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“Pun Moo” is E-Saan Language. “Pun ” means share, and “Moo” means friend.  Therefore “Pun Moo” means share to friend. We would like to promote our representative as “Pun Moo” to do Fund Raising for doing good with our target groups at project site areas, border Thai-Laos.

We gave the name ” Pun Moo” as a name of a humble buffalo. Pun Moo is as sincere, patient, and ready to struggle as the peaceful Health and Share Foundation aiming to distribute happiness and to relieve suffers by providing comfort zones for empowering the outreach to be healthy and within equal rights as the others.

Pun Moo, the observer who loves to utilize existing resources for appropriate ways of life and to promote community participation in terms of planning, taking action, and applying local wisdom for developing the community, youth groups, the outreach children and people in six districts (Khemmarat, Natan, Pho Sai, Kudkaopoon, Warin Chamrab, and Kuang Nai), Ubon Ratchathani province, Thailand

Pun Moo empowers people with sex diversities and Karaoke sex workers to be within equal rights and to live happily together with the others in communities as well as to be socially accepted for accessing equal health services in Thai-Lao boarder, Ubon Ratchathani province.

Pun Moo promotes happy living among people by promoting health care among family members, community people, and people with HIV/AIDS in Khemmarat and Natan districts, Ubon Ratchathani.


Thank you for kindly supporting us

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Announcement of Study Tour

2012-06-19 22:44:05 admin

Are you interested in community based health NGO work?

HEALTH and SHARE Foundation (HSF) currently has been working on HIV/AIDS care and a prevention project at Thai-Lao border area in Ubon Ratchathani province, Thailand.

There have been about 500,000 HIV positive people existing in Thailand nowadays. After Thai government provides free Antiretroviral (ARV) drugs, new cases of HIV positive have been decreased in total. However, there have been still issues left to be overcome since some HIV positive cases taking ARV stop drugs by themselves after they realize that they become healthier.

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The memorable day of Independence for SHARE Thailand

2012-06-01 12:19:10 admin

by Fumiko Kudo, Health Project Consultant for SHARE

[gallery link="file"] On May 5, Health and Share Foundation (HSF), outgrown from SHARE Thailand, established itself as an independent, indigenous Thai NGO. Way back in May 1990, SHARE launched its first, independent overseas health project in Yasothon Province, Isan (North-east Region of the country) just after it started to stand on its own in Japan. I, Fumiko Kudo, under the auspices and cooperation of Dr. Samroon Yangratoke, the then director of CDC 7 (Communicable Disease Control office, Zone 7), entered Ubon Rachathani Province where the CDC head office was situated and I participated in the joint Diarrhea Control Project between CDC 7 and Yasothon Provincial Public Health Office. At that time the Isan region was suffering greatly from diarrheal endemic and Yasothon used to be the epicenter.
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2012-05-03 11:13:02 admin

After a lengthy registration process, the Thailand office of the Japanese NGO “SHARE” was approved by the Thai Ministry of Interior on February 15th 2012 to register as a Thai foundation.  The foundation’s new name is HEALTH AND SHARE FOUNDATION (HSF) in English.  The Thai pronunciation is Muniti Peua Sukapaap le Gaan Benpan (Moh.Soh.Poh)

To become a registered foundation in Thailand, SHARE’s management staff demonstrated sound leadership and good direction on local, community-based projects, proving an ability to function independently from SHARE NGO headquarters in Japan. Although SHARE Thailand is now called HEALTH AND SHARE FOUNDATION, the foundation will continue to work on health and social empowerment issues through social outreach under the direction of its effective management team, along with the cooperation of community members and local organizations.

The logo


The Logo Meaning

The logo depicts two people holding hands in order to fill their mutual hearts with kindness, cheerful and positive energy, knowledge, and experience, which will be used to improve the opportunities for those with no chance to improve their health.  The blue color represents the positive energy of people who truly desire to work in cooperation with others for the development of sustainable health for the people of Thailand’s Issan region. The logo is meant to show the HEALTH AND SHARE FOUNDATION’s increased focus on health issues and capacity-building among disadvantaged people in the community through sound management and cooperation with local organizations and community members to reach the ultimate goal of better health for all.


Announcement of the foundation establishment ceremony

We will hold the foundation establishment ceremony as belowed schedule.

Date: 5th May

Time: 7:09 AM


(address: 192 Visitsi road, Moo 7, Khemarat sub-district,  Khemarat district, Ubonratchathani Province)

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