5 results for tag: nutrition


Learning from Experience

I was really excited when I heard that we were going to visit to New Blood, which has been one of our great partner schools for two years. The school was founded by a Burmese migrant teacher in 2003 to aid Burmese migrant and refugee children who have little chance to study in Thailand. There are about 450 students including 172 boarding students attending this school. I interviewed some interesting students and teachers there. I learnt very unique things from my experience and the students’ and teachers’ points of view. Some people might think that having education is perfect for Burmese migrant and refugee children but actually I learned from ...

Easter Eggs

My Easter this year was a little different than most years. Instead of the usual church service and family hunt for chocolate eggs around the garden, I was invited to celebrate with another family, a family of 100 children who are boarders at Agape school. When I arrived, all the children were sitting on the floor looking expectantly at David, the headteacher. I struggled to understand all of the Burmese, but then suddenly the kids all shouted together 'sa:me!' - 'we'll eat!' David was telling them the programme for the morning, and the most important bit for them was the same as for children everywhere - getting to eat their Easter egg. The ...