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Stories

We keep up-to-date with what is happening in Mae Sot. Through local news and feature stories we engage ourselves with the children’s lives making us more attuned to their needs.

BMWEC Schools Working Towards Self-Sufficiency

Good Morning and Has Thoo Lei are maintaining gardens and practicing animal husbandry primarily to lower the costs for students’ meals.

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DOI’s Medical Team Visits Hsa Thoo Lei

Displaced Orphan International’s (DOI) Medical team from America visited Mae Sot in January to give free medical check ups and treatments to migrant children.

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STTC Participates in My Story Photo Project

Students from the Science and Technolgy Training Center (STTC), BMWEC’s only vocational school, spent 2 hours each day taking photos and compiling them to create a story.

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What We Do

Educational programs led by Community-Based Organisations (CBO) in Mae Sot help to ensure that Burmese migrant children will have the knowledge and skills that allow them to move positively forward with their lives towards a better future, while retaining their culture and identity whether in or outside of Burma. All You Need is Love supports this increasingly complex task.

We engage in local partnerships through which funding can be channeled. We believe this is the right approach to safeguard ethics and best practices in financial services and operational management. Our local partner in Mae Sot is the Burmese Migrant Workers Education Committee (BMWEC).

Who We Work With

BMWEC is one of the major CBO in Mae Sot. Its focus and sole objective is to improve the standard of education available to the migrant Burmese and ethnic minority population living along the border, while working toward gaining recognition and legal status within the Thai educational system. BMWEC fundamentally shares our mission and vision.

In the last 12 years since it has been founded, BMWEC has played a major role in the transformation of education for migrant children along the Thai-Burma border.

Currently, there are 25 schools and a number of boarding houses under its umbrella. BMWEC has a total of 213 teachers and of 4,561 students split across 17 primary schools (8 with attached boarding houses), 1 secondary school, 1 vocational school,
4 night schools, 2 schools inside Myanmar (Burma) and 1 stand-alone boarding house.