Nursery School Program (2011-2012)

EWOB Nursery School Program
2011-2012 School Term, Karen Village, Burma
This is 2011-12 school semester, “Mae La Oo” nursery school in Karen State/Camp. It has commenced in June with very limited fund where refugees teachers and coordinators put their best effort for those young children who has no childhood in the jungle.
This “Mae La Oo” nursery-school program has been funded and supported by EWOB, since 1992.

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Relief and Emergency Effort (Fire)

EWOB Relief and Emergency
Karenni Camp, Burma (March 2011)
Fire destroyed a total of 19 houses. Houses were built by the villagers with Bamboo and leaves from the nearby forest. The military government has niehter social program nor the rural development program nor emergency relief program in placed, since 1962.
Another 22 houses were uprooted by the local-villagers to stop the fire. The reconstruction of the village was planned and executed by EWOB, and its volunteers.
Rebuilt & Restored, Karenni Camp. Donations came from sympathetic fellow men like you. Villagers thank YOU.

Trainer, Zero Brain Drain

Training offered by a graduate-student of EWOB (AEIOU program)
Dental Care Training, Closing ceremony at local Clinic, February 2011
ZERO brain-drain. 99% of the students who went through training-programs from EWOB, including AEIOU program returned to their hometowns, continue working in their communities, and some became trainers at several training centers.
Hometowns = Periperals for Burma where the enthinic groups resides. Ethnic groups are Shan, Karen, Kaya (Karenni), Mon, Chin, Kachin, and Rakhai. And the above image is from Mae Tao Clinic, Karen Camp, Burma.

Educator, Zero Brain Drain

Teacher by a graduate-student from EWOB (AEIOU program)
Special Education School, Kaya State, Burma (November 2011 – to date)

ZERO brain-drain. 99% of the students who went through training-programs from EWOB, including AEIOU program returned to their hometowns, continue working in their communities, and some became teachers at several local schools.

Hometowns = Periperals for Burma where the enthinic groups resides. Ethnic groups are Shan, Karen, Kaya (Karenni), Mon, Chin, Kachin, and Rakhai. And the above image is from a Kaya Primary School, Kaya State (Karenni), Burma.

Education without Nutrition

Working towards self-sustaining and Zero brain-drain. Dr. Tin Yee

The Empowering Women of Burma presents

Education without Nutrition

Raising awareness amongst the Educators of Canada

Making known of the lack of nutrition in the early childhood education program in the periperals of Burma.

Peace Arch Primary School

October, 2010

White Rock, British Columbia, Canada

Precious Memories to Practical Moments (PM to PM)

“The change has to come from within” Dr. Rosy (Director of Empowering Women of Burma, cum Rector of AEIOU & Adjunct Professor of  SFU)

The Empowering Women of Burma presents

Precious Memories to Practical Moments

Sunday, August 8, 2010 (12:00 – 2:00PM)

Gateway Burmese Baptist Church: No.3175, 107 Ave, Surrey, BC, Canada

(map here)

Tickets: by donation only (official charity receipt will be provided for CA$25.00 and above)

Dress code: semi-formal (come prepared to have fun)

  • Burmese Food
  • Presentation
  • Hand-made fabrics display (made, and owned by the refugees)
  • Social: meet & greet
  • Sorry – No alcohol will be served.

All proceed will be presented to Mae La Oo Nursery School in the Karen Refugee Camp.

Print invitation here

Email: OliveriaJones@gmail.com

Sisters of the World (SOW)

Only Education Can Create Citizens Who Will Establish Democratic, Fair and Just Societies…Without the Stains of Racism, Casteism and Other Unjust  “HUMAN” Behaviors and Actions. Ms. Sukhy Dhillon

The Empowering Women of Burma participates

Sisters of the World (SOW)

The seeds of friendship

To support a School in India and a Bruendi (Africa) student

The event is organized by a teacher from PACE:  Parents and Children’s Education Services

Friday, June 11, 2010 (6-10PM)

No. 12778, 66th ave, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada
(near Kwantlen University)
Tickets: $20.00 (or) by Donation

Dress code: casual/ formal (come prepared to have fun)

  • Food
  • Entertainment
  • Dancing
  • Singing
  • Open mike for jokes and songs
  • Fun games
  • Sorry – No alcohol will be served

All proceed will be presented to Sukhy Dhillon and the Program.

Tel: (+1) 778-237-0659