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WHO MADE THIS SITE AND WHY

This Web site was created, and is maintained, by the students at the Redemptorist Vocational School for the Disabled RVSD in Pattaya, Thailand, in collaboration with their teachers and headmaster, and is supported by expertise, services, and financial contributions from the world community.

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WHAT IS THE PATTAYA COMPLEX

The Pattaya Complex is our own coined phrase for an amazing array of projects for orphans and disabled youths that are located in and around the city of Pattaya, Thailand.
An enumeration of these projects is as follows:
An Orphanage
The Pattaya Orphanage currently handles about 170 children. There are three nuns working at the orphanage. They belong to a Catholic Order of nuns called Lovers of the Cross, Chantaburi.

The children range in age from newly born to University students. The orphanage encourages the children to go for higher education at university or vocational training after high school. Four orphans are presently studying at various Universities.
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A school for the handicapped
The RVSD currently has about 200 students in the school. They learn either Electronic or Computer Science. A prospective student must be at least 17 years of age. There are 21 teachers and three volunteer teachers. Almost all of the staff are themselves disabled.

The school has been recognized as the best in Thailand and the surrounding countries. Sine the founding of the school, 100% of every graduating class has obtained a job in the business world upon graduation.
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A school for the deaf
The school has 60 young students. Although there are a few children with partial hearing, almost all the students are totally deaf

The school is located right next to the orphanage. It is a pre-school kindergarten, preparing the children to enter the Baen Saen government school which is about a half hour away.
It begins the process of teaching them the signing skills required for a successful life.
There are four teachers at the school.
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A school for the blind
The school has over 90 children. The head-mistress is herself a blind person. She has two degrees in education of the blind. One is from the United States and the other is from Thailand.

A new school complex allows blind children a special school to learn how to cope with their disability. These kids live and learn at the school and then go home on the weekends.
Each year, a new grade is added to the school to accommodate the growing students. Presently the school is teaching up to the ninth grade.
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A Rehab center for Runaway children
The Street Kids Home provides a place of safety and nurtured care for kids who are either homeless or have run away from home. There are currently over 30 children at the home.

If a child agrees, the staff will reunite the child with his or her parents and then accompany the child back to his home. However most of these kids have no real home to return to. Most of the children at the home are placed in local schools and continue to live at the home.
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An Old Peoples Home
This home was established to provide a special place for Displaced elderly people who were stateless and without any place to go.

The Thai government has initiated a similar program and this activity does not accept new residents but allows the current residents to stay for the remainder of their lives. These are 11 old people remaining at the home.
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