A Wholesome Homestay Experience
A homestay experience is a great way to connect and engage with local cultures. Annie recounts her time with a Thai family while volunteering at a local school.
Music in Isaan: A Rough Guide
The following post about music in Isaan was written by Linda Danielson, a musician, avid music lover, volunteer and close friend of Mundo Exchange: I’m in Thailand for the first time as a Mundo Exchange and Laekplian Lokgatat volunteer, a traveller, a musician, an...
Staying in a Thai Wat
The following is from Candace, a volunteer of Mundo Exchange and our partner organization. She was a wonderful addition to the Mundo team during her time here and spent time at a wat learning about Buddhist ways. Many tourists making the sojourn to Asia probably plan...
Mundo Resources: Universal Declaration of Human Rights
In this sometimes crazy world we think most can agree that there are certain basic human rights that in a civilized world all are entitled to. The following Human Rights Declaration was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly, December 10, 1948. Although this...
Books & Readings for Thailand Volunteers and Travelers
Books and information on all things Thai for those who are interested in vising or learning more about the Land of Smiles.
Elders in Poverty Need Your Support
Elders in abject poverty are struggling without adequate food, medical care, and means to live comfortably. Please become a donor and help support these elders.
Support Sompan, An Isolated Elder in Need
Sompan is our newest elder in need in our Thailand Adopt an Elder program. Please join her support team and help with providing bi-monthly check-ins and care.
Yaai Thun In Need of Assistance
Yaai Thun is one of the newest elders to our program and she currently not have any donor support. Please consider becoming a monthly donor by adopting Thun.
Yaais Charlie and Nong Healthy and Happy
Nong and Charlie, two yaais who are both family and neighbors, are both doing well but with rising costs are in need of more financial assistance.
Nang Wanni Leaving the Program
It’s good news! Nang Wanni is no longer one of our high-risk elders in need. Wanni now has the help of her children who have returned from working in the South.
Mun: Welcome to Our Adopt an Elder Program
Mun is our newest elder to the Adopt an Elder program in rural Thailand, a program designed to assist elders in poverty who are in great need.
An Update on Pa Ruay, She Needs Your Help
Pa Ruay in our Adopt and Elder program is in need of food and care. For just $10 a month you can help us our goal amount to provide adequate assistance.