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The Vital Stats

We deliver up to 15 babies daily. We feed more than 500 people twice each day. We see between 300-400 patients every day. We have more than 600 staff. We see around 150,000 new and returning patients annually. We fit over 250 new and replacement prosthetic limbs each year.

Mae Tao Clinic History

The Mae Tao Clinic has gone from being a simple, one-roomed building with only a rice cooker to sterilise instruments, to a large and organised Clinic providing healthcare to over 150,000 displaced people per year. Read about our history here.

Our Patients

The World Health Organisation ranked Burma’s health sector 190 out of 191 countries.  We see patients from all ethnic groups of Burma.

Child Protection

According to a recent report by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), an estimated 200,000 migrant children younger than 17 are in Thailand -– of which less than one third have access to education. One aspect of our Child Protection Programme is to provide access to education to as many children living on the border as possible.

Dr Cynthia

Read about the founder of Mae Tao Clinic, Dr Cynthia Maung.

Mae Tao Clinic Blog

Health System Strengthening Strategic Plan – Eastern Burma 2016-2019

Health System Strengthening Strategic Plan 2016-2019

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The Long Road To Recovery 2015

The Long Road to Recovery 2015_Eng (1)

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Mae Tao Clinic Strategic Plan 2014-2018

Mae Tao Clinic Strategic Plan 2014-2018

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Successful Twin Birth at MTC

Ma Htike is 35 years old. She originally comes from Belin in Mon state, Burma but has lived in Phop Pra, Thailand for nearly 8 years now . Ma Ktike works in the rose gardens. She came to get treatment from the clinic during her pregnancy.  MTC staff took her vital signs (blood pressure, temperature, [...]

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Khun Hla Htoo story’s

Khun Hla Htoo is 33 years old. He came from Taung Kyi, South Shan State in Burma. He was injured while he was building a pagoda with his friends in a small village. A wall collapsed onto his legs, injuring him so severely that he could not stand up. So the villagers sent him to [...]

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Scottish school children learn about life on the Thai-Burma border

Liberty Thawda, our Deputy Director of Education and Child Protection is visiting Campie School in Musselburgh, Scotland to share culture and learning as part of a global schools partnership which links Campie and MTC’s CDC School. The partnership between the two schools was established in 2009 as part of the UK Government’s Global Schools Programme [...]

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Riding for Refugees Challenge Completed!

Stella Orechia has finished her biking challenge! In just twenty days, she cycled 1,000 miles in Burma and Mae Sot to raise awareness about Burmese refugees and Mae Tao Clinic. She has been with us in Mae Sot for a couple of weeks, helping to organise a World AIDS Day event at the clinic on [...]

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Award winning actor and humanitarian Kyaw Thu visits MTC

This morning we had a visit from Kyaw Thu, who was jointly awarded the NED Democracy award with Dr Cynthia Maung in Washington DC last year. Kyaw Thu is a two-time Myanmar Academy Award winning film director and actor, as well as founder and president of the Free Funeral Service Society (FFSS), which, since 2001, [...]

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Bringing the Gift of Happiness to MTC patients

This morning Gift of Happiness Foundation came and donated some clothes, shoes, hygiene supplies, and other useful items to Mae Tao Clinic. We will be distributing these items to our patients, many of whom may not have enough money to buy them themselves. Here are some photos of Gift of Happiness dropping off the donations [...]

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Meet one of our Traditional Birth Attendants!

 Daw Shan Ma is 56 years old and has been a Traditional Birth Attendant (TBA) for all of her adult life. She completed a 6-month training with the Red Cross in Bago region, Burma, when she was just 18 years old, learning to home deliver babies and refer to the local hospital in case of [...]

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