Tag: Karen People

  • Interactive teaching activities at Mae Ra Moe refugee camp

    Ally O’Brien, Lead, Volunteer Program & Educator for Project KARE-Australia tapping into her creative side while teaching grades 11 and 12 at Mae Ra Moe Refugee Camp in Dec. 2016. Ally O’Brien teaching grades 11 and 12 at Mae Ra Moe Refugee Camp 2016.

  • Want to volunteer as a teacher for Karen refugees?

    Why? For so many reasons! Karen hospitality is extraordinary! Stay with and teach the Karen people on the Thai/Burma border and you will embrace the memory for a lifetime. Your experience helping the Karen people will become a cherished part of the fabric of your life. Karen refugees are eager to learn English to improve their chance…

  • Women pals in Paw Say Pu, Karen State

    We met these two women buddies in Paw Say Pu (Money Flower Hole) just across the river from Day Bu Noh village in Karen State in Burma (Myanmar). They were clearly amused to meet a white foreigner and they had a lot of fun trying to convince me to try betel nut. Photo: R. Levis, Project KARE,…

  • Students in grades 1 and 2 at Day Bu Noh village

    Students in grades 1 and 2 at Day Bu Noh village in Karen State in Myanmar. Three volunteer teachers from Project KARE enjoyed an amazing experience teaching English to students in two schools at Day Bu Noh. We also delivered two trucks filled with school supplies – pens, pencils, notebooks, computers, sports equipment and much…

  • Mae Ra Moe Junior College

    The Junior College at Mae Ra Moe refugee camp.