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Posts from the ‘Myanmar’ Category

Walk with Myanmar Students Being in Storms

[ePrayer - Pray for Children Ministry in Myanmar]
Hot summer is soon approaching. The children living in the compound of CEDAR’s partner Fullmoon were excited one day and expressed their wish to their teacher: ‘We really want to go and play in Chung Thar Beach…’ The teacher is puzzled because it’s a long way journey from Fullmoon to Chung Thar Beach and accommodation will be required on the way. Fullmoon is operating on tight financial resources and who can afford to pay for all these expenses?...

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Myanmar Children Basic Needs Project

In the midst of natural disasters and human calamities in Myanmar, many children lost their parents and have no one to rely on. CEDAR started to sponsor a children compound in 2005 to take care of these orphans. The ministry supplies the basic daily necessities to over 130 orphans and gives protection, healing, God's words and schooling opportunity in nearby communities.

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Myanmar Children Basic Needs Project

CEDAR's partner established a children home in the Golden Triangle area in 2008 to take care of the poor children of the ethnic minority of Bulang and Aka.

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Myanmar Children Education Project

CEDAR sponsors 10 high school students for their school fees and transportation fees through a local partner in Myanmar. They need to travel a long distance from the Orphanage in attending government high schools at a town nearby.

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Myanmar MFDC Agricultural Development Project

In April 2011 thirty eight adults coming from 5 states and other high school youth attended a 2 week agricultural training organised by CEDAR’s partner MFDC in Yangon. Participants came from Irrawaddy Delta region which was affected serious by a a super cyclone in May 2008. They practiced excitingly the skills they learnt during the training and have seen improvement on the farm a few months after that. Moreover, the participants are eager to share the knowledge and skills to the community people.

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