Located in Chiang Mai, Thailand, the Agape Home for babies with HIV/AIDS opened in May 1996 as a response to the plight of children impacted by the spread of HIV/AIDS across Thailand.
Many of the children who come to the Agape Home to live are, or are at risk of being, HIV positive. Many of them have already lost their parents to AIDS, and there are no other options for their care.
Agape Home provides a loving family for 100+ children aged 0-21 yrs.
Our services include:
- Nikki’s Place – Agape Home: orphanage for Thai children with HIV/AIDS
- Project Lek: at-home assistance for HIV+ children living in nearby villages
- MBU: housing & care for mothers & babies with HIV/AIDS
- Jarawee Village: homes for the older Agape children to live in families