The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma

by DARE Network (Drug and Alcohol Recovery and Education Network)
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma
The Amazing Project - Stepping Back to Burma

Project Report | Oct 17, 2019
Conditions

By Pam Rogers | Capacity Advisor

Conditions
Conditions

The rainy season is over.  The slow drying of the land will now continue until May 2020.  It will get cold and then it will get hotter and more humid, reaching 45 degrees on a regular basis.

Our core staff, Law La Say, Kir, Major and Day Wah travel through floods, landslides, and dust laden trails, in our ancient truck, motor scooters, boats and on foot to bring supplies, food and encouragement to our DARE Teams in the refugee camps and inside Karen State.

In the rain the roads turn into slippery mud, in the dry heat the mud turns to dust so pervasive it invades the lungs.  There is no escape.

The heat slows everything down.  We have no fancy air conditioned buildings to cool off.  It is so hot you could fry an egg on your brain.  And yet, accounts must be kept, budgets planned, proposals written, plans implemented and monitored, reports written.  Try that when your brain just wants to lie down.

And yet, we have made it through another monsoon season.  Sweet December is not so far off.  Spirits rise and the work is done.

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By Pam Rogers | Capacity Advisor/Addiction Trainer

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DARE Network (Drug and Alcohol Recovery and Education Network)

Location: Mae Sariang, Mae Hong Son - Thailand
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Pam Rogers
Mae Sariang , Mae Hong Son Thailand
$73,423 raised of $80,000 goal
 
1,313 donations
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