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Mushrooms in the Mae Sot Migrant Community

Room to Grow started this year’s mushroom project in June 2012 when the new school year started. We provided mushroom huts and spore bags to 13 boarding houses and orphanages in the Mae Sot migrant community. Each boarding house will receive three rounds of spore bags, in June, October and January. That’s a total of 40,500 spore bags, producing around 7000 kilos of mushrooms. One of R2G’s main aims is to provide nutritious meals for Burmese refugee and migrant children. With the economic crisis, donors can’t provide enough food funding for our children. Some donors are also interested in going to help inside Burma because of the reforms. Our ...

My Happiest Day

Last Saturday, my sister and I visited Heavenly Home and did some activities with the children.  I felt so happy and delighted because they are so innocent, lovable and gorgeous. I don’t usually have these feelings but when I saw the children smiling and joyful, I felt so contented. I visit many schools, but the children from Heavenly Home are a bit different from the other children because most of them are quite young and don’t have parents. They feel that their orphanage is their home, the caregivers are their parents, they love each other and they are the luckiest children in the world. The activity that the children liked the most that day ...