Orphanage for kids and children living with hiv/aids

Children & kids living with HIV/AIDS and other disabilities.

HIV/AIDS Orphanage Thailand for children living with  ďhiv-aids-kidsĒ need your help, hiv/aids is no longer a death sentence with your help they have a chance at life.

We need your help. Can you spare these HIV/AIDS orphans a Dollar?

Children living with HIV/AIDS and other disabilities in South East Thailand at

The Camillian Social Center Rayong.

Kids with the HIV/AIDS Virus and Disabilities.

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JOM'S FUNERIAL 16 AUGUST 2014 AT THE CA,ILLIAN SOCIAL CENTER RAYONG

In Remembrance of JOM who lost his fight for life on the 13th of August 2014.

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In Remembrance of NewП who lost her fight for life on the 27th of January 2011.

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In Remembrance of Christopher Quinn more commonly know as Quinny who died suddenly on the 5th of February 2011 in Rayong Thailand.  

58 years RIP 

The photo is on the occasion of a cheque presentation to Fr, Giovanni for the children of the Camillian Social Center Rayong. He will be sadly missed by all including the children.  

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JOM'S FUNERIAL 16 AUGUST 2014 AT THE CA,ILLIAN SOCIAL CENTER RAYONG

It had been 3 1/2 years since we have lost a child to HIV/AIDS.

New 2 lost her fight for life on the 27th of January 2011.

 

On the 13th of August 2014 JOM lost his fight for life.

Right now most of our children are fit and well thanks to our very generous benefactors.

HELLO ARM HELLO ARM HELLO ARM

May I introduce to you a new child that arrived at The Camillian Social Center Rayong on the 14th of January 2015 form Chonburi Hospital. His name is Chai-anun or better known as ARM and he will be 11 years old on the 7th of February.

HELLO ARM HELLO ARM HELLO ARM
Of a morning Arm dose a little studying. This photo is from a recent visit to Art in Paradise in Pattaya. Arm was given this gift by people who came to visit last week and he likes it very much.

At this time Arm finds it difficult to stand up and walking the short distance to the dinning area tires him out. We have many wheel chairs but it is important that he takes a little exercise to keep what little mussel fabric that he has working.

HIV is considered to become AIDS when your CD4 count goes below 200, on his last test Arm had a CD4 count of just 5. Indeed this is the lowest I have ever heard of and I have been here with these children for 9 years in May this year.  

Armís father died when he was a baby leaving his mother to cope alone and in very poor health. Before his mother died she left Arm with her parents but neglected to tell them that Arm was HIV positive. Arm grandparents are in their sixties and it is anything but unusual for people of that age here in Thailand to be totally literate. As you can see this resulted in Armís very poor condition.

Eventually the welfare people in Chonburi Hospital decided to get in touch with us here at the CSC Rayong because it was obvious to them that his Grandparents could not cope, at which time we told them to bring him here.     

Arm is on ARVís (Anti Retro Viral) medication and also medication to help ward of opportunistic infections. With this and a nutritious diet which include hi-energy milk we can only hope for the best.  

Myself I am anything but a religious man but even I concede that a few Prayerís might not go amiss.

I will post updated photo's if there is any improvement.

Upcoming Events
Peter Burke

Day out at Pino Pony Pattaya

just of route 7

Sunday, May 10, 2015
 
Jester & Jacalope day out at

JustBurger Jomtiean Beach Soi 19

starting at 10:00am,

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

 

The Camillian Social Center (CSC) Rayong started itís activities in 1994 and is one of the first centers opened in Asia to accommodate and help sick orphaned children living with HIV/AIDS.
 
Today the CSC Rayong is a wonderful example of integration and of activities to fight the problem of HIV/AIDS with 8 projects scattered in the south-east region of Thailand where about 7.000.000 people are living and 150.000 of them have HIV/AIDS.
 
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A mini day out in Pattaya for our children that remain at home in the Camillian Social Center Rayong each day while the rest are at local school.  

Top Left Photo : We have Ben 2, Nue 2, Ben, and not least Tip. Ben 2 arrived at the center in June 2010, so it will be at least May 2011 before we can think about sending him to school. This depends on how well he is at that time. Nue 2 arrived at the center in early 2010 and was very sickly at that time having to be wheeled around the center in a wheel chair. I am very glad to say that her condition has improved a great deal since then. Like wise with Ben when he arrived he could not eat and spent a month in the Palliative Care Unit and again is now doing very well. Tip was here when I arrived at the center in 2006 and was extremely unwell with her lungs. Only in the last year has she really begun to pick up and you see her running around with the other children today.

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