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Thailand Directory

The following is a working directory of organisations actively engaged in combatting human trafficking in Thailand.

 


United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Bangkok Office
UNODC Bangkok Office focuses on the criminal justice element of Human Trafficking. In their project, “Project Childhood”, they collaborate with AusAID. This project aims to enhance law enforcement capacity for national and transnational action for effective victim identification in terms of the child prostitution, child pornography, and issues revolving around child sex offenders in the Mekong Region. 

UNODC, Bangkok Office
United Nations Building, 3rd Floor 
Rajdamnern Nok Avenue 
Bangkok 10200 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 288 2100
Fax: +66 (0) 2 281 2129
Email: fo.thailand@unodc.org
Website: www.unodc.org/eastasiaandpacific


United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Bangkok Office
UNICEF works to ensure the rights of all children in Thailand. In this field, UNICEF aims to protect and prevent the child from being trafficked and supports various non-governmental organizations in order to combatting Child Trafficking in the region. 

UNICEF, Bangkok Office
Office of the Regional Director
for East Asia and Pacific
P.O. Box 2-154
Bangkok 10200 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 356 9499, +66 (0) 2 280 5931
Fax: +66 (0) 2 356 9499
Email: eapro@unicef.org; thailandao@unicef.org 
Website: www.unicef.org/thailand


International Organization for Migration (IOM) Bangkok Office
IOM (Bangkok)’s Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) project offers assistance to migrants and governments in the region. It aims to enable the orderly, humane, and cost-effective return and reintegration of migrants who are unable or unwilling to remain in host countries and who wish to return voluntarily to their countries of origin. IOM also works with the Thai government in order to increase their capacity to share information on human smuggling along the border regions of Thailand. Currently, IOM provides assistance and financial support in the repatriation process on a case-by-case basis. Additionally, they provide translators for communication between victims and government staff. They have translation stations at Pathumthani Protection and Occupation Development. 
 
IOM, Bangkok Office 
18th Floor, Rajanakarn Building
3 South Sathorn Road
Bangkok 10120 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 343 9300
Fax: +66 (0) 2 343 9399
Email: iomthailand@iom.int
Website: thailand.iom.int


United Nations Action for Cooperation against Trafficking in Persons  (UN-ACT), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Bangkok Office
UN-ACT is the follow-up project that was created by the UNDP. UN-ACT works to coordinate various governments in the Greater Mekong region in order to respond to human trafficking. 

UN-ACT Regional Management Office
United Nations Building 12th Floor 
Rajdamnern Nok Ave.
Bangkok 10200 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 304 9100
Fax: +66 (0) 2 280 0268
Email: unact@undp.org
Website: un-act.org/countries/thailand


Investigation Division Immigration Bureau 
Investigation Division Immigration Bureau uses the Immigration Act, Migrant Registration Act, Anti-Human Trafficking in Person Act, and all related criminal acts associated with alien persons. Their responsibility is to investigate illegal migrants, deport illegal migrants, and supervise them in the detention centre. They also respond to cases of cross-border crimes by collecting information and analysing the data on international crimes. In terms of child trafficking, they help in the investigation of false documentation used to facilitate the illegal border crossings. 

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 287 3101 
Website:  inv.immigration.go.th


The Bureau of Anti-Trafficking in Women and Children (BATWC), Ministry of Social Development and Human Security (MSDHS)
Under the MSDHS, BATWC is the organisation that works to protect and rehabilitate trafficking victims. Additionally, they collaborate with source countries for the safe repatriation of victims.  This bureau is responsible for the collection of data from government shelters and will likely help in the creation of an official database on human trafficking victims. 

