The latest Global Alms Incorporated Touch Football Development Camp is set to kick off this week at Tesaban Oval in Mae Sot.
The Development Camp, which is supported by NRL Asia and the ASEAN Rugby League, will be part of the Global Alms ‘Yes She Matters’ and ‘Yes He Matters’ programs, providing mental health support to young people through Touch Rugby League.
The Camp which, will run from March 11 – 12, will focus on providing youth in the Western Thailand district is a mentoring program for youth where they can come together to learn a new skill, work together as a team in a safe environment and sift through some of the pressures life throws at them along the way.
With Development staff being flown over from New Zealand to coordinate the Camp, Global Alms have been able to increase the number of youth who can take part in the program.
Any interested youth aged between 8 – 25 who would like to take part are encouraged to contact Global Alms on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0979605270
The Development camp will be translated from English into Burmese and Thai.
Global Alms is an Australian not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the elimination of trafficking, sexual exploitation and physical abuse of men, women and children. Setup on the Thai / Burma border, the Global Alms team provide assistance to the local communities around personal protection, vocational training, language programs and community collaboration.
Global Alms is the official charity partner of NRL Asia.