In the Hmong language, ‘rau’ means ‘for’.
So this project is for the women and children of the Hmong Village and more.
We proudly work with
RADION International is a relief and development agency that is dedicated to serving the most vulnerable and marginalized communities, by empowering them to overcome poverty and oppression.
If you’re wondering what Radion means, RADION stands for RADIATING MISSION. It is their goal to radiate love and care to the ones who need them most. Not only through words but more importantly through practical actions.
that lives are precious
in making a difference in people’s lives
in bringing hope to the hopeless
that actions speak louder than words
The projects worked on by RauLife aim to help in 3 specific ways:
1. To assist with their COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (CDP) which has community education and mass training to equip rural villagers with work and livelihood skills to earn a living.
2. To provide locals with job opportunities and a platform to apply their skills. This puts rural families on a road to financial recovery and self-reliance.
3. To keep children, especially girls in school, to help them continue in their quest for independence and to come out of the cycle of poverty.