Thank you for donating to our Microproject on Global Giving. Your kind donations will go toward the purchase of safety equipment for our truck that takes all the supplies and support to our 60 workers and hundreds of refugee clients and volunteers in the 5 camps on the Thai Burma Border. The rainy season is upon us and the mountain roads are slick with mud. We are driving very carefully indeed and sometime taking boats up the Salaween River to reach the camps.
We still need a little more support for this project but soon we will be able to add the equipment to our vehicle.
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