BATWC (MSDHS)
1034 Krungkasem Rd.
Klongmahanak, Pomprabsattrupai
Bangkok 10100 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 659 6399 
E-mail: batwc@dsdw.go.th
Website: www.batwc.org


The National Operation Centre on Prevention and Suppression of Human Trafficking (NOCHT), Ministry of Social Development and Human Security (MSDHS)
NOCHT is responsible for conducting the policy, strategies, management, authorization, and follow-up in regards to the implementation of the National Operation Centre on Prevention and Suppression of Human Trafficking in order to build up the network of suppression and prevention human trafficking at all levels.  They also develop and support the implementation of the Provincial Operation Centre on Prevention and Suppression of Human Trafficking (POCHT). Additionally, NOCHT follows up and produces reports on the implementation of international agreements and collaborates with international partners. 

NOCHT (MSDHS)
1034 Krungkasem Road
Pomprabsattrupai  
Bangkok 10100 Thailand

Telephone:  +66 (0) 2 659 6464
Fax: +66 (0) 2 659 6465
Email: focal.trafficking@gmail.com
Website: www.nocht.m-society.go.th


Centre Against International Human Trafficking (CAHT), The Office of Attorney General (OAG)
CAHT is a governmental organisation that works to monitor and support the Thai government to effectively implement related trafficking acts. They have worked to develop legal collaboration with other organisations both domestically and across borders. The CAHT works to promote the understanding of human trafficking in Thailand. 

CAHT (OAG)
Chalermprakiat Government Complex
Building A, Floor 5,
No. 120 Moo 3, Tambon Chaeng Watthana
Tung Song Hong Subdistrict, Laksi
Bangkok 10210 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 142 2031 
Fax: +66 (0) 2 143 7823 
E-mail: trafficking_ago@hotmail.com 
Website:  www.caht.ago.go.th


The Anti Human Trafficking Division (AHTD), Royal Thai Police (RTP)
AHTD is the department under the Royal Thai Police that investigates cases of Human Trafficking.   

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 939 3667 
Website:  www.atpd-police.com


Department of Special Investigation (DSI), Ministry of Justice
DSI is the main law enforcement agency that works on human trafficking cases and investigations in Thailand. The DSI is responsible for complex cases, trans-national cases, and cases involving organised crime and influential figures. The DSI conducts the investigations, makes arrests, and works with social workers on the cases. 

DSI
128 Chaegnwattana Road
Thungsonghong, Laksi
Bangkok 10210 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 8319888
Website:  www.dsi.go.th


The Department of International Organisations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA)
The MFA works with international organisations for international coordination on high-profile, cross-border trafficking cases. Their work includes the preparation of the report for the Universal Periodic Review under the United Nations Human Rights Council. 

The Department of International Organisations (MFA)
Sri Ayudhya Road
Bangkok 10400 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 203 5000
Fax: +66 (0) 2 643 5071
Email: interorg01@mfa.go.th
Website:  www.mfa.go.th


The Mirror Foundation Bangkok Office
The Mirror Foundation raises awareness of child begging in Thailand. They assist in the investigation process in conjunction with the Royal Thai Police to rescue the children who might be victims of child trafficking. Additionally, the Mirror Foundation works to trace missing children through their missing child hotline.  

The Mirror Foundation, Bangkok Office
191 Soi Vibhavadi 62 (4-7)
Vibhavadi Rangsit Road
Market Bangkhen, Laksi
Bangkok 10210 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 973 2236 to 7
Fax:  +66 (0) 2 973 2236 ext.109 
Email: Info@notforsale.in.th
Website:  www.themirrorfoundation.org; www.notforsale.in.th


Action Aid Bangkok Office
Action Aid has been working to improve the quality of education in small schools and build the capacity of teachers. They work with Small Schools Network, the Committee on Alternative Education and Thai Baan Association the strengthen and empower the network to influence change in government policy in relation to closure/merger of small schools. 

Action Aid, Bangkok IS Office
Room B201, 2nd Floor, 60/1, Monririn Building
Samsannai, Phayathai
Bangkok 10400 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 279 6601 2   
Fax: +66 (0) 2 615 5134  
Email: Thai.Asia@actionaid.org 
Website: www.actionaid.org


Save The Children Thailand Bangkok Office
Save the Children Thailand focuses on the prevention of child trafficking, putting a strong emphasis on service provision such as education and healthcare.  

