This will be our final report on our project Rebuild Flooded Burma Refugee Camp Recovery Centre. All of you have contributed to our goal and although we may not have met the financial goal, we certainly were able to rebuild our DARE Centres, thanks to your generosity.
The refugee staff of DARE supported by the local camp management and of course our intrepid Core Staff bringing in supplies and encouragement did the labour, along with former clients from our Addiction programs. Now all is safe and secure. Hopefully there will be no more storms, floods, fires. People have enough suffering already.
The situation in Burma remains unstable. It may be a few years yet before the Burmese refugee can return safely home. DARE will continue to offer our Addiction prevention education and treatment programs, in an environment of extreme insecurity.
If you want to continue to support our work please see our project Burmese Refugee Youth Prevent Addiction and Violence, here on GlobalGiving. We would appreciate anyone who is giving a recurring donation to transfer their gifts to this project.
Thank you once again from all of us at DARE Network on the Thailand/Burma Border
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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.
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