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    The AHREM office in Mae Sot has been operational since July 2011. A small cohort of students study English as a second language, as well as computers, human rights, and environmental issues. The goals of AHREM are to enhance knowledge and understanding of human and environmental rights, to collect data on these issues, to collaborate with human rights and environmental organizations locally and globally and to share and distribute information.

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    Baan Dada Children's Home

    Kanchanaburi, Thailand, Asia

    Baan Dada is a children’s home outside of Kanchanaburi, Thailand supporting more than a hundred local children. Volunteers help support the orphanage, teaching English, childcare, farming in the garden, construction on the property. There are many opportunities and volunteers are encouraged to share their special skills to assist the local organization.

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    Baan Unrak Children's Village

    Kanchanaburi, Thailand, Asia

    Baan Unrak several business in the town of Kanchanaburi, Thailand, all supporting local initiatives, including a children’s home outside of town. Volunteer opportunities within every aspect of the organization’s reach: running an organic vegetarian farm, business development, childcare, as well as project management and support.

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    The Education for Development Foundation (EDF) ensures that children are given the education they deserve. The foundation works in Northern (Issan) Thailand, Cambodia and Laos. The people behind EDF believe that childen, especially those in poverty-stricken areas, are entitled to equal opportunities for education.

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    The Foundation for Education and Development (FED) was founded in 2000 in Sankalaburi, Kanchanaburi province under the name Grassroots Human Rights Education & Development (GHRE). Soon after the 2004 Tsunami, the organization relocated to Phang Nga province to offer emergency assistance to Tsunami-affected Burmese migrants whose needs had been largely ignored by the Thai government and NGO’s.

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    Karenni Social Development Center

    Mae Hong Son, Thailand

    Karenni Social Development Center aims to educate post-10 Karenni students in human rights, social change, environment, law, gender issues, and English. This small community based organization helps people from Karenni State, Burma and its goal is to protect the environment and promote human rights.

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    KZVTC is a school for adult migrant workers and other young adults with a focus on quality teaching of language and computer skills. Several levels of English, Thai, Burmese and computer skills are offered. Students are offered job skills training with other partners to prepare our students for the workplace. KZVTC provides a safe and creative environment for the sharing of ideas and knowledge to empower the Burmese community, regardless of an individual’s ethnicity, religion, race or gender. Volunteers are required to teach English, help edit and write reports, and help with fundraising activities.

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    Minmahaw Post Ten School

    Mae Sot, Thailand

    Located near the Thai-Burma border, MEF is an English-immersion program catering to Burmese students between the ages of 17 and 23. MEF aims to support disadvantaged youth from Burma and along its borders who are unable to attain further education, in the hope they will return to their communities, to contribute to efforts of development and positive change for Burma.

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    ND-Burma formed in 2004 in order to provide a way for Burma human rights organizations to collaborate on the human rights documentation process. The 12 ND-Burma member organizations seek to collectively use the truth of what communities in Burma have endured to challenge the regime’s power through present-day advocacy as well as prepare for justice and accountability measures in a potential transition.

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    Nikki's Place/Agape Home

    Chiang Mai, Thailand, Asia

    Volunteers come to from all over the world to spend from six months to a year working alongside the Thai nannies in loving and caring for the children at Nikki’s Home.