The Jungle Box Project, initiated in 2016, is a nonprofit that aims to provide a basic medicine box, basic healthcare equipment and a water filtration system for hilltribe villages and refugee camps located in remote areas who do not have direct access to nearby health stations or hospitals, either in or outside of Thailand.
To cater for the needs of these communities, the Jungle Box consists of a set of first-aid equipment along with standard basic medication organized through the demands of each bodily system. The Jungle Box Set also includes manuals that provide villagers with basic knowledge of health and self-sustainable well-being.
Our mission is to install our Jungle Boxes in these villages that lack the necessary or basic standards of healthcare. To do this, we organize on-foot trips—or whatever means the path permits—and install them with the guidance of the village healthcare representatives (VHR) reps.