Link for Aid donors buy 15 bicycles for children in Samrong Village

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Link for Aid has received constant support from a group of generous donors in Milan, friends of one of Link for Aid’s founding members Francesca Moscheni. Once again this year they donated bicycles to 15 children (some for outstanding merit at school and others from some of the poorest families in the village) from Samrong […]

Cambodian student Ponthon Pon enters last year at Thai university

Link for Aid starting supporting Ponthon Pot’s university studies three years ago. Pon, who is from Samrong Village, Angkor Thom in Cambodia, and a former Angkor Kids Centre volunteer teacher, chose the Faculty of Agriculture in Ubon Ratchatani in Thailand. He has now started his 4th and last year with a 3-month training course in […]

Why Link for Aid?

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“We believe in children. And when you say you believe, you have to act”  Andre Agassi.    Link for Aid – because we are a vital link that brings aid to children in need in two of the poorest countries in the world: Myanmar and Cambodia.  We are a  small but streamlined non-profit organization. We do […]

What we have already done

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Right from the start  Link for Aid has brought aid  directly to the School for the Deaf, and to the hospice thanks to donations received. Each time she returns to Yangon Pamela visits local markets and buys basic necessities such as rice, lentils, oil, vegetables, copybooks and pens, delivering them directly to the  headmistress of the school together with   donations to help the daily […]

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Myanmar. A country which is changing fast

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Myanmar shares borders with Bangladesh, India, China, Thailand and Laos.It is 678.500 km² (twice the size of Italy), is the largest of the South-east Asian countries and is crossed by the Tropic of Cancer. The population of nearly 60 million people consists of many ethnic groups including the Bamars, Shan, Karen, Kachin, Mon e Rakhaing. The predominant religion is Buddhism. […]