Donation Goal for our Migrant Education Program: $30,000.
The migrant education program serves a large population of Burmese migrant workers along the North Andaman Coast in Thailand who come with the hope of finding a living wage and a better way of life. Burmese children often find themselves living as second class citizens without the money to afford basic fees for enrollment, uniforms, and transportation to and from school. Many of their parents are poorly educated and fear discrimination, arrest, and even deportation. They are often not able to help their children who have no legal access to the Thai education system. The unfortunate result is that many of them work with their parents as child laborers in low-skilled and low-paying jobs, to bring the extra income into the family home. Your support helps us to provide an alternative to these hard working people and their children.Andaman Center for Migrant Education
Our migrant education program offers a learning center that is equipped to provide full-day schooling for 75 Burmese migrant children living in the Kuraburi district of Phang Nga Province. Students take lessons from full-time teachers and visiting volunteers which provides them with hope for a better future. We are changing parents’ perspectives regarding their children’s education by proving that furthering their education makes a difference. By facilitating their integration into secondary Burmese and Thai school systems, we will provide them with better job opportunities in the future.
Your donation can help with covering these essential monthly costs:
- $15 transports one student
- $65 supports the weekly soy milk program
- $85 pays the utilities
- $200 pays for one-year tuition
- $350 pays a teacher salary
How your donation helps NAN support the Migrant Education Program:
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