Meet Our Students (35): I am confident that I can help the school activities to maintain a clean and safe environment

Aye was selected as a representative of the CDC school for the school health activities. She has been volunteering with MTC’s community health team and assisted with various events over the last two years. Aye is also actively engaged with

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Meet Our Students (34): Oh’s Story

My parents could not afford our education but did not want us to give up our studies. They looked for a way we can continue studying and found that we could study at migrant learning centers (MLC) along the Thai-Burma

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Meet Our Students (33): Say’s Story

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

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Meet Our Students (32): Aye’s Story

“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

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Meet Our Students (31): Win’s Story

My name is Win. I am 15-year old. My parents decided to send me to Thailand in early 2018 because they couldn’t fully support my school fees in Burma. They used to have land but a mining company’s aggressive activities

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Meet Our Students (30): Phau’s Story

“I was attending school from my village — I was crossing the Thai-Burma border every day for 2 years. One day I was assisting migrant workers in translating between Burmese-Thai and Karen-Thai at a Thai hospital. This experience was very special

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Meet Our Students (29): Hlaing’s Story

“If I were still in Burma I might not have had an opportunity to attend school as both my parents do not have any income. Sometimes I want to give up everything and go back home, living with my family

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