Save The Children Thailand, Bangkok Office
14th Floor, Maneeya Center Building (South)
518/5 Ploenchit Rd.
Lumpini, Pathumwan
Bangkok 10330 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 684 1286/87/88
Fax: +66 (0) 2 684 1289
Email: info.thailand@savethechildren.org
Website: thailand.savethechildren.net


The Asia Foundation 
The Asia Foundation has developed a multi-disciplinary, inter-agency approach to anti-trafficking in persons that promotes cooperation among the police, government agencies, and NGOs. 

The Asia Foundation 
Q. House Convent Bldg., Floor 6D
38 Convent Road, Silom
Bangkok 10500 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 233 1644
Email: thailand.general@asiafoundation.org 
Website: asiafoundation.org/where-we-work/thailand


Baan Gerda
Baan Gerda provides care for 85 HIV infected and affected orphans living and receiving medical treatment in family houses under the care of foster parents. It is a project of the Children’s Rights Foundation, a Bangkok-based NGO. 

Telephone: + 66 (0) 2 982 8324
Fax: +66 (0) 2 982 8393
Website: www.baangerda.org


Childline Thailand Foundation
Childline Thailand provides the daytime shelters and food for street children in Thailand. They also offer legal assistance for those minors who wish to bring cases against their abusers.  

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 623 3814
Fax: +66 (0) 2 623 3814 ext.13
Email: info@childlinethailand.org
Website: childlinethailand.org


End Trafficking in Person Programme (ETIP), World Vision Foundation, Bangkok Office
ETIP was launched by World Vision with the collaboration of governments of the Greater Mekong sub-region, UN agencies, and other NGOs. The programme is mainly focused on human trafficking issues throughout the Greater Mekong sub-region; including Thailand, China, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar and Cambodia. ETIP responds to the key issues such as; the uncertain scale of the problem, the confusion in the concept between trafficking and exploitation of migrants in the workplace, national legislation, and the existing policies among regional governments toward human trafficking.

World Vision Foundation, Bangkok office 
809 Soi Suphanimit, Pracha Uthit Road
Samsen Nok, Huai Khwang
Bangkok 10310 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 022 9200 to 2
Fax: +66 (0) 2 022 9203 to 5 
Email: info@worldvision.or.th
Website: www.worldvision.or.th


Human Rights Subcommittee, Lawyer Council of Thailand
Human Rights Subcommittee, Lawyer Council of Thailand assists in the legal process and case investigation for 
minority groups. 

Human Rights Sub-committee on Ethnic Minorities. Stateless, Migrant Workers, and Displaced Persons

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 2282 
Email: Statelesshr@yahoo.com


Australia-Asia Program to Combat Trafficking in Persons Thailand (AAPTIP) 2013 – 2018
AAPTIP was established to reduce the incentives and opportunities for trafficking of persons in the ASEAN region. AAPTIP works with the ASEAN Secretariat and regional anti-human trafficking bodies and in individual partner countries. Their support includes: improving legislation and ethical investigation of human trafficking cases, improving the process and, shortening duration of the prosecution of human trafficking cases, and collaborating with regional bodies to enhance their cooperation in their response to human trafficking. On the national level, AATIP supports annual plans developed by each nation’s programme steering committee. 

AATIP, Bangkok Office
No.1 Glas Haus Building
Office 801, 8th Floor
Sukhumvit 25
Klongtoey-Nua, Wattana
Bangkok 10110 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 259 4311 
Fax: +66 (0) 2 661 6486
Email: info@aaptip.org 
Website: www.aaptip.org/


Foundation for the Better Lives of Children (FBLC) 
FBLC provides shelter for street children, orphans, migrant children, children with imprisoned parents, and abused children. Their two shelters offer rehabilitation and education in order to reintegrate the children back to their former communities.  FBLC cooperates with other organisations that work with children and together have set up the  “Network of Organization of Street Children”, “Network of Organisation for Children of Labour”. They also aid in the registration of street children and orphans in order to send these children to school. 

