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.

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

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HIV/AIDS orphanage Events and childrens outings

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

HIV/AIDS orphanage Events and childrens outings

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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Home History Projects Helps us Links Contact
Thank You Father Giovanni News Letter Handy Craft Volunteering? Events

Run For Kids No, 5

On the 15th of November 2020 at Chaklukya School Stadium, Rayong

Children living with HIV/AIDS Details of the Event.


Details of the precautions against Covid-19.

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Tuffty  doesnít have a sponsor yet, would you like to be her sponsor?

Recently we have accepted responsibility for a new child, her name is Aomsin or as I nicknamed her more or less the first time I meet her Tuffty. Her mother was patent here at the time and she became involved with one of our male nurses and the result is Tuffty.  


I called her Tuffty because of the little spikes of baby hair that where springing from her head at the time. 


Now I have watched her grow up since almost birth and I know that she is a very smart little girl. At the age of about three she was watching me test myself for blood sugar, I retrieved my book from the draw did the test and wrote up the findings. At which time Tuffty took the book and put it back in the drawer but not just on top, like I would of myself. She lifted the other books and put it back exactly where it had been when I came to it. Until the end of the current semester Tuffty had been lucky enough to attend The St, Joseph Catholic School in Rayong. Although I pretty much hate the idea of religion in school, this school is the best academically that are children have a chance of attending. Father Joey our Director told me yesterday that she could no longer continue her studies there as the school is very strict.

His email address is Wutthichai Boonbanlu michelejoe_2528@hotmail.com if you would like to ask him about this.


Unfortunately recently her father has become very ill and canít care for himself and her mother has taken her self off somewhere not being able to cope with her own life situation.  


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Heng & Horn are brother and sister, they both arrived to stay with us on the 29th of April 2020. They were born in Satthaheab Hospital in Chonburi Province which is approximately 30 kilometers from The Camillian Social Center Rayong.

Both of them are HIV Negative. Heng the young boy is 9 years old and his younger sister Horn is just 7.

In 2012 their father sight began to fail as a result of an infection brought on because of his HIV infection. This brought on his dismissal from his work as a Truck Driver. At which time their mother was the sole wage earner. She worked very hard at 3 jobs to provide for the whole family until 2018 when she was killed as a result of a Motorcycle accident.

Fortunately, at that time their fatherís sister was able to help care for the children until such time as the land that they lived on was claimed by the Thai Government for road improvement.

So the whole family became homeless, seeing their plight the head man of the village contacted us and asked for help. The two children are now cared for in our child care project and live with all our other young ones, and their father stays in our Palliative Care Unit. Both children are well but Heng suffers for a hard Tongue which impairs his speech and gives him a tendency to drool.  

Both children are happy and well and very much looking forward to school when they re-open, hopefully in July.

This video says it all.

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For 2016 events please click on this link.

For 2017 events please click on this link.

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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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