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Education

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Project: 60 scholarships
Partner: KAKO
Location: Siem Reap ,
Sponsorship Started: 2017
Total Beneficiaries: 60
 students
Project Cycle: January 2017 – October 2017
Annual Budget: €15.515  ($18.240)

60 scholarship students - some of the poorest children in Siem Reap province - would have lost their chance to go to school by 1st January 2017 because they lost their funding. We were able to guarantee the continuation of their education.

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Project: Baan Huay Hin Lad Nok Community School
Partner: Hin Lad Nok Community School
Location: Chiang Rai province ,
Sponsorship Started: 2017
Total Beneficiaries: 20
 students
Project Cycle: September 2017 - April 2018
Annual Budget: €7.610  ($8.830)

The Baan Huay Hin Lad Nok Community School provides quality education to children in a rural village in Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand. Their education programme combines formal education with local education methods, which helps to preserve the local traditions and provide useful knowledge relevant to the community. Our support provides for the operating costs, education materials and the funding for an income generating beekeeping project.

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Project: Baan Pha Lai Community School
Partner: Inter Mountain Peoples’ Education and Culture in Thailand
Location: Chiang Dao ,
Sponsorship Started: 2017
Total Beneficiaries: 55
 students and teachers
Project Cycle: May 2017 - April 2018
Annual Budget: €35.000  ($41.000)

80 Preschool students from 13 marginalised ethnic minority groups near Chiang Dao in northern Thailand saw the funding of their school drying up. We could avoid the closing of their school thanks to a generous sponsor.

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Project: Boarding house for Shan youth
Partner: Koung Jor Shan Refugee Camp
Location: Piang Luang ,
Sponsorship Started: 2012
Total Beneficiaries: 15
 Children
Project Cycle: May 2016 - April 2017
Annual Budget: €6.779  ($7.697)

The boarding house offers up to 20 children an environment that is as close to a normal family life as possible. They attend the local Thai school and learn English, Shan, Burmese and computer skills at the camp in the evenings.

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Project: English language classes for migrant children
Partner: Tomato Village Learning Center
Location: Ban Huai Makhuea Som Village ,
Sponsorship Started: 2014
Total Beneficiaries: 50-70
 children
Project Cycle: May 2017 – April 2018
Annual Budget: €6.350  ($7.450)

Tomato Village Learning Center offers English lessons to children ages six to 18. Most of these children belong to Burmese migrant or ethnic minorities, which puts them at a disadvantaged position in society. Proficiency in the English language will give these children better job opportunities and with that comes improved livelihood options.

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Project: English language programme at orphanage
Partner: Mary Sweet Home Orphanage
Location: Piang Luang ,
Sponsorship Started: 2016
Total Beneficiaries: 70 - 75
 students
Project Cycle: January 2016 - December 2016
Annual Budget: €4.268  ($4.516)

An English language programme is running for orphans and children living in Piang Luang village. Students learn language skills that will give them the opportunity to further their education at a vocational training centre or tertiary institution and increase their job options.

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Project: Food and medicine
Partner: Ban Nai Soi Community Learning Centre
Location: Ban Nai Soi village ,
Sponsorship Started: 2016
Total Beneficiaries: 80 - 90
 students, teachers and volunteers
Project Cycle: January 2017 – March 2018
Annual Budget: €13.100  ($15.700)

The Ban Nai Soi Community Learning Centre offers great educational opportunities to migrant youth who have no access to ‘regular’ education. Without the provision of food and medicine, many of the poorest students would not be able to attend.

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Project: Intensive English Career Bridging Program
Partner: Mehm Kan Kyi Education Network
Location: Mawlamyine ,
Sponsorship Started: 2015
Total Beneficiaries: 16
 students
Project Cycle: December 2015 - January 2017
Annual Budget: €18.270  ($19.325)

Intensive English Career Bridging Program is a one-year programme that includes a three-month internship, which was established to address the inequalities experienced by different ethnic groups in the Burmese border states. The programme targets talented young adults with leadership potential and a drive to promote change in their communities.

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Project: Preschools in Cambodia
Partner: KAKO
Location: Siem Reap ,
Sponsorship Started: 2013
Total Beneficiaries: 75
 children
Project Cycle: October 2013 - ongoing
Annual Budget: €15.220  ($18.250)

In remote villages surrounding Siem Reap we are expanding educational opportunities available to preschoolers, preparing them for primary school and providing the chance to be a "child" instead of falling behind their peers.

