A letter from Headmaster Alu to all donors

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Background informations to our berean learn center in Fang, Chiang Mai

It is a pleasure to see our students go to school. Our greatest hope is to see our students grow academically and characteristically. Education is new to some of them because they never went to school from birth. Today millions of Shan children are unable to learn due to poverty, discrimination and war. Shan has a population of more than seven million and of these seven million, 30% of children aged five to twelve cannot read or write. We firmly believe that education changes children’s lives. Education helps them overcome poverty and later go in the right direction. Without education and without our school, many Shan children remain trapped in poverty and need. That is why it is our passion to offer Shan children the opportunity to learn and develop in a safe place. With our help, children can acquire the knowledge and skills they need to improve their lives, their families and their communities.

What is the school of tomorrow?

The School of Tomorrow is a primary and secondary academic program that combines the traditional one-room school with fully customized, diagnostically required night tech learning. Supported by pastors, school leaders, teachers and parents in more than 140 countries worldwide with a biblical Christian K-1 to K-12 curriculum. All of our students use this curriculum and we see that our students learn and grow by being accompanied by Christians. Thanks for your support. We couldn’t do the project alone, but together we can offer the children in Fang a better future. With our help, the children can develop into personalities and find a place in their community and family.

Here I would like to introduce you to six of our students

These six students come from many different broken families. Jai Seng and Nong Nang have a difficult fate to bear, their mother is in prison for drug use. Her grandparents took her in. Unfortunately, the grandparents have no money to send their grandchildren to school. Nong Yoi’s parents are separated, her mother has remarried and she now lives with her new father. Nong Jing’s parents did not have enough money to send them to school. Jai Pee and Wan Thang have just moved from Myanmar to Thailand. Her parents do not have a Thai work permit, so there is no money anywhere. With your donations, these children can get a school education and try to lead a normal life.

Thank you so much for your help. Your Alu