We cannot stress enough the importance of being properly vaccinated! As international travelers we have both the capacity and responsibility to not only protect ourselves but also others from unnecessary exposure to diseases. Since around November of 2018 reported cases of measles has increased, even more dramatically at the start of this year and is... Continue Reading →
Monsoon Season Is Coming! We here at Mundo have been busy preparing the house for rainy season and searching out people in the community who may need help staying dry this season!
Learning how to properly brush your teeth and keep your gums healthy isn't just important for humans, it's important for superheroes, princess, cats , and monsters too! A lot of our donated clothing comes from the Price family and friends in Northern Ireland, as well as dental health supplies. Among the clothing donated for all... Continue Reading →
Mateo Caba says his hometown of Chajul does not have a single attorney, which allows outside interests to trample people’s rights. He cites the example of a hydroelectric project that is under construction not far from the town. Although Chajul desperately needs an alternative to firewood, which degrades air quality and is causing deforestation of... Continue Reading →
Every year, on October's full moon night, a natural mystery unfolds from the depths of the Mekong River. October full moon marks the end of Buddhist Lent, and on this night small balls of fire shoot up from the Mekong River. The heart of these fireball sightings lies in Nong Khai Province and reaching to... Continue Reading →
About a month and a half ago the road outside of our house was completely flooded. Half of the city was flooded, actually, and we needed knee high rain boots just to get out of our house. It was a cloudy but at the moment dry afternoon and as we stood locking our gate on... Continue Reading →
Many of our volunteers spend time at Kamplaphanatawee School (or, Kamplafa). This is the school Mundo Exchange has supported and worked alongside for nearly 10 years now, and the focal point of our current campaign to help continue education for underprivileged kids with Teachers for Thailand. Past volunteer and intern Emily spent time teaching at Kamplaphanatawee... Continue Reading →