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Education Donations

From  2008 unitl 2017 we built 3 schools

We built 3 schools

1. Kha Maung Dwe village, East Phayone kar island, Rakhine state, western part of the country) 

2. Man Pyay Monastic Education school,  Twan te township, Yangon division

3. Choon Su village, Basic Education Primary school, Pwint Phyu Township, Magwe Division.

Pyawbwe Gyi May 2008

Pyawbwe Gyi May 2008 5/15/2008 12:00:00 AM
Our first trip after Cyclone Nargis hit was to Pyaw Bwe Gyi village to donate school uniforms, bags, stationary and other children’s needs. This village is fairly close to Yangon and easy to reach. After this, we started planning for a bigger trip to the more remote areas where other aid organisations could not reach, due to restrictions on travel for foreigners. readmore

Thadhamma Zawtikaryone Shwe Kyin Monastic Education School 2011

Thadhamma Zawtikaryone Shwe Kyin Monastic Education School 2011 8/24/2011 12:00:00 AM
On 24 August 2011, we went to Than Lyin and we did donation of 100 dozen exercise books at Thadhamma Zawtikaryone Shwe Kyin Monastic Education School. This is a school of over 500 students studying from kindergarten to Grade 8. One of our Compassionate Hands-Team has visited his school in July and felt this school was in need of help. So when Compassionate Hands printed 300 dozen exercise books, we chose to include this school in our donation program. This year Compassionate Hands has started printing our own exercise books with our logo and ideas in order to encourage children. For example “To have a good Heart is the most important.” We believe this will help them to live together with many others in difficult situations with many challenges and poverty. readmore

PLHIV Children 2008

PLHIV Children 2008 10/8/2008 12:00:00 AM
On this trip we concentrated for the first time on children, who are the victims of another problem: HIV. We donated 105 school uniforms, gave pocket money, stationery and many other things. readmore

PLHIV Children's education 2010

PLHIV Children's education 2010 12/30/2009 12:00:00 AM
Our first project for 2010 is to donate School registration fees, school uniforms and stationary to 1,000 children, who are infected with or affected by HIV. These children are either infected by HIV themselves or live with family members who have HIV or AIDS. They live in very poor and challenging conditions because the parents are usually unable to take care of the children because they are too ill to earn enough money. Therefore, these children also do not get any education and have no future, even though they themselves are not ill. When the parents die, they will have nobody to look after them and no means to make a future for themselves. readmore

Twante school donation 2010

Twante school donation 2010 9/3/2010 12:00:00 AM
On 3rd September we went to Twante, which is situated about 50 km from Yangon and which is famous for its pottery makers from lower Myanmar. We donated exercise books at Man Pyay Thartanayeikthar Parahita (which mean “for the benefit of many”) monastic education school. Inside the small school building, made with bamboo, and covered with tarpaulin, 144 children receive basic education. All of their school fees, exercise books and stationary are cared for by a monk and their teachers are semi-volunteers. Our next project will be the donation of school materials to children, who are in real need. This will cost around 5-7 US$ per child per year for text books, exercise books and pens and pencils. readmore

Yatanar Theingyi Nunnery school, Saigaing 2011

Yatanar Theingyi Nunnery school, Saigaing 2011 8/4/2011 12:00:00 AM
On 4th August, Snow went to Sagaing with several of her Spanish tourists. They donated 179 dozen exercise books, pencils and ballpens together with Escolaridad. Compassionate Hands also donated medication for skin disease and fungus. readmore

Yatanar Theingyi School support 2010

Yatanar Theingyi School support 2010 7/20/2016 12:00:00 AM
There are more than 200 monastic & nunnery schools, who give support to children from the poorest families, some of which are orphans and some are ordained as little novices and nuns. In Myanmar, monasteries and nunneries function as refugee centers for many people with difficulties. For for instance children from problematic families or for those who are very poor. These children then get an education and are taken care for by the monks and nuns and can grow up with a future ahead. As a consequence, villages have a fairly high literacy rate and there are relatively many educated people. readmore