Spotlight on: Andaman Center for Migrant Education


Migrants arrive in Thailand in hopes of building a better life, seeking jobs with a living wage to support their families. However, without the money and legal rights to education, migrant children often live as second class citizens and are all too often exploited and forced to work at low-skilled, low-paying jobs.

Ruben Derksen, EXO Group Product Manager explains, ‘By supporting this wonderful education project by ACME, we are proud to be able to play a role in creating a positive future for this group of children and give them agency to build a sustainable future for themselves.’

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