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How can we survive without the ‘mothers’?

How can we survive without the ‘mothers’?

The girls in Baan Phak Phing would not be able to live with us if we did not employ ‘mothers’ who take care of them. The mothers offer the girls kindness, love and security. They teach the girls how to cook, wash, clean and take care of themselves.  In order to make the family houses function well and provide the best care there are four mothers in every house. They work in shifts as the girls need 24-hour care. Additionally, we employ a psychologist and an office worker and so the entire staff consists of 14 women. These women are not volunteers, they are permanent staff with a salary and a family and relatives of their own to take care of. The average pay of the women employed by us is around $ 450 per person per month. This means that we spend $ 450 x 14 mothers = $ 6.300 on salaries for the mothers each month.

Would you like to help us with these costs by a monthly contribution? That way you help guarantee proper and loving care for the girls.

Read here about a few mothers who work at Baan Phak Phing.