CHILD PROTECTION & EDUCATION
While Mae Tao Clinic began as a humble health service delivery organisation, it has evolved into an umbrella social services network for refugees, migrant workers, and other displaced Burmese. As a focal point of these activities, child protection is the most rapidly growing area of need.
MTC provides free health care for refugees, migrant workers, and other individuals who make the dangerous journey across the border from Burma to Thailand.
Mae Tao Clinic is viewed as an excellent training facility as it offers skilled trainers, including Burmese doctors, senior medics, and international professionals. Due to the Clinic’s high patient load, it also offers extensive practical training.
health systems strengthening
The Health Systems Strengthening Project is a network of ethnic and community health organisations who are working together to strengthen health systems in Eastern Burma, and to advocate for equitable and essential primary health services for vulnerable and displaced people throughout Burma.
Key Health Service Statistics 2017
continued to provide essential primary health care to a significant number of clients. This population would be unable to afford health care in Burma or Thailand. Mae Tao Clinic provided 103,872 consultations; of them, 9,898 were admitted for the further diagnoses and treatment. Among the total patients, 65% were women and 20% were children under 5 years old.
MTC Strategic Plan 2017-2021
MTC 2017 Annual Report
Dr Cynthia Maung Calls For Your Support
Thanks to your support, around 1.78 million people received medical consultations, over 75,000 babies were born in Mae Tao Clinic in 30 years, and every year over 2,000 children are provided education and protection. We at Mae Tao Clinic would like to say ‘thank you’ for helping to realise 30 years of much-needed services. Regardless Read more about Thank You Message[…]
Without MTC’s treatment I might have been already dead. Thanks to the clinic, I am healthy and have daughters now. 32 years old Lay (alias) gave birth to twin daughters 11 days ago, Soe and Zoe in Reproductive Health Inpatient Department (RHIPD) at Mae Tao Clinic. Since she moved to Myawaddy, Burma from her hometown Read more about Meet Our Patients (64): Newborn Baby[…]
Like the majority of villagers, Aye Aye Aung and her husband have no health insurance that is why Mae Tao Clinic is the only affordable and accessible health facility for them. “I am always scared of being arrested by a police officer. Regardless of this kind of disadvantage, we don’t know when we will go Read more about Meet Our Patients (63): Newborn Baby[…]
Naw Htoo and Mae Tao Clinic My name is Naw Htoo and I am a social manager at Mae Tao Clinic since 2008. From 1989 to 2008, I was in charge of Reproductive Health Departments, providing maternal and child health care services and training. I have been working with Mae Tao Clinic for 30 Read more about [30-Year Anniversary] Meet Our Senior Staff – Naw Htoo[…]
There was no education facility in my hometown that’s why my parents sent us to Thailand to accss education. Even though I was a little child, I still remember how much I was scared and terrified of the sound of bullets and shells exploding all around us. I want to become a health care provider Read more about Meet Our Students (33): Say’s Story[…]
Partnership Agreement Signed by Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in Thailand, Mae Tao Clinic and Suwannimit Foundation (SNF) on 19th April 2019. Partnership Agreement was signed by Mr Chen-Yuan Tung, Representative of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in Thailand, Dr. Cynthia Maung and Pattinee Suanprasert, Executive Director of Suwannimit Foundation (SNF) on 19th April 2019. It has been Read more about Partnership Agreement Signed with TECO[…]
Yu Yu and her family are from Burma where they, like many others, are employed as daily workers, earning roughly 70,000 Kyat ($45 USD) per month. A few months after finding out about the pregnancy, Yu Yu’s husband left to pursue a job opportunity in Malaysia. He cut off all contact with his family because Read more about Meet Our Patients (62): Newborn Baby[…]
“When I was around 4 years old, my parents decided to move to Thailand. The migrant learning centre my brother and I attended provides education up to grade 5. As we grew up my parents needed to find another school where we can continue studying. When our application was accepted, I was happy and excited Read more about Meet Our Students (32): Aye’s Story[…]
Read the story in Burmese 31-year-old Ma Hla Thu (alias) started coughing and having a loose motion for 3 months. She lost weight until she had 27 kgs. She came to Mae Tao clinic to seek medical treatment and diagnosed with Tuberculosis (TB). MTC referred her to Shoklo Malaria Research Unit to get treatment. Read more about Meet Our Patients (61): Ma Hla Thu’s Story – Extrapulmonary Tuberculosis[…]