Project Protein Student Leaders Plan Chilren's Day With Aj. Thongin Nuntarat, Project Coordinator

Donations start to roll in

The first day of the two-day festival is for hands-on education. Children learn new sustainable methods under the supervision of their parents and teachers.  The focus is on the kids to ensure continuity into new generations. They learn about raising fish, mushrooms, chickens, and organic vegetables.

The next day devoted to educational and some non-educational fun with the volunteeers and families.

Here's a little movie of the volunteers in action on Fun Day.

Two special Project Protein supporters help for both days.  Suzanne Pitcher from Florence, Italy, and Mary Hanson from the USA and now Chiang Mai are generous supporters and honored by the villagers as visiting dignitaries. 

Project sponsors include many Thai individuals and families, as well as some international organizations. Big gifts from Australia New Zealand Women's Group and the British Women's Group of Bangkok made completion of the Project possible