International Outreach

  • Tachileik and Mong Hsat Districts, Shan State, Republic of the Union of Myanmar

    Locations: Loi Taw Kham village tract, Tachileik district.Satone village tract,Talarn village tract and Mong Twan area, Mong Hsat District, Eastern Shan State, Myanmar. Beneficiaries:13,156 people, 2,466 households from four ethnic groupsin 56 villages Project duration: 2013 – 2018 Partners: Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar through the Central Committee for Drug Abuse Co...

  • Yenan Chaung Township, Magway Region, Republic of the Union of Myanmar

    Beneficiaries:13,459 people in 3,218 households in 29 villages Project duration:6 years Partners: Government of Myanmar (GOM) through the Livestock Breeding and Veterinary Department (LBVD) under the Ministry of Livestock, Fisheries and Rural Development, Office of the Narcotic Control Board (ONBC), Thailand International Development Cooperation Agency (TICA) under the Ministry of Foreign A...

  • Aceh Province, Republic of Indonesia

    The Republic of Indonesia Location Aceh Province, Indonesia Project Duration November 2006 – December 2010 Partners The government of Indonesia, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the local government of Aceh, Sambinoe Foundation, Thailand International Cooperation Agency (TICA) , and Syiah Kuala University Why Aceh? In November 2005, the Governments of Thailand and...

  • Balkh Province, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan

    Islamic Republic of Afghanistan LocationBalkh Province Beneficiaries500 households in 15 villages in Dehdadi and Nahr-e-shahe, Balkh Province Project Duration2006 -2012 Partners: The government of Belgium, Embassy of Denmark to Afghanistan, Thailand International Cooperation Agency (TICA), Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Afghan Ministry for Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRR...

  • Shan State, Republic of the Union of Myanmar

    Location:Yong Kha village, Shan State Beneficiaries:6,022 people Project Duration:2002 – 2004 Partners The Thai and Myanmar governments Why the Republic of the Union of Myanmar? When the MFLF first went into Myanmar, the local people died daily of malaria, tuberculosis, and suffered from scabies, and other common diseases. Food supply was not sufficient to feed people for the whole year....