Migrant workers in Thailand come with the hope of finding a living wage and a better way of life. Their children often live as second class citizens, without the money or legal rights to an education.
Poorly educated and discriminated against, they are often exploited and live with the constant fear of arrest and deportation. The unfortunate result is that many migrant children work as child laborers in low-skilled and low-paying jobs, or worse.
Your support helps us to provide an alternative to these hard working people and their children. 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.
Here is a recent video update from the school.
Students take lessons from full-time teachers and visiting volunteers which provides them with hope for a better future. We are changing parents’ perspectives by proving that education makes a difference for a better future.