“[T]he Mae Tao Clinic provides more than 110,000 consultations a year across all its departments. But even with that reach, for every patient who can make it to the clinic there are hundreds of thousands (Dr. Cynthia) Maung would like to serve who cannot. For people in the isolated east of Myanmar, and the 644,000 Read more about [VICE NEWS] Miracle Clinic[…]
We are pleased and excited to inform you that our annual report 2017 is now available (click here)! You can find out more about our key activities and achievements across our various departments, including health services, health worker training, education, child protection and strengthening the ethnic health systems in Eastern Burma. The report also elaborates Read more about Annual Report 2017 is Out![…]
On May 9th, Dr Cynthia Maung and colleagues of our partner organisations Suwannimit Foundation and The Border Consortium – TBC met with the new representative of the Taiwan Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in Bangkok, Dr. Chen-Yuan Tung, to discuss the cooperation between TECO, Mae Tao Clinic and border-based organisations. TECO has been a long-time supporter of Mae Read more about Meeting with the new representative of the TECO[…]
In this video, Dr Cynthia Maung describes the current situation along the Thai-Burma border. She sheds light on achievement and challenges of Mae Tao Clinic and shares her vision on the future of MTC. Director of this video, Yoju Matsubayashi is a documentary filmmaker and a winner of the anthropology and sustainable development prize at Read more about Dr Cynthia Maung and Mae Tao Clinic [Yahoo Japan Video][…]
Dear friends of Mae Tao Clinic, We are pleased to present to you the result of our fundraising campaign, which was held from October until 31st December, 2017. Our appreciation goes to all individuals, partners and organizations who have supported us. Highlights of the campaign are the kind offer of Borderline Collective, a teashop in Mae Read more about [Fundraising Campaign] Thank You![…]
Mae Tao Clinic launched the fundraising campaign on October 11 2017, in order to keep caring for vulnerable population from Burma/Myanmar in coming years. In this video, Dr Cynthia Maung, founder of Mae Tao Clinic, explains about how the clinic is of indispensable value for the region. For more information please visit our fundraising campaign page.
Founder and director of Mae Tao Clinic, Dr Cynthia Maung, attended the panel discussion held by FTTC on October 18, 2017. Dr Cynthia talked about a brief history of Mae Tao Clinic, its activities and current situation along the border since the NLD-led government became the leading party of Myanmar/Burma. More details of the panel Read more about Refugees on the Thai-Burmese border: Past and present (Panel Discussion)[…]