Agape Fish Fund partners with ZOE International in Thailand to provide preventative medical, dental, and nutritional healthcare to over 60 children and their caretakers.
Agape Fish Fund, in partnership with The Chao Foundation, is pleased to award ZOE International in Thailand an $8,000 grant for their Health Plus Program. This is the third annual grant that ZOE has received from Agape Fish Fund/The Chao Foundation/Transparent Fish Fund to fund the Health Plus Program. This grant for December 2018–November 2019 will provide the 60+ children and their caretakers with preventative medical, dental, and nutritional healthcare, including:
The daily multivitamins supplement the children’s diet to enhance their overall health. The semi-annual deworming treatments also enhance the health of the children and their caregivers.
A portion of the funds from the 2nd grant was also used for the following health purposes:
Any remaining funds will be used for one or more of the following:
ZOE exists to share the gospel as they work to be an effective participant in ending human trafficking of children worldwide. They work to prevent human trafficking of children and to rescue and restore those who have been trafficked.
ZOE Children’s Homes in Thailand currently cares for 65 children on a long-term basis. These are children who are orphans or who have been rescued from human trafficking and have no other place to go. ZOE employs a “family” unit model where each child is in a family with a mother and father as well as auxiliary caretakers. Each family administers the Health Plus Program to the children in their family, such as administering the daily vitamins and going to the clinic together to get the flu shots.
ZOE says, “We appreciate our partnership with Agape Fish Fund/The Chao Foundation/Transparent Fish Fund because we share the same goal of seeing a sustainable long-term NGO culture in Asia.”
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