Sponsor A Child



Lanna Coffee believes it is mission critical to facilitate child sponsorships for Integrated Tribal Development Programme. In a world where more than a billion children and families live on less than $2 a day, connecting one child with one sponsor is one of the most strategic ways to end poverty.  Child sponsorship works as a way to build communities where children can grow and thrive.

The children below are hill tribe villagers in Northern Thailand. Formerly refugees, because of the remote location of their villages and the poverty that surrounds them, they do not have access to medical bet co tz care and education like most Thai citizens. The Integrated Tribal Development Programme works alongside hill tribe villagers, providing a school and clinic, both staffed by native people. Your sponsorship helps support the school and clinic by paying for teacher and nurse salaries, school lunches and school supplies. Sponsors are linked to an individual child, but the funds received are pooled together for the good and the development of the community.

Children In Need Of A Sponsor


#287 Chanachai 

Chanachai was born on May 6, 2007. He is in Kindergarten, and is 5 years old. He lives with his mother, father and older brother. Chanachai walks 20 minutes each day to go to the ITDP school in tanzania bet a neighboring village. His father is very happy that his children can go to school, and says that he sends them every day. He hopes that both of his children will go to a university and have good jobs in the future. Chanachai loves to play soccer and hunt birds with his bow and arrow.

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#289 Wannarut 

Wannarut was born on February 27, 2008. He is in Kindergarten, and will be 5 years old this year. He lives with his mother, father, and has three other siblings, two older and one younger. Wannarut’s beting mother said that she hopes her children will grow up to “do the mission of God.” Wannarut said he wants to be a teacher when he gets older, and he loves to play with his friends at school.





#290 Supachai 

Supachai was born on November 30, 2007. He is 5 years old and is in Kindergarten. He lives with his mother and father, and baby brother. Supachai’s favorite activites are playing with his cars and others toys. When asked what he wants to be when he grows up, Supachai just gave a shy smile and clung to his mother’s leg. She laughed and said she hopes that her children will grow up to be teachers.





#295 Jinnapud 

Jinnapud was born on March 7, 2008. She will be 5 years old this year, and is in Kindergarten. She recently moved to a village closer to the ITDP school. She lives with her uncle and aunt and has one younger sister. Jinnapud’s favorite thing to do is draw pictures.





#296 Nanthana 

Nanthana was born on March 8, 2008. She is in Kindergarten 1, and will be 5 this year. She has a twin sister, Pawinee, and also an older brother. Nanthana said that her favorite thing to eat is noodles and that she wants to be a doctor when she grows up.