In Line

In line at the Education for All celebration

Children in line at the Education for All Celebration at the Rocky Mountain Learning Center on January 14, 2010. The SHIELD project provides access to essential health services and education for migrants, refugees, and other displaced persons from Burma who are living on the Thailand-Burma border. World Education implements the education component of the SHIELD project. World Education’s programs provide access to quality education for these vulnerable populations through resource support, developing the capacity of local organizations to support education, and empowering communities and their education systems.

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Giving Tuesday

Giving TuesdayPhoto by Tim Syrota.

When you review your giving options today, don’t forget that education is THE most effective way to reduce poverty. Happy #GivingTuesday.

Karen’s Women Organization (KWO) is a refugee organization with a membership of more than 49,000 women operating in seven refugee camps with the mandate of empowering Karen women and their communities. World Education has provided grants and technical support to the KWO in the areas of special needs and adult literacy.

Support World Education on Giving Tuesday today!

 

SHIELDed

More than 9,000 teachers, 400 school directors, and 8,000 parents have been trained by World Education to help improve the education for children from Burma who attend schools in Thailand. Photo by Tim Syrota.

Boys showing off their new knowledge at a school supported by the SHIELD program.

More than 9,000 teachers, 400 school directors, and 8,000 parents have been trained by World Education through SHIELD to help improve the education for children from Burma who attend schools in Thailand.

Support migrant schools by donating to World Education.