1. Hatsayfong District Hospital

The construction of a new building at the Hatsayfong District Hospital was initiated by the Buddhist monks of Hatsayfong village in 2008 to provide twelve additional rooms with toilets to the patients of the region who otherwise would not...

2. September 2010

Rural communities get free health care checks, treatment and medicine. In September 2010, a team of Lao doctors organized and financed by LRF visited the Bounneua and Bountai districts of Phongsaly province in Northern Laos. The mobile...

3. October 2011

The October 2011 Mission consisted of two separate projects: A Mobile Health Care unit, operating during nine days (October 2-10, 2011) in the three districts of Tonpheung, Huixay (BanDan) and Pha-Udom in Bokeo province. The team consisted...

4. Mokchak water project

Mokchak village accessible only by four wheel drive is located 24 Km outside of Houn, in Houn District in Oudomxay province, Lao PDR. The village is home to 507 Khamou ethnic people (F 236). It houses 102 families in 82 houses. There are a...

5. February 2012

A team of 25 health care professionals provided mobile health care services in 3 districts hospitals (Nga, Beng and Houn) during 8 days, providing 5 main services: ENT, dental, eye, expectant mother and pediatric services. ENT specialist...
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Naxaythong Well Project

Naxaythong Well Project

At the request of Vientiane Health Department, LRF drilled a deep well at Naxaythong village located at an hour drive North of Vientiane Capital. The borehole, 180 feet deep, now provides the community of...
HouiPhord water project

HouiPhord water project

For many years, water arrived at HouiPhord village (a remote Akha village of Phongsaly province) from a spring located at nearly two kilometers from the village through old pipes the villagers had salvaged...

June 2015

Preparation for this mission is currently ongoing, please stay tuned.
February 2015

February 2015

Our largest team yet of health care professionals (32 people) drove to Phongsaly province to deliver mobile health care services in six main areas: ENT, dental, eye disease; expectant mothers, adult internal...

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About the Lao Rehabilitation Foundation

about us image Incorporated and headquartered in California, USA, Lao Rehabilitation Foundation, Inc. (LRF) is a non-profit, non-religious, non-political organization. LRF is recognized as a State and Federal tax exempt publicly supported 501(c)(3) charitable organization, employer identification number 43-1967300. LRF also maintains an office at the Traditional Medicine Division, Department of Public Health in Vientiane, Laos, where it is officially registered as a Non Governmental (NGO) Organization.
February 2015