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 574 1381;  +66 (0) 2 574 3753;  +66 (0) 2 574 6162
Fax: +66 (0) 2 982 1477
Email: fblc_th@hotmail.com
Website: www.fblcthai.org


Center for Protection of Children’s Rights Foundation (CPCR)
CPCR provides assistance and protection for children whose rights are being violated under Convention on the Rights of the Child. This includes: abused children, orphans, and child victims of human trafficking. They have three rehabilitation homes for children and young people who have been rescued from situations of human trafficking. The CPCR provides scholarships, vocational training, and a prevention program for young people who are at-risk of being exploited. 

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 412 1196
Fax: +66 (0) 2 412 9833
E-mail: cpcrheadoffice1981@gmail.com 
Website: www.cpcrthailand.org


Child Workers in Asia Foundation (CWA)
CWA raises awareness of child exploitation and monitors the ratification of all international conventions and standards on the elimination of child labour. The foundation provides a channel of communication between organisations working in the field of child protection. 

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 662 3866 8 
Fax: +66 (0) 2 261 2339
E-mail: cwanet@csloxinfo.com 
Website: www.cwa.tnet.co.th


The Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW) International Secretariat Office
GAATW co-ordinates the activities between migrant rights organisations, anti-trafficking organisations, human rights organisations, and women’s rights groups. They also work closely with a self-organized group of human trafficking survivors. 

GAATW International Secretariat Office
191/41, 6th Floor
Sivalai Condominium
Soi 33 Itsaraphap Road, Bangkok-Yai
Bangkok 10600 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 864 1427/8
Fax: +66 (0) 2 864 1637 
Email: gaatw@gaatw.org
Website:  www.gaatw.org


Plan International Bangkok Office
Plan International works to protecting children who are being abused, neglected, and exploited. They focus on the children’s rights and ensure that vulnerable children can access these rights. Plan International works specifically in the area of Birth Registration for stateless children. They also support the creation of Child Protection Committees and the training of multi-disciplinary teams at the provincial level.  Plan International supports education for children by offering scholarships and vocational courses. 

Plan International, Bangkok Office
14th Floor, 253 Sukhumvit 21 Road (Asoke)
Klongtoey Nua, Wattana
Bangkok 10110 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 204 2630 4
Website:  www.plan-international.org/thailand


The Fight Against Child Exploitation Foundation (FACE)
FACE is a local Thai NGO that works internationally on monitoring legal cases of child sexual abuse by foreign paedophiles, and trafficking cases.

FACE
P.O. Box 178, Klong Chan Post Office 
Bangkok 10240 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 509 5782 
Fax: +66 (0) 2 519 2794  
E-mail: facesudabkk@gmail.com 
Website: facefoundation.blogspot.co.uk/


Foundation for Child Development (FCD)
Foundation for Child Development runs “the Child Labour Project” to raise awareness among child workers.  The project aims to combat child labour and protect the rights of working children. Their successful programmes have produced newsletters and radio programs that target working children and a hotline. Their Labour Club runs activities weekly and invites children to participate. 

FDC
143/109-111 Moo Ban Pinkhlao Patthana
Arun-amarin, Bangkoknoi
Bangkok 10700 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 433 6292; +66 2 884 6603  
Fax: +66 (0) 2 435 5281 ext 102
Email: iamchild2004@yahoo.com
Website:  www.iamchild.org


Foundation for Children
Foundation for Children provides for the basic needs of children and provide education to promote their mental and physical development. They rescue abused children from abandonment, forced labour, child prostitution, etc. They also advocate for children’s rights and children’s issues within Thai society.

Foundation for Children
95/24 Moo 6 Soi Kratoomlom 18
Buddha Monthon 4
Sampharn Nakhon Pathom 73220 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 814 1481 7
Fax: +66 (0) 2 814 0369
Email: children@ffc.or.th
Website: www.ffc.or.th


One Sky Foundation
One Sky Foundation provides protection, education support, healthcare services, income generation and alternative care for vulnerable children in the Sangkhlaburi district on the Thai-Myanmar border. 

