Funded by the ANCF, a cultural and vocational center opened at Hassan Sham camp


To facilitate cultural, social and vocational activities for the displaced children, youth and adults at Hassan Sham camp, the Thai Act Now Children's Fund collaborated with BCF to establish a center called Coexistence ‘Pekewejyan’.

The Coexistence Cultural and Vocational center opened today 27th August 2017 in a ceremony that was attended by representatives from the ANCF, community leaders, Musa Ahmad the BCF president, a number of displaced children and their parents and the camp administration.  In a short speech given by Mr Musa Ahmad he reiterated BCF’s commitment to assist the displaced people through major humanitarian sectors in which BCF is active. Mr Musa reminded the audience that this was not BCF’s first and last project, the foundation has been beside the displaced people since the very first days of their displacement providing them with relief assistance in major humanitarian sectors.


In a short speech by Mr Spenser Edward, a representative from the ANCF he appreciated BCF’s efforts to collaborate with his organization in order to make this project happen. He added, ‘ our collaboration with the BCF will continue in the future with new projects to benefit displaced people.’ Another representative of the ANCF, mr Jonathan Wood reiterated his college’s remarks by saying ‘we hope this center will gather you and your children, we have decided to remain here for a longer time to assist the people here and assist them to improve their lives.’