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List of Women's Organizations with web pages

(From: http://www.geocities.com/wari9/thailand.htm)

Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW) http://www.inet.co.th/org/gaattw

National Council of Women of Thailand http://www.inet.co.th/org/ncwt

National Commission on Women's Affairs (Thailand) http://www.inet.co.th/org/tncwa

Address of all organizations with or without web pages

National Council of Women

Clearinghouse and Information Centre

Bangkok 10200

Thailand Gender Development and Research Institute

501/1 Mu 3Dechatungka Road

Sikan, Donmuagn

Bangkok 10210, Thailand

Asian Confederation of Women's Organizations

127/1 Sukumvit 79

Bangkok 10250


National Council For Women of Thailand, Umbrella Organisation.

Manangkasila Mansion, Lanluang Road

Bangkok 10300, Thailand

T: 2 281 0081

F: 2 281 2189

Foundation For Women

35/267 Charansanitwongse Road 62,

Soi Wat Paorohit,

Bangkoknoi, Bangkok 10700.


Mailing address:

Foundation of Women

P.O. Box 47 Bangkoknoi

Bangkok 10700


E-mail: mailto:%[email protected]

Global Alliance Against Trafficking Women (GAATW)

191 Sivalai Condominium, Issaraphap Road, Soi 33, Bangkok Yai

10600 Bangkok, Thailand

Mailing address:

PO Box 1281, Bangkok Post Office,

Bangkok 10500, Thailand

Tel: 662 8641427/28

Fax: 662 864163

E-mail: mailto:%[email protected]

URL: http://www.inet.co.th/org/gaatw

Friends of Women Foundation

(Grassroots Women's Network-GROWNET)

218/16 Soi Pradipat 18, Phayathai

Bangkok 10400


Tel: 279-0867, 278-3551

Women's Information Centre and Foundation

2/3 Soi Wang Lang, Arunamarin Road

Bangkok 10700, Thailand

Mail address:

P.O. Box 7-47

Bangkok 10700

EMPOWER Foundation, supports women in the sex industry

57/60 Tivanond Road

Nontburi 11000, Thailand

Tel: 02-526-8311, 02-968-8021,


Fax: 02-526-3294

New Life Center

P.O. Box 29

Chiang Mai 50000


Tel/fax: 66-53-244-569

Women's Studies Center

Faculty of Social Sciences

Chiangmai University

Chiangmai 50200, Thailand Lanna Women Center

Faculty of Education

Chiang Mai University 50200

T: 66 05 2 221699

Women Education for Advancement and Empowerment (WEAVE)

Chiang Mai University

PO Box 58

Chiang Mai 50202


Tel/fax (66-53) 278-945, 260-193

Asia Pacific Forum on Women Law and Development (APWLD)

Santhitham Y.M.C.A Building,

11 Sermsuk Road, Mengrairasmi

Chiang Mai 50300, Thailand

Tel: (66-53) 404-613/404-614

Fax: (66-53) 404-615

Email: mailto:%[email protected]xinfo.co.th

Highland People Education and Development Foundation

658 Moo 15, Watmai Naakhai Road

T. Robwiang, A. Muang

Chiang Rai 57000

Tel: 66-53-714-772

Fax: 66-53-717-098

Development and Education Programme for Daughters and Communities Center (DEP)

P.O. Box 10, Mae Sai

Chiang Rai 57130


Burmese Women Union

PO Box 42 Mae Hong Son 58000

Tel/fax (66-53) 611-146, 612-361

Email: mailto:%[email protected]

Karen Human Rights Groups

Karen Women's Organization

PO Box 5, Mae Sot

Tak 63110, Thailand

Women's Research and Development Center

Prince of Songkla University,

Faculty of Management Science

Head Yai 90112, Thailand

Women in Development Consortium (WIDCIT)

Network for women in development.

Office of the Rector, Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand

Another list:


List of Non-governmental organisations in Thailand:


And, women organisations with explanations:


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I think that is truly a great list and will be used by many to help women in dire situations.

Do we have a similar list of organisations to help men in dire need? :o

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I think that is truly a great list and will be used by many to help women in dire situations.

Do we have a similar list of organisations to help men in dire need? :)

I don't know of any!

There are organizations for dogs though!

I find it odd that there are organizations for dogs and women! Men don't run into problems?

But, if in need, I suppose men could refer to the list for pubs, casinos, bingo halls, or churches (temples, mosques,...)!

If that fails, refer to the list for hospitals, jails, or cremation services!

Sad, but true!

PS: The same could be said for the lack of resources for men in need in Western countries, BTW! BTW, who pays for all of these organizations?

Edited by rethaired

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