One Sky Foundation
93/1 Moo 3
Noglu, Sangkhlaburi
Kanchanaburi 71240 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 8 852 9758 9; +66 (0) 9 858 2385 9
Email: oneskythailand@gmail.com
Website:  www.oneskyfoundation.org 


Labour Rights Promotion Network Foundation (LPN)
LPN is an organization that aims to promote quality of life for vulnerable workers. This includes rights-protection and equality promotion.

LPN
25/17-18 Mahachai Muangthong Village
Sahakon Road, Bang Yah Praek, Mahachai
Samut Sakhon 74000 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 3 443 4726
Website: www.lpnthailand.org


Human Help Network (HHN)
HHN provides shelter for vulnerable children and children at-risk of trafficking in the Pattaya area. The shelter provides education, food, shelter, and psychosocial support for the children.  HHN also implements innovative anti-trafficking mechanisms, such as a Mobile Training Unit for street kids and games and videos which make children aware of the dangers of trafficking and exploitation. 

Telephone: +66 (0) 3 823 9887; +66 (0) 8 194 9814 8
Email: info@hhnthailand.org
Website: www.hhnthailand.org


Father Ray Foundation
The Father Ray Foundation provides a home, education, nutritious meals, medical assistance and the opportunity for children and students.  They also support children with disabilities and their families through various schools and outreach programmes.

Telephone: +66 (0) 3 871 6628
Fax: +66 (0) 3 871 6629
Email: info@fr-ray.org 
Website:  www.fr-ray.org


MERCY Centre
MERCY Centre is a shelter for street children. The Centre also collaborates with partners to investigate the exploitation of Cambodian children in Pattaya.  

Telephone: +66 (0) 8 194 5430 7
Email: mercypattayapr@gmail.com
Website: www.mercypattaya.com


Fountain of Life Children’s Center
Fountain of Life Children’s Center offers a day care services, education and extracurricular activities for the children of migrant workers in Pattaya area. This helps keep the children off the street and protects them from being trafficked.

Telephone: +66 (0) 3 836 1720
Fax: +66 (0) 3 836 2010
Email: folptty@gmail.com
Website: ww.folptty.org/folc/ 


Fountain of Life Women’s Center
The Fountain of Life Women’s Center offers support to around 300 women per week, varying in age from 15 - 60 years old.  Victims of human trafficking, sexual abuse, domestic violence and prostitution are offered shelter, safety and guidance to help them change their livers. The women and girls are taught vocational and enterprise skills helping to break the cycle of exploitation.

Telephone: +66 (0) 3 841 5881
Fax: +66 (0) 3 841 5882
Email: piyachartgs@gmail.com
Website: folptty.org/folw/ 


Chonburi Provincial Home, MSDHS
Chonburi Provincial Home is the provincial shelter run by the MSDHS. The shelter is used to protect the children who are the victims of various forms of abuse. 

Telephone:  +66 (0) 3 824 0022 0
Email: cfchonburi@hotmail.com


Social Action for Women (SAW) 
SAW is a local community group in Mae Sot, which assists Burmese women and children. They support a wide range of vulnerable groups including: orphans, abused children, HIV-positive children, and abused women. ISAW has also implemented a Trafficking Assessment Program (TAP). The TAP works with Johns Hopkins University to conduct research on trafficking in Tak Province. 

Telephone: +66 (0) 5 554 2964
Email: saw.socialaction@gmail.com 
Website: www.sawburma.net


Ko Thar Gyi
This private legal office offers consultation and assistance for work permits and other documents for Burmese workers in Mae Sot. They also work with Burmese police on the Myawaddy side of the border investigating trafficking cases. 

