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DARE Network (Drug and Alcohol Recovery and Education Network)

Org #6210
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2001
year founded
$226,030
raised on GlobalGiving
13
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

DARE (Drug & Alcohol Recovery & Education) Network is a grassroots national NGO. DARE Network provides culturally appropriate non-medical treatment & prevention education to reduce substance abuse & associated social issues within the communities of displaced ethnic people from Burma, along the Thai/Burma border. DARE Network envisions the strength of ethnic people from Burma to use the power of recovery from addiction as a non-violent means to resist oppression. A Free Mind Cannot Be Destroyed.

Project Leaders
Pam Rogers
Pam Rogers
Team
Saw Law La Say, Det Sot, Pam Rogers, Kiri Manutsayachat, Saw Major, Naw Naw Meu, Cha Su, Naw T'Aye, Naw Ruth, Edward Blakeney
Organization Information
249/1 Moo 4, Toon Phrao
P.O. Box 47
Mae Sariang, Mae Hong Son 58110
Thailand
66 89 851 6253
Organization Information
249/1 Moo 4, Toon Phrao
P.O. Box 47
Mae Sariang, Mae Hong Son 58110
Thailand
66 89 851 6253

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Celebrate the Progress and Take the Next Step

By Pam Rogers | Capacity Advisor/Addiction Specialist

Dear Friends The Migrantland Project is moving along step by step. Thanks to many individuals and the Glen Treatment Centres in Australia and the Primate World Relief and Development Fund, DARE... Read the full report ›

Many steps forward and a few back

By Pam Rogers | Capacity Advisor/Addiction Specialist

In 2007 UNHCR, the Thailand Government and countries around the world resettled 80,000 people from the refugee camps on the Thai/Myanmar Border. Since that time, the camps are again full holding well... Read the full report ›

Many steps forward and a few back

By Pam Rogers | Capacity Advisor/Addiction Specialist

In 2007 UNHCR, the Thailand Government and countries around the world resettled 80,000 people from the refugee camps on the Thai/Myanmar Border. Since that time, the camps are again full holding well... Read the full report ›
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