You worked in migrant communities and amongst refugee populations to provide greater access to education, health care and food support, during the pandemic. In a stroke of ingenuity, you also helped train and employ migrant sewers to make thousands of the very masks our team distributed to protect vulnerable communities from the virus.
...migrants received food, health and financial assistance.
“I am very appreciative and thankful for the rice, cooking oil, and medicine given to us in this hard time.”~ Tin Zar Win, 13
...people received some form of COVID-19 assistance such as food, soap, sanitizer and masks.
“During this hard time, Partners helped us with dry food, medicine, hygiene items and masks for my family. It really helps our family to live better.”~ Ma Aye.
...refugees and migrants benefited from education initiatives.
“There are a lot of Shan people and migrants here in Chiang Mai who would benefit from learning English at SEED. It helps us to improve our English and get better opportunities in work and life.”~ Somchai, 21
Educator. Champion Of Hope.
Naw Tumular Paw grew up in community-based home supported by Partners and became a teacher. But she didn’t stop dreaming and is now taking the next step to further her education.
Where Else We Worked
Click on another country to see your impact there.