Maeying Huamjai Phattana (translated as “Women Mobilizing for Development”) or MHP, is a non-profit association (or NPA) organization that is registered under the decree on associations (No 115/PM, dated April 29th 2009). With improved livelihoods for women as the starting point, MHP emphasizes women’s empowerment, access to resources, improved nutrition, income generation and market access, women’s and children’s rights and organizational learning in its programs.
The mission of MHP is MHP seeks to build the capacity of the people, and poor women in rural areas in particular, so that they have a higher quality of life, in which they can take control of their destiny in sustainable ways. MHP has eighteen staff they are working full time.
Mission: MHP aspires to be an independent and effective association, which is able to develop communities to be ‘complete’, having education, peace, justice, equal opportunities for women and men, and respect for their culture. Benefits will be gained in participatory ways, which ensures balance in the community and the local environment.