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All for Villages Founders Gary & Amanda donating to Takuapa Hospital

Sea Gypsy family of Koh Phayam

Moken Boats moored at Koh Payam

Delightful Moken Kids of Koh Payam

Jill Rescued !!!

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Moken Sea Gypsies - Koh Payam

The Moken people are a nomadic group, originally migrating from South China, who now reside on islands and villages off of the mainland of Thailand and Burma.


HIV & Hospital - Takua pa

All for Villages recognizes those in the community who are unable to provide for their own basic needs so a fund was established to support them during harder times.


Sterilize Dogs/Cats - Koh Payam

A healthy community means both people and animals. All for Villages initiated a Sterilization program for street dogs and cats; none existed on Koh Payam.



As part of the changing community needs, All for Villages now offers individual support to help provide long term solutions in a number of different ways.


Gary’s Special Project

Improving the existing water system; adding tanks, pumps, pipes & plumbing !

Being well established in our community, often projects are presented to us for our consideration and support. In the past we have been involved with FED (Foundation for Education and Development); an organization specifically targeting Burmese people living and working in Thailand.
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Recent Posts

Trash 4 Cash – Latest Project with the Moken Community on Koh Payam

As everyone is aware, ocean plastic waste has become a major problem all over the world and is choking our oceans and sea life.  All for Villages have teamed up with Ranong Recyclers who are funded by Jan & Oscar Foundaton.  Lately the Moken go out on their boats in search of a catch that […]

Special Events & Acknowledgements

Gary’s Well Projects on Koh Payam

Gary’s Well Projects on Koh Payam

MOKEN VILLAGE WATER WELLS Friday 2/13/15 Gary and George went to the village by bike, walking, and raft. Well #1-is used for washing in the center of the village.  Fortunately Philip had the well cleaned by people climbing down the well and removing the debris.  He also purchased a new cover,

We love our Koh Payam Kids
Supporting Our Community

We love our Koh Payam Kids

All for villages has initiated an after school program where the kids make beautiful hand-made cards for sale across the island The children are a mix of Thai, Moken Sea Gypsy and Burmese.  We believe no matter what culture or race, all children deserve the opportunity to an education to improve