Telephone: +66 (0) 8 049 1372 9; +66 (0) 8 953 1516 2
Fax: +66 (0) 5 554 4152
Email: kothargyi7.nov1981@gmail.com
Website: www.kothargyioffice.com


Suwannimit Foundation (SNF)
SNF aims to strengthen the operational capacity, programming impact and sustainability of community-based organizations that serve underprivileged people on the Thailand-Myanmar border. SNF provides partners with operational support via centralized services, support them in their pursuit to reduce legal risk, help them design and execute funding strategies, and assist them with capacity building. SNF facilitate collaborations with Thai NGOs and institutions to create awareness and rally support for partners' work.

Suwannimit Foundation
476 Moo 1, Soi Sahakorn 2, Intarakiri Rd.
Tha Sai Luad Sub-District, Mae Sot District
Tak 63110 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 5 554 4047
Email:  info@suwannimit.org
Website:  www.suwannimit.org


World Vision Foundation Mae Sot Office
World Vision Foundation in Mae Sot provides the communication assistance to government agencies and trafficking victims. World Vision Mae Sot also works with a multi-disciplinary team for victim identification in the Mae Sot area. 

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 022 9200 to 2
Fax: +66 (0) 2 022 9203 to 5 
Email: info@worldvision.or.th
Website: http://www.worldvision.or.th


World Education Thailand Field Office
World Education Thailand works with refugees and migrants from Myanmar to provide access to quality education by providing training, resource support, and grant funds to develop the skills of local organisations and individuals.

World Education Thailand Field Office
P.O. Box 27 
Amphur Mae Sot 
Tak 63110 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 5 580 2303
Email: wei@worlded.org
Website: thailand.worlded.org/


Burma Act
Burma Act raises awareness of human trafficking among Burmese migrant workers in the Mae Sot area. 

Burma Act
Email:  Burmaact2009@gmail.com 
Website: www.facebook.com/Burma.act.1


Committee for the Protection and Promotion of Child Rights (CPPCR), Mae Tao Clinic (MTC) 
CPPCR assists in the process of obtaining birth certificates for stateless, migrant, and foreign children, born at the Mae Tao clinic and those brought to CPPCR within 15 days of birth. They work not only on registration, but also on child rights advocacy, coordinating and participating in many child rights and child protection campaign activities.

CPPCR, Mae Tao Clinic
PO Box 67
Mae Sot
Tak 63110 Thailand

Email: info@maetaoclinic.org
Website: www.maetaoclinic.org


Burma Border Project
Burma Border Project provides training, technical advice, and program development support to the Mae Tao Clinic and Karen Department of Health and Welfare in the areas of mental health, psychosocial well-being and child protection, while also supporting child protection efforts and children’s psychosocial services at various boarding schools in the Mae Sot area.

Email: michael@burma-projects.org
Website: www.burma-projects.org


International Organisation for Migration (IOM) Mae Sot Office
IOM Mae Sot provides assistance in the communication between the police and the victims of human trafficking. They also work with groups of migrant children in the Islambumrung community. 

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 343 9300
Fax: +66 (0) 2 343 9399
Website: www.th.iom.int


Foundation For Women (FFW)
FFW offers a shelter/remand home for illegal migrant children while processing their deportation and/or repatriation. In order to identify if children have been victims of trafficking, FFW provides translators to communicate directly with potential victims.

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 433 5149 
Fax : +66 (0) 2 434 6774
Website: www.womenthai.org


Compasio Thailand Field Office
Compasio works in the area of prevention, intervention and family-based aftercare. They prevent trafficking by strengthening families to protect their own children and by educating them about protective measures. Their community engagement team responds to emergency cases with crisis support and provides short term Emergency care for abuse and trafficking victims. Compasio also provides Family-Based Alternative Care for children who are unable to return to their family of origin.

Compasio, Thailand Field Office
P.O. Box 43
Mae Sot
Tak 63110 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 5 503 0137
24 hour Crisis Hotline: +66 (0) 85 604 4613
Email: info@compasio.org
Website: www.compasio.org


International Organisation for Migration (IOM), Ranong Office
IOM Ranong Office provides assistance and treatment for trafficked victims in the Ranong Protection and Occupational Development Centre and also offers a transition service. 

