Empower Burmese Migrant Women this holiday season!

by Foundation for Education and Development (GHRE)
Jul 26, 2012

Women's Exchange Activities

Dear Supporters,

We are pleased to inform you that WEDA is once again providing important training to Burmese Migrant Women in Phang Nga, Thailand.  In July, WEDA led by Ma Ni Ni Wan conducted two community visits called “Women Exchange”. The purpose is to give Burmese Migrant Women information about gender and domestic violence. WEDA has been working to have Burmese Migrant women to be increasingly aware of this topic throughout the community.

Topic: The aim of this session was to talk about gender and domestic violence.

Attached you will find a report of the activity.


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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
Takuapa, Phang Nga Thailand

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