Month: June 2016

  • Students at Mae Ra Moe Refugee Camp

    Students busy learning new English language skills at Mae Ra Moe Refugee Camp. Mae Ra Moe is home for ~18,000 Karen refugees on the Thai/Burma border. Volunteer English teacher Amy Thomas from Australia leads classroom exercises. Photo: Wayne Lewis and Amy Thomas, co-founders of The Build A School Foundation, Brisbane, Australia, Dec. 2015

  • Classroom at Mae Ra Moe Refugee Camp

    120 students fill a large classroom at the Karen Adventist Academy (KAA) at Mae Ra Moe Refugee Camp Photo: Project KARE, Nov. 2014

  • Diesel Generator Donated by Project KARE

    Thanks to our many generous donors Project KARE was able to deliver a diesel powered electric generator to Mae Ra Moe #refugee camp in Nov. 2014. This generator is used to power batteries that provide electricity for education and administration offices in camp.

  • Time to Replace the Roof

    The school roofs at Mae Ra Moe Refugee Camp are made from leaves and are replaced annually. It can be challenging to keep your homework dry during monsoon season. Photo: The Build A School Foundation at Mae Ra Moe Refugee Camp Nov. 2015. #Karen #Refugees #Thailand #Burma #ThaiBurmaBorder #Education            …

  • i2 Construction Donates Laptops

    Project KARE extends a huge “Thank You” to i2 Construction in Denver, CO for donating five laptop computers to help educators in the Karen community. School leaders at Mae Ra Moe refugee camp will use these laptops for curriculum development, education metrics, and more.  Mae Ra Moe, on the Thai/Burma border, is home to ~18,000…