Today, 22nd of September 2016 KWO team together with some other community supporters went to Naw Hta Village and distributed the emergency needs for the recent displaced people. All of the materials that we districted are shown in pictures below.
KWO conducted a need assessment in Htee Thay Khee and Naw Hta, between the 18 – 20 Sept 2016. The total number of IDPs is 530 and they are from Ler Peh Dea,Jay Baw Klo, Thay Kaw, Poe Chit Lea, Nya Mer Tay Hta, Oo Moo Kee and Mae Wah village.The latest number of newlyContinue reading “Follow up Updates on KWO Need Assessments in Htee Thay Khee and Naw Hta Villages”
In recognition of International Day of Peace on the 21 September, 2016 we, KWO would like to share our message with everyone and hope to see “Genuine and Sustainable Peace” in Burma soon. KWO main theme for this year is ” Sustainable Peace , need genuine women’s participation”. Please see KWO Message in Karen for more information.
KWO Message on Karen’s Whist Tying Day Celebration in Karen Language
Saw Moo Ler Poe is 6 years old and lives in Umpiem refugee camp on the Thai/Burma border. In 2011 he was suffering from severe malnutrition and multiple disabilities, including speech and developmental problems. That year he enrolled in the KWO Special Education project. When he first came to us, he couldn’t turn his bodyContinue reading “KWO Special Education Project Changing Lives – Changing Communities”
KWO Calls for Actions on 8th March, 2016: Pledge for Parity ( Pamphlet in Karen Version)
Statement (International Women’s day For International Women’s Day (2016 March) in Burmese International Women’s day Statement in Karen Version
On this Int’l Women’s Day, We, KWO would like to honor some of the Karen Women who work for our community and also share their skills and talents, which bring more recognition toward Karen Ethnic Nationality around the world. We respect each and all of these women for their hard working and will continue toContinue reading “Recognition of Karen Women’s Skills, Talents and Contributions toward Our Community on International Women’s Day 8th March, 2016”