Marist Asia Foundation focusses attention on Myanmar Migrant children in Ranong. Education offers these children a brighter future.
Three Education Programmes respond to the needs of Myanmar Migrants.
- Burmese Migrant Primary Education Programme (BMPP) – provides an opportunity for 120 Myanmar students aged 8-14 to receive a 3 year primary education
- Burmese Migrant Secondary Education Programme (BMSP) – provides an opportunity for 160 Myanmar students to receive a 4 year secondary education
- English Programme – Prepares selected students for University Learning by completing Intermediate & Academic English.
Marist Asia Foundation believes that each child is of infinite value, regardless of race, religion, gender or financial background.
Mr Prasit Rugklin is the Thai Manager of the Marist Centre. Sr Annie Soe is the Manager of the Burmese Migrant Secondary Education Programme (BMSP) and Nwanway Aung us the Manager of the Burmese Migrant Primary Education Programme. Together they have many years of experience in Education. Marist Asia Foundation has a team of 20 Thai and Myanmar staff along with International Volunteers involved in the 3 Education Programmes.