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Early Childhood Development Center

Early Childhood Development Center

March 17, 2010
Nursey School Education
Eastern Burma Border

Early Childhood Education Center

Training the Trainers

Early Childhood Nursery School

Guiding 'How To Write'

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Faculty of Education

More collaboration with Faculty of Education, CMU
February, 2010
Teachers’ Training College by EWOB

Welcome from the CMU Dean to the selected students of EWOB

Special Needs Education

Comparative Education


Health Education

EWOB group with CMU Faculty of Education

Zero brain-drain

Messages from the Graduates
1992 – 2010 and present
Servicing The Communities

EWOB programs and trainings are designed for zero brain-drain. And here are some of the updates from our graduates.
Note: for security reason, we have eliminated the name and personal info.

Class of 2008, Faculty of Dentistry

Dear Saya: How are you? I am fine and fat. After my studies, I joined Mae Tao Clinic (MTC) dental department. I also worked with the migrant schools for dental and the health team from Korea and U.S.A, both in the inside and outside of Maesot. Sometimes, we go to the Mae La Oo camp for dental and medical checking. But now those NGOs are back in their countries. This program has finished.

Last month, I was teaching at the Children Development Center (CDC) at the request of Dr. Cynthia Maung. I am teaching at the Grade ( 11 to 12 ) as environment teacher in social studies. Only 2 days ( Thursday and Friday) per week. Other days, I work at the dental department.

Currently, I am trying to get some work at other school health team at Mae Tao Clinic. Also they honoured me with a good salary. Thank you so much.

All above are updates of my true information. Sometime I attend the meeting for EWOB in Maesot. Thank you so much. I never forget all of you.

Educational Activities

Educational Activities that young children can do together
December 2009
Mae La Oo nursery school
Karen tribe refugee camp

Educational activities that young children can do together
. counting
. pre-reading
. language
. art and craft, and
. physical skills are developed as child’s play activities, easy as well as fun.

Pre-reading

Reading

Language, Art & Craft

Successful Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education Training
November 2009
Mae La Oo nursery school
Karen tribe refugee camp

Training the trainers

Teachers' Training for Nursery School

Early Childhood Education Training

At the Global Editors’ Forum

At the Global Editors’ Forum
9 – 11 October 2009
Co-sponsored by the Government of Denmark and Project Syndicate
Confronting Global Warming and Achieving Energy Security

The Director of EWOB and the Dean of AEIOU were both present in the Project Syndicate’s Editors’ Forum in Copenhagen, the weekend of October 9th through 11th.

They met with a few VIPs and raised think-tank topics. Also accepted the invitation to stay two more days in Copenhagen, and highlighted the people of Burma case.

Making Children Smile Beautifully


Here are some of the graduates who passed Dentistry
From The Faculty of Dentistry, CMU
AEIOU programme by EWOB.

Working in the community; Migrant Schools and Mae Toa clinic.

EWOB graduate working in the community

EWOB graduate working in the community

EWOB Dentistry

EWOB Dentistry

AEIOU graduate in the community

AEIOU graduate in the community

AEIOU graduate at Migrant School service

AEIOU graduate at Migrant School service

Our Densitry Services to the Community

Our Densitry Services to the Community

Beautiful Smiles!

Beautiful Smiles!

AEIOU students working at Mae Tao clinic

AEIOU students working at Mae Tao clinic