Provides non-formal education and vocational training to detainees, street children, women sex workers, young ethnic girls and people living with HIV/AIDS. The Good Shepherd Sisters give priority to the problem of human trafficking in Phuket, which is ever worsening due to recent economic problems in Thailand and neighbouring countries. The situation leads to massive migration, which enables human traffickers to attract more labour into human trafficking. Therefore, The Good Shepherd Sisters is developing a project to empower women and children to address the problem of human trafficking.
Quintin is a former London Stock Exchange employee. He has worked for a number of charitable projects, and has been involved with The Huntington's Disease APPG, gaining much needed parliamentary support and media attention for this much overlooked tragic disease. Quintin is responsible for raising the funds to build the school and also working as a liaison between international donors and the project. Its also Quintin's role to ensure this project maintains momentum and is seen through to completion in a timely manner and within budget. Quintin is working pro-bono