IOM, Ranong Office 
Telephone: +66 (0) 2 343 9300
Fax: +66 (0) 2 343 9399
Website: www.th.iom.int


World Vision of Thailand, Ranong Office
World Vision Ranong works with a multi-disciplinary team to monitor boats in Ranong to identify any cases of exploitation. 

Telephone: +66 (0) 7 781 3312
Website:  www.worldvision.or.th


Ministry of Social Development and Human Security (MSDHS), Ranong Provincial Office 
The MSDHS Provincial Office in Ranong works directly with human trafficking cases in the area.

Telephone: +66 (0) 7 780 0128
Fax: +66 (0) 7 780 0130 
Email: ranong@m-society.go.th  
Website:  www.ranong.m-society.go.th


Child Watch Phuket
Child Watch Phuket rescues children under 18 years old from being abused, both systematically and professionally. They run service-based welfare and basic education for children and training on child rights.

Child Watch Phuket
Rubber Technology Building
Prince of Songkla University
Kathu
Phuket 83120, Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 7 627 6396
Hotline: +66 (0) 1 719 5690 
E-mail: info@childwatchphuket.org
Website: www.childwatchphuket.org


Srisurat Protection and Occupational Development Centre (MSDHS)
Srisurat Protection and Occupational Development Centre is a government shelter for trafficked women and girls in the southern region of Thailand. Recently, this shelter has been authorized to provide protection and rehabilitation for Rohingya women and children who are identified as victims of human trafficking. 

Telephone: +66 (0) 7 735 5540
Fax: +66 (0) 7 735 5541
Email: bansrisurat@hotmail.com
Website: www.baansrisurat.org


Pathum Thani Protection and Occupational Development Centre for Men (MSDHS)
Pathum Thani Protection and Occupational Development Centre for Men is one of the government shelters designated specifically for adult male victims. However, this shelter also provides assistance for victims who have been trafficked with their families. In these cases, the shelter also supports child victims.

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 577 3826


Kredtrakan Protection and Occupational Development Centre (MSDHS)
One of the government shelters that provides rehabilitation and protection for trafficking victims near Bangkok, Kredtrakan shelter responds to two target groups; victims from the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act 2008 and victims who have been abused from various types of violence. This shelter provides therapy, legal assistance, vocational training, and various services for the victims. 

Telephone:  +66 (0) 2 584 5115
Fax: +66 (0) 2 584 5116 
Email: kredtrakarn@hotmail.com
Website: www.kredtrakarnhome.com


Pakred Reception Home for Boys (MSDHS)
Pakred Reception Home for Boys is a government shelter for boys who are under 15 years old. This shelter provides protection, legal assistance, vocational training, and repatriation for those boys who are victims of human trafficking. 

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 583 3500; +66 (0) 2 583 8345
Fax: +66 (0) 2 583 3500 200
Email: phoomvet@hotmail.com; pkrboyhome@dsdw.go.th
Website: www.pkrboyhome.org


Nareesawat Protection and Occupational Development Centre (MSDHS)
Nareesawat Protection and Occupational Development Centre is a government shelter that serves the victims under the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act 2008. It is the main shelter for trafficking victims in the North Eastern region. Their main responsibility is to rehabilitate victims (both Thai and non-Thai) focusing specifically on women and girls (similar to Kedtrakan Shelter). 

Nareesawat Protection and Occupational Development Centre (MSDHS) 
Chaivich Suwanpradai 
1422 Suranarai RD  Naimoung
Moung Nakhonratchasima
Nakhonratchasima  30000 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 4 423 0368; +66 (0) 4 425 5271
Email: baannaree@yahoo.com
Website: www.baannaree.com


Song Khawe Protection and Occupational Development Centre (MSDHS)
Song Khawe Protection and Occupational Development Centre is a government shelter for women and girls who have 
been trafficked in 17 provinces in the Northern Region. It offers rehabilitation for trafficking victims. 

