Myanmar Mission

The Myanmar Mission

Costs for orphan care in Myanmar have risen in recent years, most significantly in education. In Myanmar we are now working to care for and encourage children who have been abandoned and driven out of their homes. A survey of Christian missions in Myanmar. Toahan Theological College and Seminary, Sagaing Region, Myanmar. Although significant progress has been made in the past year, Myanmar[Burma] has isolated itself from the rest of the world for many years.

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Costs for childcare in Myanmar have increased in recent years, most significantly in the educational sector. Whilst the local government is free, it does not supply uniform, literature, supplies, lunch or tuition. Private lessons have become necessary so that the kids can be successful and complete their ordeals.

For this reason it is necessary that we modify the percentage of sponsorships for the kids. It is $45 per month per kid, which is the amount currently needed to look after and raise the young.

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This is a brief missionary visit to Myanmar, near Yangon and Bago, to visit a lively and expanding grassroots service led by locals. Take part in the world race starting in June 2019! World Race is a 11-month 11-country voyage to minister to "the least of them" while they live in true and crude comradeship.

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MOYANMAR WHY? Burma has experienced extensive proliferation of repressive policies and ethnical conflicts and continues to be one of the worlds impoverished states. The UNESCO estimate that more than 250,000 elementary school-aged Myanmar schoolchildren do not go to college and only 2.1% of GNP is devoted to learning, one of the smallest in Southeast Asia.

The UWS is dedicated to changing the life of out-of-school kids and their community by providing them with the opportunity for good schooling. Please click here to view the full UWS response to the prevailing Myanmar policy environment. Since 2013 UWS has been active in Myanmar. Each region is home to many different ethnical groups living in scattered populations, far from the grassroots population.

Since the municipalities we work with are extremely isolated, the kids are fighting for state schooling. The next day at the next boarding seminary is a 4-5 hours stroll through the thick jungles. Most of the tribal groups we work with are marginalized and under-represented, and they can be expelled from state education because they do not know the local languages.

The UWS is developing schooling in marginalized municipalities to enable all. Since many tribal groups have their own languages and dialects, UWS is training members of the grassroots to become schoolteachers. Each school is run by the municipality in the centre of its village and run by its own umbrella organisation, with the support of UWS employees.

In order to reach our goals, we work in partnerships with the authorities, both nationally and locally, in a way that is consistent with our mission, our visions, our core beliefs and our core beliefs. Prior to becoming a UWS Instructor, Win Mar Htwe worked as a Instructor in a fellowship known as Wa, which visited the Hway Hwe church from which she came for over five hour.

When the UWS Hway Hwe School opened last year, Win Mar Htwe was the first to be chosen as a UWS Fellowship Instructor. It has been given further vocational trainings and a reasonable salary and is enthusiastic that it can help its villages to gain admission to the school. Now Win Mar Htwe works for UWS Hway Hwe School and can again work with her daugther and mum.

Your three year old girl likes to come to college with you! The UWS Kaung Whatt Shool, constructed in 2014, is called after the town where it is located. In 2014, UWS began building a local church college. Today, more than 80 students are attending regular classes and the same number of young men and women are registered.

Pupils study reading and writing in Myanmar and are prepared for math, natural sciences and English examinations. Kaung Whatt's children's lives have changed. Do you want to help a fellowship like Kaung Whatt? Every year, kids miss 272 million schooldays because of sanitary conditions.

Every year, kids miss 272 million schooldays because of sanitary conditions. But 61 million kids around the globe have no direct entry into elementary education. It is our vision to have a vision of a place where all of our kids have the opportunity to go to orphanage. Most of our partner schools use their UWS schools partnerships as a core component of their UWS program and our partner schools' work.

We are proud to offer good value for your investment and to ensure the maximum effect of every gift. Partnerships with a UWS is a great way to raise young people's overall consciousness. Learn how our UWS Affiliate Program works and get started with your UWS history today.

The UWS is dedicated to changing the life of out-of-school kids and their Cambodian community by providing them with the opportunity for good schooling. The UWS is dedicated to changing the life of out-of-school kids and their community in Nepal by providing the opportunity for them to have good schooling. By giving infants in isolated and marginalized municipalities the opportunity to receive basic schooling, they will have a better tomorrow.

The UWS is dedicated to changing the life of out-of-school kids and their Myanmar community by providing them with the opportunity for good schooling.

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