As we wrap up the reports for the past year we share some of the many stories of hope that we celebrate here among Burmese Migrants.
Check out the achievements in the Education, Health and Migrant Support Programmes and enjoy some of the personal stories that provide a glimpse into everyday life here on the Thailand / Burma Border.
Myint Myat, a special little boy who had never been to school and now after several months at preschool teaches his Mum songs and letters of the alphabet each night.
Pan Phyu, a special young woman who was found with her three orphan sisters in need of safety and a home, and now celebrates a secondary education and a future full of hope.
U Kan Kaung, a sick man found found dying and abandoned now strong, working, and looking forward to the return of his daughter.
Kyaw Naing, who has an incredible story of struggle and personal determination to move from collecting rubbish on the streets to getting an education.
Leah Wa Wa Zaw who stood before the whole community clothed with a university graduation gown, hardly able to believe the dream of a university education has come true.
We love the work we do and the people we serve in Ranong. We continue to face great challenges. The needs are still very great here on the Thailand Burma Border despite the talk and politics of change in Burma.
Thanks to all our supporters. We ask for your continued prayer and support in the year ahead.