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Post by rody on Tue 14 Dec 2010, 07:08

HOPE FOR MYANMAR

What is Hope for Myanmar?

Hope for Myanmar is a voluntary organization whose main focus is to render help to orphans and children living in poverty. The organization is supported by local and overseas donors and we have, in fact, just begun fundraising for our cause.

(1) Mission

Hope for Myanmar’s single mission is simply to send more poor children in Myanmar to school.
Objectives

1) To send more poor children in Myanmar to school.
2) To have secure and social life
3) To give them the opportunity to be educated.

We believe that without the opportunity for education, children are lured into street gangs and exploited as sex workers. These ‘careers’ – which are vicious cycles that reproduce generations of impoverished and exploited children after them – have obvious negative impact not only on lives but on the society as a whole. For this simple reason, Hope for Myanmar wants to ensure a brighter future for poor children by giving them the opportunity to be educated.

(2) History of your school or how you started establishing your school?

Hlaingtharyar is one of the poorest places in Yangon; there are many children who have no opportunity to get education but to be street children. When we opened summer free tuition, in the short course of our work, March to May 2010, we constantly find children who face tremendous difficulties going back to school when school re-opened in June 2010. Now there are 18 of full time residents and 17 part time residents at the school or Home. For full time residences, we need to provide food, clothes, health, school fees, and for 17 part time residences health and school fees. This would be the beginning of Hope for Myanmar school.

(3) How do you raise funding and who are your donors?

We raise funding by selling the traditional fancy things, dresses, natural grape wine, raising pigs, etc. Our donors are the buyers of the things and local donors. For health for the children, we get medicine pills and health care donation by Myanmar Compassion Project (MCP).
(4) What are your activities and achievements?

1. Hlaingtharyar Development Tuition (HDT)
2. Swechinmae Development Pre-school
3. Hlaingtharyar Development Basic English
4. Caring Students at Home for Development

Current Projects

1. Hlaingtharyar Development Tuition (HDT)

We opened summer free tuition as Hlaingtharyar Development Tuition (HDT). There were over 100 students who came to free tuition. At tuition, we taught not only lessons according to their levels but also dance, guitar, painting, etc. We started the tuition from March 3 (Wed) to May 26. We happily celebrated Tuition open day in March 3 (Wed) and Tuition close day in May 31 (Sun). When we recorded well the regular attendees of tuition and listed the children who face tremendous difficulties going back to school when school re-opened in June, 2010, there are over 30 students. We sent them to school with the small funds of Hope for Myanmar. Now we continuously run this tuition by 5 full time volunteer-teachers and 7 part-time volunteer-teachers. According to the students’ levels and classes, we need to divide 8 classes for them. So there should be at least 8 volunteer-teachers. Sometimes there are not enough teachers, so we combine two or three classes and teach them.

2. Swechinmae Development Pre-school

There are 11 students at Swechinmae Pre-school. There are 2 full time teachers. We make pre-school uniforms. As they come from poor families, sometimes they have no lunch box. At that time, we need to provide lunch for them. This is real non-profit project.

3. Basic English class

The volunteers are too basic in English. Hope for Myanmar helps them in teaching English class to improve their English skills. Now there are 5 students and the only teacher is Moe Z.

4. Caring Students at Home for Development

We care for 18 children at Home for Development. Some of them are fatherless, motherless, orphan or have parents alive but poor. They have different histories the reason for coming to Home. For the 18 full time residents, we need to provide food, clothes, health, school fees, the estimate need is 25,000 Kyat for a month and for 17 part time residences health and school fees, 5,000 Kyat per month. So for a month, we need 535,000 Kyat. We get almost 100,000 Kyat. Then we get the left from local donors.

http://sites.google.com/a/hopeformyanmar.org/www/

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အမွတ္အသားျပဳထားမည္ Re: About Hope for Myanmar

Post by rody on Tue 14 Dec 2010, 07:10

For more information,

Contact person : Rody
Contact phone : 73102744
Contact mail : rodiedim85@gmail.com

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