Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA is working with the Mae Tao Clinic to improve access and quality of health services for the large population displaced by war and poverty living on either side of the Thai-Burma border.
Through the Social Justice Education Program (SJEP) and the Community Leadership Development Training (CLDT) the School for Shan State Nationalities Youth (SSSNY) is training tomorrow’s civil society leaders, today.
On her Australian advocacy tour, Naw K’nyaw Paw called on her audiences to stand with those refugee women in their fight for a dignified life, a just community, and a peaceful future.
On the Thai-Myanmar border, women are building their collective power to build peace in their country and well-being in their communities in the face of growing militarisation and a precarious peace.
MAP Radio is a voice for Burmese migrant workers in Thailand providing information on labour rights in their mother tongue via community radio stations.