With Education, Health and Migrant Worker Programs we are building a brighter future together.
Marist Asia Foundation recently forwarded the 2016 Annual Report.
Education Programs – 75 children started Preschool; 85 Burmese Migrant students are studying Secondary school and 12 Young Leaders are doing the ACU University Online Diploma.
Health Programs – providing support, counselling, advocacy and monthly self help for 75 HIV Patients and their families; HIV AIDS Education Programme – providing education to prevent HIV and overcome discrimination.
Migrant Worker Programmes – Provide choices beyond the fishing factories; Better Futures for Burmese Migrants with Thai Language classes; Intermediate and Academic English Programmes and Saturday School for children without a school.