WHY Sponsorship


The target area of TBCAF to offer service is in Tak province, including five border districts: Tha Song Yang District, Mae Ramat District, Mae Sot District, Pop Pra Distract, and Umphang District. Target groups that TBCAF emphasizes are children from low-income family, working family, neglected and vulnerable children who have less access to basic and high education.

Within TBCAF’s Sponsorship for HEP and BEP in one year, from May 2008 to April 2009, there are two main parts of this project: (1) Sponsorship for students to complete high school or college (2) Sponsorship for branch schools in remote villages.

From May 2008 to April 2009, TBCAF will launch Sponsorship for HEP and BEP stepwise and achieve whole activities within the sponsorship. Sponsorship review, reporting will be done every 6 months. Monitoring will be conducted by coordinator and field staff once per 3 months. Two reviewing reports will be submitted to the board of TBCAF and two newsletters will be sent to all the sponsors.


Support Remote Branch School (Sponsorship for BEP)

Teachers are on the frontline to face and teach students in school. Definitely the quality of school education must be relevant to amount of teachers, floating rate of teachers and other aspects. For the idea from TBCAF, to devote maintaining the amount of school teachers is the priority for educational quality.

From May 2008 to April 2009, TBCAF is going to support a branch school name ‘Tee Nu Dey’ located in Mae La sub-district of Tha Song Yang District in Tak Province, 50km far from main road to this school. There are total 47 students in this branch school. For this sponsorship, TBCAF will support salary, 3,000 Baht per month, for one full-time teacher and this teacher will teach grade one to grade three.

Support Students from Remote Village (Sponsorship for HEP)

TBCAF considers that developing human resource must be invested via education especially for the young people and children in remote area, for this sponsorship TBCAF focus on remote village.

From May 2008 to April 2009, there are four students coming from two remote villages for advanced study in Mae Sot. TBCAF will support 2,366 Baht for one student per month, including accommodation, meals in dormitory, school lunch, uniforms, tuition, and necessary material for advanced study.

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