The Burmese government has been oppressing the indigenous Karen population for decades. Due to the Burmese government’s oppression, medical assistance for the Karen people is not supported by any governmental agency, and non-governmental organizations are not permitted to operate in this zone. The Karen peoples living in Thailand have established 35 clinics for the Karen living inside Burma, but most lack electricity. Green Empowerment will provide solar-powered electricity to 7 clinics.
We will provide small photovoltaic (PV) systems to 7 clinics. We will provide training for the surgeons, medics, and repairmen to keep the systems operating, and to install and relocate the systems as required.
Electrification makes possible lighting required for medical procedures and power for medical devices. Better treatment will result for casualties of the conflict along the Thai-Burma border and for patients affected by malaria and other illnesses.
Project Leader: Andrea Johnson
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