Khun Nat is cured

Khun Nat is cured

Khun Nat from Bangkok’s biggest slum Khlong Toei is one amongst many others BE Health’s peer educators took care of. This young man worked in the harbour next to the slum and was infected by tuberculosis through his father and brother with whom he lived in the same shanty. When one of BE Health’s peer educators visited him during the very beginning of his medical treatment, he found a weak and sad man. His father and brother just died from tuberculosis and he wished to follow them. BE Health’s peer educator Nattapol visited him every week. He made sure Khun Nat took his medication and coached him until he was cured. Together with his youngest brother, Khun Nat started a few months ago his own business in T-shirt customization and feels happy to be alive.



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After seven years of inspiring challenges and exciting activity, and thanks to all our donors, we are proud of having reached tangible and successful outcomes.

We though want to achieve more. And while we look back with gratitude to see how far we’ve come, we are happy to inform you that we now are in the process of developing a new programme to extend our mission. We wish that more hotels in all regions could actively participate in spreading health and increase their positive impact in local communities.

The fundamental change in BE Health’s mission and structure involves the end of BE Health's current operations in Bangkok and Djibouti. However, we will be active soon again.

We will update the content of this website to share as soon as possible our new mission and objectives with you. In the meantime, we would like to thank you for your understanding.