Provide Education for 470 Burmese Migrant Children

by Foundation for Education and Development (GHRE)
Vetted
Dec 21, 2010

See How Burmese Migrant Children Live and work in South Thailand

Dear Friends and Supporters,

Please click the link below to watch a short video of how Burmese Migrant Children live in South Thailand. There is also a short message from our Executive Director. Please do share the video with your friends and families.

I hope this video helps you all to better understand how your money is being used to help Burmese migrant children access education and bring themselves out of the vicious cycle of poverty that has afflicted their families for generations.

http://on.fb.me/FED-GHREvideo

The first child in the video lives and works on a rubber plantation. The second child lives on a construction site. Both are FED-GHRE students.

Many thanks for your support,

Wishing you a happy and prosperous 2011 !!

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Foundation for Education and Development (GHRE)

Location: Takuapa, Phang Nga - Thailand
Website: http:/​/​www.ghre.org
Project Leader:
Mark Del Greco
Development Director
Phang Nga, Thailand

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