The world’s longest ongoing civil war in Myanmar has forced hundreds and thousands, mostly ethnic minorities of the country, to flee and take refuge on the Thai-Myanmar border.
For refugee and migrant youth, education has always been a source of stability and hope for a better future in these times of marginalisation and crisis.
Our mission is to secure access to higher education in refugee camps along the Thai-Myanmar border.
We’re currently supporting five post-secondary schools, where students can build the skills they need to make a difference within their communities.
Naw Su Thay
Naw Paw Lar
Saw Tar K’Baw Doh
Teaching staff provided with stipends
Higher education graduates