Maitland, FL — (SBWIRE) — 02/07/2017 — There are hundreds of babies and small children in Bangkok who are suffering dearly. The Pakkred orphanage in the city houses more than 300 of them, but they are not without their supporters. Humanitarian aid has come in the form of Welsh traveller James Frazer-Mann. He brought numerous supplies to the children at the orphanage and is seeking to bring attention in other parts of the world to their struggles.
Many people in the western world don't fully understand the kind of living conditions and struggles experienced by those in underdeveloped countries. Barry, Wales own James Frazer-Mann is one of few who does, though, and he recently brought medical supplies and other essential resources to the children at the Pakkred Babies Orphanage. He took the trip partially as an educational experience, wanting to learn more about those children who are called the "Forgotten Babies of Thailand". He was devastated to find that there were more than 300 children there, ranging in age from new-born to four years old. Each one of them was desperate for love and support. James came back to Wales to create fund-raising efforts for the orphanage and to get the word out about their plight.
Frazer-Mann said that many of the babies are left at Pakkred right after birth, and the poverty in the surrounding villages is primarily to blame. No matter how little someone can help, he continues, it is important for them to do what they can, and it will not go unappreciated. He is desperate to bring attention to these children's struggles and to make sure people know what is happening to them.
The Orphanage's own Facebook page proudly showcases the many successful adoptions that have taken place at their orphanage from people all over the world. Many of those Pakkred babies have been nurtured and cared for and have grown into successful adults who live happy lives. Anyone who adopts children from this orphanage would be saving a child's life.
The Thai Ministry of Social Development and Human Security runs the Pakkred orphanage out of Bangkok Thailand. There are seven buildings on the compound that serve as housing for the children. The orphanage is set up to receive donations such as food, clothing and toys for the children. They can also accommodate visits to the facility for those who are interested.
James Frazer-Mann promised that more information about his efforts to raise funds and awareness for the orphanage would be coming soon.
Anyone interested in learning more can read the reviews about the orphanage and be inspired to do something.
Reviews of Pakkred Babies Home are quite inspirational.
One such review, from Deborah Major, who wrote on the orphanage's Facebook page, said that she adopted a 2-year-old daughter from Pakkred nearly 24 years ago. Now she is all grown up and is a young woman who makes her adopted mother very proud. Deborah also said she has an older daughter that she adopted 28 years ago from elsewhere in Bangkok.
Her story is just one of many that can be found on the orphanage's Facebook page. To follow James Frazer-Mann and his efforts, you can visit http://www.jamesfrazermann.co.uk
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