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HOPE No birth certificate. No future. No hope. Until now... The Thailand Project The Thailand Project
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The Thailand Project the programs - Higher Education as Humanitarian Aid: Provides a college education to students who would never have an opportunity to receive a college education. - UWSP International Program in Thailand: Sends students of the College of Fine Arts and Communication at UWSP to DEPDC in Mae Sai, Thailand to teach dance, theater, music and art classes. - An Allowance of Dream: A traveling photog- raphy exhibition inside the world of Thailand’s sex trade. about the Thailand project Higher Education as Humanitarian Aid Higher Education as Humanitarian Aid is one of three programs unique to The Thailand Project, a partnership between the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point (UWSP) and the Development Education Program for Daughters and Community (DEPDC) in Mae Sai, Thailand. It aims to provide a college education at UWSP to graduates from DEPDC who have dedicated their lives to
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