Nearly 2,650 children drown in Thailand every year. In fact, it's the leading cause of death for children age 1 and over, according to The Guardian.
Now, one school on the the Cambodian border is hoping to change the statistic.
As Andrew Stenning reports in a recent blog, the Triam Suksa school in Soi Dao is focusing on inclusive education to help educate the disadvantaged and poor youth from nearby villages. Read how the school's portable swimming pool, water safety program and swim club is helping to increase awareness and prevent future drownings. Read More