26 results for tag: Thai-Burma border


Journey to Heavenly Home

     Thinking about my last week, I couldn’t even smile because I visited some schools and listened to the children’s stories. Before I started working with R2G, I didn’t hear a lot about the Burmese migrant children’s lives even though I used to be a teacher in Good Morning School.  I knew just a small group of children in Mae Sot before but now I know a lot more than that. I felt sorry for the children and I was so sad too. However, I learned a lot things about children in my first work experience with R2G. When I stepped onto “Heavenly Home” orphanage grounds, it was so silent and I didn’t hear any sounds or voice of the ...

New faces at Room to Grow

As migrant and refugee children in Mae Sot start preparing to go back to school after the summer break, Room to Grow's new programme year is also beginning - with two new additions: First, we're pleased to announce our latest partner, Heavenly Home, an orphanage and day-care centre for fifty young children. Room to Grow has been running weekly well-being sessions there since April, and has just received funds to start deliveries of yellow beans and eggs, thanks to ONE (Singapore). Find out more about Heavenly Home on our current projects page - click here. Second, there are some changes to the team in Mae Sot. After exceptional work with Room to ...