The ECD Team continues to conduct its trainings in the month of April

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Last March 29- April 2, the Early Childhood Development team conducted two trainings simultaneously for nursery teachers in the Ban Don Yan Karen refugee camp and in the Plaing Japense village, Mon area n Mae Hong Son province. The 5-day trainings revolved around the topics Child Development and Visual Aids which were participated in by 28 staff and students in the Karen Camp and 30 participants in the Plaing Japense Village hailing from 6 different villages in the area.

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October E-Newsletter – Now Online

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OCTOBER 2009 UPDATES

  • On Oct. 21-23, 2009, the Income-Generation Group (IGP) had a very productive 3 day-workshop which discussed on the current IGP studies and proposed business planning in Mae Sot.   It was attended by all the MS staff such as Dawa, Cynthia, Kaw-kaw, Kid and See as well as Mitos, Aunty Nancy, Nikos and Jovy.
  • The 5 day-Project Cycle Management organized by the Education and Training team was successfully conducted on October 27 to 31, 2009 in Mae Sot. It was attended by Dawa, Cynthia, Aunty Nancy, Nang Hseng, Fuji, Dina, Say Meh, Choe Khu and other members from the partner organizations.

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School Monitoring

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WEAVE- ECD team and Nursery School’s Teacher Trainer Coordinator visited and monitored 11 nursery schools in Mae Ra Ma Luang Camp. There are 1,460 children accounted for in all the…

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HOME ABOUT US SHOP PUBLICATIONS NEWS PARTNERS SUPPORT US LINKS CONTACT US WEAVE Supports Safe Income to Refugee Women

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For Karen people who live in temporary shelters (refugee camps) on the Thai-Burma borders for the last 20 years, life can be very hard. The everyday challenges of poverty and life as a refugee are compounded by a number of other problems, including over-crowding, poor nutrition and sanitation, lack of economic opportunity, inability to work outside the refugee camps, and a highly competitive labour market. However, in the 3 Karen refugee camps in Tak and Mae Hong Son Provinces, change is taking place as a result of the support extended by Women’s Education for Advancement and Empowerment (WEAVE).

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