We are a non-profit association and in Myanmar (Burma), one of the poorest countries in the world, we are engaged in raising the standard of education of children and young people. Here are our guidelines to enable people to rely on their own abilities and help themselves and Learning by Doing. In our opinion helping does not mean giving presents. Helping the people in Myanmar can only be effective if it gives them a chance to organize for themselves a life without hunger and need. Read more
IT-Ausbildung | Spenden Help Myanmar e.V. | 04.05.2021
On April 21, we received the terse message from Win Aung “Today, We took out the network accessories from the Mandalay DHL office. “Seven boxes packed with IT equipment (mostly access points, switches, routers, firewalls) had arrived. We had little hope that we would ever be able to retrieve the material. This short sentence sounded unbelievably good and was still visually “authenticated” by three photos.< br/> It was the second large donation of IT components that Thomas Stöcklin had procured. It had taken more than a year to complete the transport to the destination PDO... Read more | also in
A big thank you to all donors. On the pictures you can see that your money has arrived and is well invested: The pictures speak for themselves 1. Win Aung, our manager on site, is proud to hand over the check of the Förderverein to the responsible persons of PDO. In front of him and U Nayaka are the donated bags of rice, the packages with toothpaste, toothbrushes and soap for daily needs.
ROBECO Switzerland Ltd, the Swiss branch of the asset management firm ROBECO, has donated 14.960 Swiss Francs to Foerderverein Myanmar. 10.00 Francs from the firm itself instead of Christmas gifts for customers and further 4.960 Francs from the staff who forewent gratifications for this purpose. With this donation, we can finance two of our most important training projects, TAP (Tourism Assistant Project) and TEAMS (Teaching English At Monastic Schools) for a whole year. Many thanks to ROBECO Switzerland and its staff
Öffentlichkeitsarbeit Help Myanmar e.V. | 17.12.2020
the annual edition of “Mingalaba” comes out. “May blessings come upon you” is one possible translation of this everyday greeting in Myanmar. Every year around Christmas time a new issue is published with photos, reports, greetings and reports of important projects...