Keep the Rain out of Burma Refugee Recovery Centre

 
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Keep the Rain out of Burma Refugee Recovery Centre

Keep the Rain out of Burma Refugee Recovery Centre
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DARE Recovery Centre roof in Mae La

DARE Recovery Centre roof in Mae La
Holey, leaky, filled with insects, rotting. (view small | med | large | orig)

Frayed at the Edges

Frayed at the Edges
Mae La DARE Centre Roof (view small | med | large | orig)

The Wall

The Wall
The wall attached to the roof will be fixed too. (view small | med | large | orig)

More Fraying

More Fraying
A good tin roof will solve the problem (view small | med | large | orig)
 

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Rebuild Flooded Burma Refugee Camp Recovery Centre
The Thai floods of 2011 started in the north of Thailand, where DARE Network works in 5 Burmese Refugee camps on the Thai/Burma Border. During this rainy season our DARE Centre buildings were badly damaged. We have already rebuilt 1 Centre but need your help with 4 more. DARE (Drug and Alcohol Recovery and Education) Network provides highly successful community-based prevention education and non-medical culturally appropriate addiction treatment to the communities of 150,000 Burmese Refugees. project reportread updates from the field

Project Leader

Pam Rogers

Mae Sariang, Mae Hong Son Thailand

Where is this project located?

Map of Keep the Rain out of Burma Refugee Recovery Centre