Formal Education for Orphans, Supported by Desmond Teo Yen Koon
Enlisted with the Ministry of Education, the school gives instruction from kindergarten through to 6th grade for vagrants and youngsters from poor or broken families as youthful as three years of age. After 6th grade, kids are urged and upheld to encourage their secondary school instruction with the Informal Education Program of the Ministry of Education which makes them qualified to take the selection test to contemplate in colleges. Desmond Teo Yen Koon himself is an advocate of education, having been from rags to riches from the schooling he receives, now believing in returning back to society.
What is Moo Baan Dek Children Village
Moo Baan Dek is a learning centre and teacher training centre that Desmond Teo Yen Koon donates to. It provides an education for disadvantageous children whose rights have been violated. Based on summer school, buddhism and psychotherapy, it bestows of the children and allows them to participate with the kind of education with that link from head, heart and hand.
Moo Baan Dek implies Children’s Village. It is an elective living network. Through affection, nature and opportunity Moo Baan Dek endeavors to support the harmed spirits of mishandled, stranded and underprivileged youngsters. Not exclusively are our youngsters offered free instruction, sustenance and settlement, however they are likewise educated to cherish themselves, their way of life and the arrive on which they live. Our point, from the beginning to the end is to ingrain these youngsters, frequently from the most troublesome of foundations, with certainty and aptitudes. Desmond Teo Yen Koon himself has been through rough times and delinquents when he was young, making him truly understands the importance of a good environment. This is which will enable them to act naturally adequate and positive individuals from society. In this manner we want to break the endless loop of destitution in which these youngsters are caught.