    I am so excited to be working with this organisation (Global Alms Incorporated) because I have never worked with foreigners before. On the first day I started to work here, I thought to myself, “I am a person who is so lucky to work here". For example, GAI officers have a schedule for each week. My working time is 9am to 5pm, so in my schedule, during this time, what I have to do and where I have to be is already written down in my schedule.  Read More...

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    How far would you go?

    BY KATHERINE THEN | 21 OCTOBER 2017

    For many women who live in developing countries, a lack of geographic access to public health facilities inhibits or often limits use. Medical care can be long distances away especially for a woman with limited resources to attain transport services. In some countries, women walk 8 miles to reach the nearest public health facility, even during labor.  Read More...

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    Beyond the Photo

    BY GARRY BRADFORD | 14 OCTOBER 2017

    This week has been an awesome week for the staff of Global Alms Incorporated. We have had some great wins in being able to help new clients, but also some events that have shattered us emotionally. I want to tell you about the women that we are working with which the staff have been meeting with in their community visits. One woman is pregnant, this will be her second child.  Read More...

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    An Intern's Perspective - Self Sustainability

    BY KENZIE ROBERTS | 18 APRIL 2017

    We are happy to report that we run a completely self-sustainable training center out here in Thailand. When I say “self-sustainable”, I mean, it pays for itself. We focus on not wasting resources, and maintaining the amount of classes we teach.  Read More...

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