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Project: Education and Emergency Support for Myanmar Youth
Location: Mawlamyine ,
Sponsorship Started: 2020
Total Beneficiaries: 11  students
Project Cycle: Feb 2021 - ongoing
Annual Budget: €3.542  ($3.793)

These scholarship students are supported with supplementary funding that covers 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. Full Details

Project: Strengthening Teachers Capacity
Location: Kachin State ,
Sponsorship Started: 2018
Total Beneficiaries: 27 teachers, 2.742 students  
Project Cycle: May 2018 - April 2024
Annual Budget: €23.455  ($24.595)

By keeping 10 schools open all year and giving special training to the teachers, this project ensures 2.700 at-risk children get an education even in such an insecure and conflict-affected area in Northern Myanmar. Full Details

Project: Intensive English Career Bridging Program
Location: Mawlamyine ,
Sponsorship Started: 2015
Total Beneficiaries: 16  students
Project Cycle: December 2015 - January 2020
Annual Budget: €15.823  ($18.933)
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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. Full Details

Project: Loi Sam Sip School
Location: Loi Sam Sip ,
Sponsorship Started: 2018
Total Beneficiaries: 2 teachers, 1 cook and 38 students  
Project Cycle: June 2018 - ongoing
Annual Budget: €20.813  ($22.817)

Located near the Thai-Burma border, Loi Sam Sip school educates children from kindergarten to primary school. This project provides for the basic educational needs, school running costs, 3 teachers and a cook's salaries, and one meal per day for the 38 students. Full Details

Project: Ta K'Paw New School Building (School Repair & Rebuild)
Location: Ta Graeh township, Pa-an District, Karen State ,
Sponsorship Started: June 2022
Total Beneficiaries: 55 and 240  students + teachers, and villagers
Project Cycle: June - Sept 2022
Annual Budget: €10.005  ($11.332)

The existing building had several structural issues, including a leaking roof and decaying floor, making it unsafe for students. While the school initially requested only repairs and a new office with a library, it was later agreed that a new building, using some material repurposed from the old buildings, would be a more viable long-term solution. Full Details

Project: New School Building in Pying Mong village
Location: Pying Mong village ,
Sponsorship Started: July 2019
Total Beneficiaries: 60+  students
Project Cycle: July 2019 - Jan 2020
Annual Budget: €17.589  ($20.037)

Building a school for a community of several villages that have no school, so that children can have a chance to get an education and learn Burmese, opening the door to opportunities that the community never had available to them before. Full Details

Project: School rebuild and emergency repair
Location: Moei River, Karen State ,
Sponsorship Started: June 2020
Total Beneficiaries: 2.341  teachers, students and community
Project Cycle: 2nd June - 30th June 2020
Annual Budget: €16.042  ($18.698)

The project rebuilt schools and teachers' dormitories worn with time and to repair schools affected by the storm on May 20, 2020. These repairs are crucial for the safety and well being of students and teachers to able to continue with their education. Full Details

Project: School reconstruction after fire damage
Location: Mae Kae Khee, Trakuk District, Karen State ,
Sponsorship Started: 2021
Total Beneficiaries: 82  students, teachers
Project Cycle: Jan - July 2021
Annual Budget: €7751  ($9.518)

After a late night fire burnt down the school in October 2021, the community came together to help reconstruct the building, overcoming severe difficulties arising from the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. Full Details

Project: School Power
Location: Ta Graeh, Karen State ,
Sponsorship Started: 2018
Total Beneficiaries: 95 (763)  teachers (students)
Project Cycle: 1st Jan 2022 - 31st Dec 2023
Annual Budget: €58,235  ($63,625)

By strengthening the capacity of Karen teachers in eight targeted schools, this project helps to support the well-being and quality of life for 763 border children and over 350 families in 9 communities in conflict-affected areas on the Thai-Myanmar border. Full Details

Project: Karenni School Power
Location: Eastern Demoso Township, Karenni State ,
Sponsorship Started: 2021
Total Beneficiaries: 723 (41)  students (teachers)
Project Cycle: 1st June 2022 - 31st January 2023
Annual Budget: €33,444  ($35,892)

The project's core objectives included promoting the well-being of teachers by ensuring they received the necessary care and encouragement and providing essential school materials for effective teaching. The initiative aimed to address the nutritional requirements of both students and teachers by helping provide food. This comprehensive approach was aimed at creating the best learning environment possible in the extremely challenging conditions. Full Details