Attapeu Dam Flood Relief Effort
A hydroelectric dam in the Attapeu Province broke, spilling 5 billion cubic meters of water. Hundreds of people are missing and close to 7,000 more have lost their homes after a dam collapsed causing flash flooding across many villages. Jai Lao Founder Soutkita Reagan is mobilizing a team of volunteers from the United States and Laos to provide direct relief to the families affected. We will be working personally with the village chiefs and hand-delivering much needed supplies such as: blankets, mosquito nets, food, water, livestock, plants, and money to help rebuild their lives. Any donation amount will help greatly because 100% of your contribution will impact as many families as we can possibly help.
Not every child in Laos has access to education and clean water. Jai Lao is on a mission to change that.
Jai Lao's mission is to work in partnership with communities to provide basic humanitarian and educational aid to vulnerable children in Laos. Learn More
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100% of your donations will go towards helping children who need it most.
Watch the video above from our November 2017 humanitarian trip to get a glimpse of who we are.
WITH YOUR HELP
We have built schools for kids to learn and grow; provided clean water systems to remote villages; and donated clothes and educational supplies to thousands of children throughout Laos.
But we’re not done yet.
HERE'S HOW YOU CAN HELP
YOU CAN BE A HERO FOR THE CHILDREN
Sornram Theappitak, Thailand's celebrity, generously donated his time and talent and even payed for his own airfare, to help raise $8,500 for our gravitational water project in Luang Prabang! He's a "paake" hero capturing the hearts of millions on the big screen and his compassionate and caring heart certainly won over the hearts of the children in real life.