$14.000 € - Active project / $From february de 2010 raised Mae Sot, Thailand

Chicken School Nursery

  • March 01 , 2010

Situation

In early 2010 we visited the Chicken School nursery for the first time, and found a wooden shelter that was falling apart, where the heat and humidity were unbearable. Every day 25 children attended class, anxious to learn, but there was only one teacher, along with one caretaker who would prepare the rice in the same room where the children were having class and playing.

Objective

Find a center that meets health and hygiene requirements, with different spaces in order to divide the classes into age groups.

Create separate spaces for cooking and eating, to not interrupt the daily classes, and set up a playground area for recess.

Increase the number of students and hire new qualified teachers.

Today

As soon as you arrive to the Chicken School nursery, you already feel that this is a place where the children have fun and learn. The colorful building is divided into 4 spaces so the little ones can do what they do best: be kids. Currently there are 126 children registered at the school, which is made up of 4 classrooms, a kitchen, boys´ and girls´ bathrooms, and a playground with swings. The four teachers teach different classes depending on the children’s grade.

Colabora Birmania finances 100% of the school, covering the rent, teachers’ salaries, school supplies, transport, and one meal per day for the students.

We have been able to register the school with the Thai Ministry of Education for Immigrants, therefore the students are able to receive a temporary ID card and the teachers can attend training workshops.

We have been able to register the school with the Thai Ministry of Education for Immigrants, therefore the students are able to receive a temporary ID card and the teachers can attend training workshops.

Students registered
Year 2011 72Students
Year 2012 96Students
Year 2013 116Students
Year 2014 119Students
Year 2015 126Students

Your support means more children can have access to an education.

Of the 20,000 children in the Mae Sot area, only 9,000 have access to education.

Fundación Colabora Birmania ​​ · G-87136826 · Concepción Jerónima 22, 28012, Madrid · Espacio cedido por la agencia BtoB · © 2015 Colabora Birmania

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