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Building connection through weaving

I recently returned from a trip in Muang Paem, a scenic village situated in the forested hills of Tham Lod, Mae Hong Son. The 4 hours drive from Chiang Mai was filled with anticipation not only because we have to travel via winding mountain rugged road but much to excitement. After all, that was my […]

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Reading initiative of the Girls Education Program

Improved reading skills of girls allows them to gain more self-confidence. WEAVE Foundation is working to improve the lives of refugee girls and women under its Girls Education Initiatives through the Women Study Program and Karenni Further Studies Program. By helping them improve their reading skills, these girls does not only improve their social skills, […]

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Sending you all warm wishes of love, peace and hope!

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WEAVE: The Right of Refugee Women in Thailand to Work for Economic Self-Sufficiency

Work for economic self-sufficiency is a fundamental human right. However, in many parts of the world, because of political and social upheavals, this right remains unrealized. While all who lack this right suffer, women and children are mostly affected. To support women in their efforts to respond their economic rights as well as other rights, […]

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Why Early Childhood Intervention is important?

Childhood socioeconomic disadvantage is associated with reduced ability to benefit from schooling, poorer educational outcomes, a lower likelihood of continuing to tertiary education, and less job success. A poor education is associated with increased welfare dependence and lower skilled jobs with lower pay, helping to continue the cycle of disadvantage. Taking steps from an early […]

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