Population: 67,741,401 - ranks 20th worldwide
Official Language: Thai
Religion: Freedom of religion
Geography: Area - 513,115 sq. km. A fertile and well-watered land.
Anti-Human Trafficking Rescue
The Gabrielle House opened in June 2010. Hand of of Hope fully funded the building of this facility. This home is a refuge for many girls being rescued from human trafficking and forced prostitution. After girls are rescued , they are restored spiritually, emotionally and taught a trade.
Seventeen of Joyce’s books have been translated and printed in the Thai and Karin languages; over 481,000 books have been distributed through outreaches.
Hand of Hope funds 3 children's homes, caring for over 45 children.
- 2011: Hand of Hope served thousands of families who suffered due to the massive flooding. Supply relief bags, which contained rice, tin fish, oil and vegetables along with Joyce’s bookTell Them I Love Them were provided to families. We worked with four churches to set up facilities in five locations for temporary housing, each of which had food, bedding and temporary shower and toilet facilities.
- 2004: Hand of Hope partnered with other ministries to help bring relief to hurting people during the Tsunami.
Hand of Hope serves hundreds of thousands of meals yearly through our feeding programs in this country.
Joyce Meyer Ministries operates a field office in Thailand, reaching parts of Southeast Asia.
- 2017: Joyce held a conference in Chiang Mai ministering to 500 Pastors
- 2012: Joyce held a conference in Bangkok where over 32,000 attended and more than 9,200 received Christ.
- 2009: Joyce held a conference in Chang Mai, where over 56,000 attended and more than 15,200 received Christ.
Hand of Hope has partnered with John Maxwell's EQUIP leadership training ministry to conduct the Million Leaders Mandate, a global initiative striving to train at least one million leaders worldwide.
2011: Our volunteers treated 1,497 patients in Pateung, Hui Mae Sai and Mae You. Over 100 people gave their hearts to the Lord!
Hand of Hope supports the establishment of new churches within this country. We also partner with A21 to rescue and restore those trapped in human trafficking.
Television and Radio
Joyce’s Enjoying Everyday Life television show is available in Thai, Hindi, and Telugu in select areas across the country.
Through our Water Relief program, Hand of Hope helps dig wells to provide fresh drinking water to villages.