Our day trips in Laos take place near Luang Prabang, the picturesque UNESCO-protected town sitting at the confluence of the sacred Mekong River and Nam Khan (Khan River).
Access to education for handicapped children or those with learning difficulties is limited in Laos. This leads to already disadvantaged communities becoming even further socially marginalised, often forced into lives of poverty due to a lack of opportunities.
Our mission in Luang Prabang is to help deaf and mute children from northern Laos have access to more opportunities by taking them on a day trip with a difference!
Day trip with a difference
in Luang Prabang
Your contribution, however big or small, will help make a difference to the lives of
deaf and mute children in Laos.
A donation of $25 will support one child to join a day tour with a difference.
Donations go through our fundraising partner the EXO Foundation. 100% of donations go towards the day trips
we organise as all administrative costs are covered by project partners.
Young people we support in Luang Prabang
Our NGO partner in Laos is the Luang Prabang Special Education School. The school opened in 2008 to provide proper education to deaf and mute children from northern Laos. Our day trips have been created to complement the education these children receive at the school by providing learning opportunities outside of the classroom.
Luang Prabang Special Education School provides education and a home to around 80 deaf and mute children who are unable to attend regular schools in their home towns and villages. Not only do these children receive an education, older students can also access a three-year professional training program to give them the skills required for employment.