Empower Children For A Bright Future

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The Hubs of Asia

The Hubs of Asia is made up of The Hub Hong Kong, The Hub Myanmar (Shwe Ya Min Foundation) and The Hub Thailand (The Hub Saidek/Childline Thailand).  Together they share one mission – to provide and serve children and youth who are living under disadvantaged circumstances, help them to break the poverty cycle and excel to pursue their dreams.

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The Hub Hong Kong

The Hub Hong Kong aims to enrich, embrace and empower disadvantaged children and youth with equal opportunities to become contributing citizens. Established in 2013, The Hub Hong Kong is a children's support centre in Sham Shui Po, one of the poorest districts in Hong Kong. We provide holistic developmental programs to children in need, including educational support, extra-curricular classes, family counselling, health and wellness services.  We nurture them with better life opportunities to attain social equality. The Hub Hong Kong is not only a space where children can play and learn but also somewhere they can call their “second home”.

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The Hub Myanmar

The Hub Myanmar is a young charity set up to to assist homeless, impoverished, abused and otherwise disadvantaged children and youth by providing them access to education, health care, counsellin and life skills training. Our mission is to ensure disadvantaged children in Myanmar receive the support they need to escape the cycle of poverty.

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The Hub Thailand

The Hub Thailand, working in association with Childline Thailand, aims to provide children in Thailand with trusted and reliable access to protection, health and human services, as is their right, and which the Thai Government adheres to through its ratification of the UN Convention on the Rights of a Child. Based on the philosophy that all children and young adults should have the opportunity to learn as a basic right, The Hub Thailand functions as a unique youth service offering alternative education opportunities, intensive youth case-work and a ‘Skills for Living’ programme integrated into the model.