Song Khawe Protection and Occupational Development Centre (MSDHS)
Telephone: +66 (0) 5 527 9235, +66 (0) 5 527 9236
Email: songkhawe@thaimail.com
Website: www.songkhawehome.com


Shan Women’s Action Network (SWAN)
SWAN is a network of Shan women active in Thailand and along the Thai-Burma border. Their goal is to work for gender equality and justice for Shan women in the struggle for social and political change in Burma through community-based actions, research and advocacy. It is also part of the Women’s League of Burma (WLB), a network of eleven women’s groups from Burma. SWAN also works on raising awareness of children’s rights.

SWAN
P.O Box 120, 
Phrasing Post Office
Chiang Mai 50205 Thailand

Website: www.shanwomen.org


The Anti-Trafficking Coordination Unit Northern Thailand (TRAFCORD), The Foundation of Child Understanding (FOCUS)
FOCUS works for the Protection of Children’s and Women’s Rights. With the effort to eradicate the issue of trafficking in the northern part of Thailand, TRAFCORD was established in order to solve issues of human trafficking through different projects and programs aiming to prevent and protect against trafficking, to provide legal assistance, and capacity building. Additionally, TRAFCORD coordinates the government and non–governmental agencies to protect the victims of human trafficking and child abuse. TRAFCORD also assists the police in investigations. 

Telephone: +668 (0) 71 74 5797
Email: focus@focusthailand.org 
Website: www.trafcord.org


MAP Foundation
MAP Foundation aims to support Burmese migrants in Thailand, primarily women and children. They offer a temporary home for migrant workers who are in crisis and allow them to stay for a period of 1-2 months. They provide health and translation services for migrant workers who need special care. MAP Foundation also works to help migrant workers obtain documentation and education through the Thai government’s “Education for All” initiative.

MAP Foundation
P.O. Box 7
Chiang Mai University
Chiang Mai 50202 Thailand

MAP Foundation (Mae Sot)
No. 1/5 Amina Uthit Road
Mae Sot, Tak 63110 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 5 381 1202, +66 (0) 5 553 6685
Email: map@mapfoundationcm.org
Website: www.mapfoundationcm.org


Destiny Rescue
Destiny Rescue works in high profiles cases and supports the police in raids by providing information on potential brothels in the Chiang Rai area. Their investigation team works undercover to help rescue girls who are being exploited in the sex industry. 

Destiny Rescue
PO BOX 752
North Webster, IN
46555 USA

Telephone (USA): +1 547 457 2470
Email: usa@destinyrescue.org
Website: www.destinyrescue.org/us/countries/thailand


End Child Prostitution Child Pornography & Trafficking of Children for Sexual Purposes (ECPAT) International 
ECPAT works to promote the collaboration and engagement with various stake holders in the government, civil society and private sectors, in order to eradicate all forms of child sexual exploitation such as; child prostitution, child trafficking for sexual purposes, child pornography, and child sex tourism. They also advocate the implementation and monitoring the Rights of Child and its protocols through their conducting studies. 

ECPAT International
328/1 Phaya Thai Road 
Ratchathewi 
Bangkok 10400 Thailand

Telephone: +66 (0) 2 215 3388
Fax: +66 (0) 2 215 8272
Email: info@ecpat.net 
Website: www.ecpat.net


Chiang Rai Protection and Occupation Development (MSDHS)
Chiang Rai Protection and Occupation Development is a government shelter for boys over 15 years of age who have been identified as victims of trafficking. This shelter serves the Northern region.

Chiang Rai Protection and Occupation Development (Under MSDHS)
Telephone: +66 (0) 5 371 7704


Children of the Forest (COF)
Children of the Forest (COF) is a locally based NGO that specialises in providing education, protection and healthcare to hundreds of at-risk stateless migrant children in the Sangkhlaburi area of the Thai-Myanmar border. 

Children of the Forest
212 Moo 3 Nongloo
Sangkhlaburi
Kanchanburi 7120 Thailand

Telephone: +66 034-595289
Email: mark.curragh@gmail.com
Website: www.childrenoftheforest.org