The Center was established in 1992 in order to help affected by leprosy. Today, we run as the Hill Tribe children boarding school, a center for children living with disabilities and Camillian Junior/Minor seminary. Endorsed by the Thai Government. The center now holds 250 children who are brought up into a family atmosphere and follow alternate programs and activities while studying at the local school. Seven projects outside of the center are run to support and develop the quality of life in the poor villages. The scholarships for thousand students are provided by the center and are supported by the “Long Distance Adoptions” with benefactors from abroad.