Thailand – Project provides jobs to homeless and needy


Under the name “Jang Warn Kah” or “Hire No Kill”, Mirror Foundation” launched its project, which aims to provide job opportunities for the homeless in the hope of getting them out of their current difficult situation, where most of the homeless people are men in their 50s or 60s who live alone and have no access to jobs under the regular hiring conditions.

This project began at the beginning of this year, and because of it, many homeless people were able to rent a room, whereas the living conditions of others improved after providing them with suitable work.

According to the Issarachon Foundation, there were more than 4,000 homeless people in Bangkok in 2019 and the number started to rise with the beginning of the pandemic.

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