Homma Kancho visit to Thailand- First Cassava (tapioca) Harvest at AHAN Bilay House Orphanage, Thailand


Hard work by everyone- 13 hectors harvested in over 100 degree heat for over one week. This harvest is a great step forward toward independence for the children of Bilay House.As an AHAN Nippon Kan supported project, Homma Kancho stops by to help launch harvest activities.

Homma Kancho and AHAN Nippon Kan first built Bilay House Orphanage in 2011. Since that time the Bilay House Orphanage has been expanded with the building of the AHAN Bilay House Cultural Center, guest housing and other facility improvements.

Bilay House Orphanage is home for children of the Karen tribe refugees from neighboring country of Myanmar.