Meet one of our teachers on the Thai-Burma border. This is her eighth year teaching at this particular school in a displacement camp.
“I see that the school is very helpful for children who come to take refuge in [the] camp as well as the surrounding villages. I am thankful to Sharing Hope and each individual who you work with. The school continues to run because of your loving supports.
The funds we receive, we use for the needs in the house like rice, oil, and kitchen utilities. It really lower our financial challenges.
There is no denial that we sometimes get tired and discourage because of the conflicts but we are determined to work for the children to have better lives, receive education and that they will not stay behind.
We are determined to work for the children to have better lives, receive education and that they will not stay behind.
As for our donors, even though we have never met in person, we always remember you in our prayers. We do not take your support for granted.”
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