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Donate to the Moken people of Surin
Hook in the village

In December 2019 our family has departed on the last traditional Moken boat to continue the Moken legacy. We are facing the modern problems of statelessness, discrimination of human rights, overfishing and plastic pollution. We need your financial support in the following areas:

Donate to the Kabang Journey

The Kabang Journey

Leave a donation to support the culturally meaningful journey of the Kabang out at sea. Your donation makes it possible to focus on the tasks ahead: connect to the Moken knowledge, practice the old skills, and collect stories. At the same time it involves: assistance to acquire citizenship, education about individual and cultural rights to diminish discrimination and tools to tackle the trash problems in each village.

Beach restoration and recycling

Beach Restoration and Recycling

Launched in 2020, this is a Moken-led effort to control plastic pollution on teh islands. Led by Ngui, the head of the village, a group of five eco-guardians collect ocean plastics that come with the tide to the village and other remote bays of the island. Over 300kg have been collected, sorted and delivered to our recycling partners in the last month. We believe that plastic pollution has to be dealt with locally and supported internationally. Your donation here will ensure the longevity of this project and helps protect nature around the Surin islands.

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Emergency Medical Fund

There is always a medical emergency. Whether someone needs an escort from the island to the hospital or the fees for undergoing an unusual treatment there is always money involved that the Moken often don’t possess. This fund goes to medical care to be given out freely when needed.

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Children’s Delicious Nutrition

Healthy fresh fruits are rare on the islands. Moving regularly between the mainland and the islands, we will use this fund for the Moken children’s delight and the occasional joy of sweet Mangos and Papayas.