Gathering medical supplies

Equipment & Supplies

The Lao Rehabilitation Foundation has received donations of medical equipment, educational tools, and supplies such as food and clothing, which are distributed to local hospitals, schools, and villages. Medical equipment donations received from DAK Foundation: DAK REPORT 2015 DAK REPORT 2014 Other donations received:

The proposed plans for the new school

School renovations

Committed to help with education in remote areas, the Lao Rehabilitation Foundation is presently considering to build new schools in cooperation with local communities of Northern Laos in villages where the foundation provides health care. Plans for the elementary schools are designed to house about 300 students and would be Read more…

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National Rehabilitation Center

In cooperation with the Lao Ministry of Education, the center opened its doors to children with impairments in 1992. It is the only school in Laos offering special education to children (amputees, movement-impaired, deaf, mute and visually impaired persons). The maximum capacity of the school is presently 75 children with Read more…

Khaehk caring for his young sister

Khaehk

While visiting our projects in January 2007, Ms. Santisouk Phimsavanh, a manager at Novotel Hotel, Vientiane, made us aware of Kheahk’s story and proposed to collaborate with the Lao Rehabilitation Foundation to take care of him and his family. Khaehk, 8 years old, has no parents and lives with his Read more…

Home of Light Project

Established in 1995 by the Ministry of Health in cooperation with the Dark & Light Blind Care Foundation in Holland, the Home of Light is only partially funded by the Lao PDR government and minimally funded by the Dark & Light Foundation. It houses year-round approximately 50 blind students with Read more…

Simmano School Flooding and Repairs

Simmano flooding Floods in several provinces inundated about 75,000 hectares of agricultural land in August 2008, of which 43,661 hectares of crops were damaged. The worse floods since 1966 have inflicted damage worth hundreds of billions of kip, destroying farmlands, irrigation systems, roads, schools and houses, according to official reports. Read more…

Simmano School Renovations

In 2003, the Lao Rehabilitation Foundation replaced the old roof and provided electric power to the Simmano High School. In addition, 32 fans were installed in 16 classrooms. Delivery of Fans & Installation of Fans In 2003, the Lao Rehabilitation Foundation developed plans for the construction of an additional classroom Read more…