Ranong, Thailand. MMR students are proud and delighted to receive the computer certificates from Thai government’s Centre for Non-Formal and Informal Education (KoSoNo) Ranong province.
The Centre’s Assistant Director,Mr Chayanin, distributed the certificates to 33 students who finished and passed sixty hours of computer skills and training.
Last year January 2011, MMR signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Centre for Non-Formal and Informal Education (KoSoNo). The MoU aims to provide educational opportunities for the less fortunate Burmese children and young people in Ranong.
The certificates were distributed during the MMR’s mother’s day celebration.