Completed projects

    Learn about our projects that have improved a concrete situation and filled a particular need. These projects have a start and an end point, and are usually infrastructure improvement projects (expanding classroom sizes in schools, building a professional training center, building a bakery) as well as projects that contribute to a specific purpose: financing professors´ salaries in a refugee camp, buying a car to provide medical services to areas most in need, or creating an agriculture and livestock plan for an orphanage.

    escuela seyala birmania

    Seyala School Building

    With 70 students between 14 and 17 years old and five teachers, this school offers grades 10 and 11, the last two years before university. The majority of the students board at the school, as their houses are located in distant communities.

    panaderia holy infant mae sot tailandia

    Holy Infant Bakery

    This building was constructed for the sole use of the bakery: to produce bread and provide training for the teenagers who live at the orphanage to learn the trade. Apart from the building, the bakery has been equipped with a new oven, equipment, and appliances necessary for baking.

    centro de formacion profesional birmanos

    Satule Building: Professional training school

    A building constructed with spacious facilities to accommodate professional training courses, as in mechanics, computers, carpentry, design, etc. The space was handed over to STTC, a professional vocation center for young Burmese adults.

    doctor thin zaw medico

    Mobile Medical Team

    The Mobile Medical Team is a project aimed at covering basic health needs for the 56 communities of illegal immigrants that live and work in the Phro Pra area (50 km south of Mae Sot).

    campo de refugiados Noh Poe

    Buddhist Mission School

    Colabora Birmania helps pay the professors’ salaries that were slashed in half when the NGO that previously maintained the school dropped out.

    campo de refugiados mae la oon

    Agriculture at Mae La Oon

    Mae La Oon is one of 9 refugee camps in Thailand along the Burmese border. It houses 18,900 people. Due to its many needs, Colabora Birmania has launched a project to create a farm, a garden, and a fish farm at the camp.

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