KWO ECD Project Seeks 2019 Funding

We are seeking funding in 2019-20 to continue our early childhood education project in 7 districts in Karen State including Ee Htu Hta IDP camp on the banks of the Salween River. The project provides support to 100 nursery schools. The nursery schools provide basic education, safe day-care services, and a nutritious lunch to anContinue reading “KWO ECD Project Seeks 2019 Funding”

KWO Responds to UN Statement

 Karen Women’s Organization KWO always called on the sanction targeted the Burma Army including their business. Unless they feel hurt they will never reform and change their mentality. They will continue to act with impunity. KWO welcome and support the UN Fact-Finding Mission on Myanmar exposes military business ties, calls for targeted sanctions and arms embargoesContinue reading “KWO Responds to UN Statement”

KWO Staff Faces Challenges in the Field

The working conditions for staff at KWO are not always easy, especially when going into the field to provide training, organizing trips, or monitoring our projects in the camps and in Karen State. Rarely everything goes exactly as planned, and many times our staff is faced with new problems and challenges. Despite the challenges andContinue reading “KWO Staff Faces Challenges in the Field”

KWO Chair Person Speech on 34th Anniversary in Karen Version

Please download the full message here; KWO Chair Person Speech on 34th Anniversary of KWO On 5th of April 2019, KWO will mark the 34th Anniversary of KWO establishing. KWO would like to thanks all our donors, funders and all supporters for standing with KWO in promoting human rights, women’s rights, Child right, Gender equality,Continue reading “KWO Chair Person Speech on 34th Anniversary in Karen Version”

Urgent Appeal Letter For Funding for KWO’s Early Childhood and Special Education Lunch Program

As of April 2019, KWO will no longer receive support for the lunch programme provided through our Early Childhood Education project and Special Education project. KWO does not want to cut the lunch programme. Now more than ever, the vulnerable in the camps, need our support. “Our project promote Inclusive Education, conducts play sessions and home visits and supports the families of the disabled, including very young children with disabilities.Continue reading “Urgent Appeal Letter For Funding for KWO’s Early Childhood and Special Education Lunch Program”

KWO Statement on International Women’s Day 2019

KWO Statement on International Women 2019 Burmese VersioThe Karen Women Organization (KWO) welcomes another International Women’s Day. Our themes for this year is “Courage to Speak, Ending Impunity Now”.  This year marks the 108th year of International Women’s Day. It is extremely important that we look back to celebrate the progress and achievements of womenContinue reading “KWO Statement on International Women’s Day 2019”

KWO Statement in Support of the Karenni Students’ Protest Against Burmanization

Karen Women’s Organization Statement in Support of the Karenni Students’ Protest Against Burmanization 12th February 2019 The Karen Women’s Organization calls on the NLD Government and the Burmese military-run police to show respect both for indigenous history and for peaceful protest.  We believe that before we can have true peace in our beloved land weContinue reading “KWO Statement in Support of the Karenni Students’ Protest Against Burmanization”

Message from KWO on Stop Violence Against Women Day

Today is a very important day for all women all over the world. November 25th is the day when all people in the world should give their time to recognize and honor all the women who have suffered from violence and at the same time, make a commitment to stop the violence. Please see ourContinue reading “Message from KWO on Stop Violence Against Women Day”

KWO Special Education Project TOT Training

For the 2018-19-project period, KWO Special Education Project conducted TOT training in four places: Mae La and Ma Ra Moe, Bang Dong Yang, and Htam Him. Every year there are new teachers who need to be trained. From 9 to 18 May 2018, we conducted training for participants from three camps; Mae La, Umpiem andContinue reading “KWO Special Education Project TOT Training”