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 embargoes […]
June 22, 2019, Karen Women’s Organization recognized Mae Tao Clinic for their 30 years of service to stateless people and those most vulnerable in our community with this certificate. Congratulations on your 30th anniversary, Mae Tao Clinic! We were honored to celebrate with you today!
The Children in Nursery Schools in Karen State in Burma need your help. Education is important for people all over the world and Karen communities in Burma work hard to ensure education for their young children, despite long-standing abuses by the Burmese army. In Burma, education is woefully underfunded. The average length of schooling is […]
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
20th June, 2013 World Refugee Day Event: Umphiem and Mae La Camp Three hundred refugees in Umphiem camp united on 20 June 2013 in recognition of World Refugee Day. The event was organized by the Camp Committee, CBOs and some NGOs. Thai local authorities, UNHCR and other NGOs joined the event. During the event different groups and […]
We ARE the refugees, this is OUR community, and we know what is best for our future. We will not let our future be decided by others! Support us in our struggle for Community Ownership. This is SIMPLE, Just Listen to our Voice and Work Along Side With Us.
KWO puts out a quarterly magazine in Skaw Karen which are distributed through out the 7 Karen refugee camps and 7 districts. Each magazine is passed between refugees being read by multiple people. It is just one way we seek to keep our community up to date and informed. Use this link if you’d like […]