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Project: Roof renovation for Koung Jor Nursery School
Partner: Shan Women's Action Network
Location: Piang Luang ,
Sponsorship Started: 2017
Total Beneficiaries: 120
 children
Project Cycle: October 2017 - November 2017
Annual Budget: €580  ($670)

A nursery with a leaking roof is no environment for children. Thanks to our sponsor, the Brodtbeck Philanthropy Foundation, and partnership with the Shan Women's Action Network (SWAN), we will ensure that the roof is renovated. The children and teachers at Koung Jor Nursery School will no longer have to worry about the rainy season or a leaking roof.

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Project: Scholarship fund
Partner: Toonpanya Foundation
Location: Chiang Mai ,
Sponsorship Started: 2016
Total Beneficiaries: 2
 students
Project Cycle: May 2016 - March 2017
Annual Budget: €517  ($587)

The Toonpanya Foundation provides financial support to improve educational opportunities for children in need. We provided the funds for two students to bridge a year that was not yet covered for them.

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Project: Secondary school scholarships
Partner: KAKO
Location: Siem Reap ,
Sponsorship Started: 2012
Total Beneficiaries: 4
 students
Project Cycle: November 2012 - ongoing
Annual Budget: €1.188  ($1.352)

A secondary school scholarship programme that gives students from underprivileged backgrounds the opportunity to complete their education, and open the door to better-paying jobs that would have previously been harder – if not impossible – to qualify for.

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Project: Seven libraries in remote villages
Partner: KAKO
Location: Siem Reap ,
Sponsorship Started: 2013
Total Beneficiaries: 6.750
 children and adults
Project Cycle: June 2013 - ongoing
Annual Budget: €12.302  ($13.708)

In seven remote villages in Siem Reap province, libraries have been established to help the adults and children practice their reading and writing skills. The libraries provide books, magazines and daily newspapers to help the people stay informed.

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Project: Stipend for English teachers
Partner: Koung Jor Shan Refugee Camp
Location: Piang Luang ,
Sponsorship Started: 2016
Total Beneficiaries: over 100
 students and teachers
Project Cycle: September 2016 – ongoing
Annual Budget: €2.046  ($2.406)

In Koung Jor Shan Refugee Camp the leadership set up English classes to increase the opportunities for the children in the community once they are able to leave the camp. A small stipend for the teachers secures the continuity of this important programme.

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Project: Stung Preah Srok Preschool
Partner: KAKO
Location: Siem Reap ,
Sponsorship Started: 2015
Total Beneficiaries: 50
 preschool students
Project Cycle: November 2017 - October 2018
Annual Budget: €3.930  ($4.700)

Stung Preah Srok Preschool in Siem Reap Province suffered a decline in the quality of the services provided to its students. We helped by funding teacher trainings, the reintroduction of basic healthcare and nutritional supplements and an extra class to end overcrowding.

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Project: Supplementary scholarships for Shan youth
Partner: Koung Jor Shan Refugee Camp
Location: Piang Luang ,
Sponsorship Started: 2012
Total Beneficiaries: 9
 students
Project Cycle: May 2016 - April 2017
Annual Budget: €510  ($575)

Shan scholarship students are supported with supplementary scholarships that cover their basic living costs such as clothing, hygienic needs and food. With the aid of academic and supplementary scholarships students have a better chance of succeeding in school, improving their livelihoods and helping their communities.

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Project: Support for teacher salaries
Partner: Foundation for Applied Linguistics
Location: Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai ,
Sponsorship Started: 2017
Total Beneficiaries: 470
 students and teachers
Project Cycle: September 2017 - April 2018
Annual Budget: €29.770  ($35.500)

The Foundation for Applied Linguistics (FAL) supports the educational development for ethnic children in Thailand. They work with schools in remote villages in northern Thailand where minority children face huge difficulties due to a language gap between their local language and the Thai language used at school. FAL offers a specifically designed language programme targeted to improve the language skills of ethnic children.

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Project: University scholarship programme
Partner: KAKO
Location: Siem Reap ,
Sponsorship Started: 2015
Total Beneficiaries: 2
 students
Project Cycle: November 2015 - ongoing
Annual Budget: €2.836  ($3.358)

The university scholarship programme supports secondary school scholarship students who want to continue with their studies after graduation. The programme covers the costs of school tuition, school uniforms, stationery, textbooks and food.

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