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”
Dormitory Students at Work “Never Walk Alone” Children’s Dormitory Matching Fund appeal 2015/16 A Unique Fundraising Opportunity for Karen Children and Young People in 2015 KWO has been offered a very unique matching fund opportunity by one of our dedicated donors and we are excited to share the news with our KWO friends, family and supporters.Continue reading ““Never Walk Alone” – Children’s Dormitory Matching Fund Apeal 2015-2016″
KWO runs nursery schools in 2 refugee camps on Thailand and in partnership with more than 70 villages in Karen State. This past week, October 2014, the Nursery Schools in Mae La Oon and Mae Ra Moe refugee camps held a competition about the story of Karen Culture. Here are some pictures from the eventsContinue reading “KWO Nursery Schools Mid-School Year: Competition, Teacher Training, and General Education”
We shared about pamphlet related on Refugees, Banner, T-shirt and we distributed soup. during the celebration KWO has chance to speak and doing activities as asking question and speech. We have question on the cloth and we ask people to writing down the answer on the cloth. and also we share about information on BannerContinue reading “World Refugee Day Photos”
Karen Women’s Organization Letter of Appeal on World Refugee Day (English Version) Karen Women’s Organization Letter of Appeal on World Refugee Day (Karen Version)
The 2014-15 school year has begun and KWO’s 9 dormitories in 5 camps are up and running! For the 2014-15 school year, KWO has 375 students in the dormitory project. Here are some photos from Umphiem Mai and Mae La camps of the first day of school for dormitory students!
On May 20 – June 14 2013 there was follow up SE TOT for one week conducted in each camp. The town based project staff facilitated the TOT. The TOT’s 88 participants included, all teaching staff in each camp (teachers, trainers, and school directors). The topics covered in the training were
Use this link if you’d like to download or read it;KWO Special Education Case Study 2012-2013