Rebuild Flooded Burma Refugee Camp Recovery Centre

 
$12,716
$8,656
Raised
Remaining
Mar 12, 2012

Let the Rebuilding Begin!

The material for the new DARE Center arrived!
The material for the new DARE Center arrived!

You are making it possible. Thanks to your contributions during the Holiday Tribute Campaign we have made incredible progress in restoring our DARE Network Recovery Centres. 

Please see the photos of the work in Nu Poe and Mae La Camps.  Work in Umpiem Mai camp will begin soon, after the clean up from the recent fire.  Floods and Fires!  It’s been a difficult year, but we continue our addiction prevention education and treatment program regardless.  As you can see from the photos, everyone at DARE has pitched into to do the work.

 Even though the flood has receded and our rebuilding is in progress, and thanks to you, we have raised over half of what we need; we still need to keep going until everyone has a safe secure place to work.  

Wednesday, March 14th is GlobalGiving’s first BONUS DAY of the year.  From 12:01 am to 11:59 Eastern Standard time, GlobalGiving will match donations with an additional 30%.  If you want to help us reach our goal, this is a great day to give because a little more will go a lot further.

 Please consider a further gift on BONUS DAY, March 14th. and help us finish the job.

Wooden poles and bricks create the new DARE Center
Wooden poles and bricks create the new DARE Center
Its hard work! Weaving bamboo together.
Its hard work! Weaving bamboo together.
The construction
The construction's ready for the new tin roof
This construction will last for many years!
This construction will last for many years!
New treatment material arrived at the DARE Office.
New treatment material arrived at the DARE Office.

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Project Leader

Pam Rogers

Mae Sariang, Mae Hong Son Thailand

Where is this project located?

Map of Rebuild Flooded Burma Refugee Camp Recovery Centre