Sponsor Fearn

Thailand

…Save the life of Fearn by sponsoring for €27,50 per month

Fearn’s mother has been in prison. After her detention, Bay Furn was left in her home village with relatives who were very abusive to her. This could put Bay Furn in a position to be exploited for child trafficking. After talking to the mother, Bay Furn ended up in the care of ZCCT. Bay Furn’s mother was released early with the help of The Foundation. She made it known by telephone that she did not want to take back the care of her daughter. As a result, Bay Furn has come under the full parenting responsibility of ZCCT. Bai Fearn loves to sing and has a beautiful voice, she also loves dancing, drama, reading and drawing. Her original goal was to enroll in a course that could prepare her to become a special teacher for children with a physical or mental challenge, unfortunately there is only 1 school in Thailand. She is now studying English. Her dream is to join the police force, especially the anti-trafficking and abuse department. Something that Bay Fearn could mean in view of its past. (Fearn is a student, which means that the costs are very high. In order to be able to finance this, we will have several sponsors for one student, or a sponsor for 110, – the choice is yours).

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    The ZCCT Foundation is active in Thailand. Since 1996, the Smit family has been working full-time to help underprivileged children. They have now gained experience in India, Romania, Uganda and Sudan. They have been deployed to Thailand since 2003, the foundation was established in 2002 and since then it has been mainly active in Thailand. The emphasis here is on young children between the ages of 3 and 5, but also on older children, whose mother is in prison. The care of the children is always in consultation with the mother. In Thailand, hundreds of children are innocent in prison because they were 'there' when their mother was arrested, or because the children were born in prison. These children are mainly from the Thai population living in the mountains. However, this population is not seen as Thai and has no status according to the law and therefore no ID. They are a poor people and the women are often used to smuggle opium, for example, to have some financial security. If they are arrested, they will unceremoniously end up in jail. Sometimes their children are there, or a child is left behind in the mountains, so ZCCT will try to provide shelter for the children left behind. The foundation has started with a day center for the children in prison, but this has grown into a shelter for girls, where the children live internally until the mother, usually after 15 to 20 years, is rarely heard from again. is released again. In total there are about 45 girls, between the ages of 18 months and 17 years. All children go to a school in the area, but education in Thailand is very expensive. The girls regularly visit their mother if possible. This therefore spurs the mothers to good behavior in prison. They see that the children are doing well and that gives them a better picture of the future. Sometimes it takes about 20 years for a mother to be released. There is a great example of a mother reunited with her children. ZCCT has included her in the staff, she also set a great example to her former fellow prisoners. She has come to Jesus and now lives on the base.

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