Our Learning Centres

Bwe K’Lar Learning Centre

Bwe K’lar Learning Centre was established in 2005 by Paw Pa and his wife Chris Paw. Bwe K’lar School is situated in the village of Bwe K’lar, about 15 kilometers south of Mae Sot.

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Champion Learning Centre

Champion Learning Centre is located near the Moei River, which is the border between Thailand and Burma/Myanmar. It opened in 2006 as a night school and transitioned into

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Elpis Learning Centre

Elpis School was one of the first Learning Centre and was established in 1999 by U Soe Min and Naw He Htoo.  In 1999 there were 60 children in KG to grade 2 and 2 teachers.

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Future Garden Learning Centre

Future Garden (33 Km) Learning Centre is a Burmese migrant school located near the centre of Sa-O, in Pho Phra district, 33 km south of Mae Sot. It was established in 2004.

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Good Morning Learning Centre

From a small hut with 128 students of varying grade levels, Good morning school has improved radically. With a new school building with 10 rooms, a garden,

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Hle Bee Learning Centre

Hlee Bee was established in 1999 by Tha Zin. It has grown from a simple house with 40 children to a multi-building compound with nearly 400 students.

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Hsa Too Lei (Nursery)

Hsa Thoo Lei school was founded by Naw Paw Ray in 1999 with 25 children. It has now developed in one of the biggest learning centres in Mae Sot area, with about 900 enrolled

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Hsa Too Lei (Primary)

Hsa Thoo Lei school was founded by Naw Paw Ray in 1999 with 25 children. It has now developed in one of the biggest learning centres in Mae Sot area, with about 900 enrolled

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Hsa Too Lei (High)

This is the only high school run by BMWEC and therefore is extremely important to all feeder schools in the area. There are only 3 migrant high schools in the Mae Sot area,

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Hta Lor (Ta Lar Aww K’Lar)

Hta Lor (Talar Aor Klar) School is a primary and middle school which is located just inside Burma, on the other side of the Moei river, about 35 km north of Mae Sot. 

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Islam Bang Roong Learning Centre

Islam Bang Roong is a night school situated in the Islamic district of Mae Sot. It was established in 2005 by Cho Cho Mar, the current head teacher. She noticed that in her neighbourhood there were

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Naung Bo Dang Learning Centre

Naung Boe Deng was established in 2005 by Som Rad and it is a new member of BMWEC. It is located near the Moei River, approximately 15 km north of Mae Sot, near the border.

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Nya Li Ah Hta Learning Centre

Nya Li Ah Hta was established in 2000. It is located in the Mae Ramat area about 30 km north of Mae Sot, very near the river Moei, which signs the border with Burma/Myanmar.

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Parahita Learning Centre

Parahita Learning Centre was established in 2006 and joined BMWEC in 2008. It is situated in the compound of a Buddhist monastery in the Phopra sub-district, about 25 km south of Mae Sot.

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Pyo Khin Learning Centre

Pyo Khin is a primary school that teaches Kindergarten to Grade 5. It is located near the center of Mae Sot in a poorer area of the Muslim’s district.

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Star Flower – Special Care

In partnership with Voluntary Services Overseas (VSO) and World Education Thailand, Star Flower opened in June 2009 to provide for the needs of migrant children with special educational needs. 

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Sunset Learning Centre

Sunset was originally established inside a factory to provide education for the employees. Most recently, in order to accommodate the growing number of children wanting to come to the school

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Thoo Mwe Htee Ger Nee

Thoo Mwe Htee Ger Nee was established in 2008. Located in Pho Phra along the Thai-Burma border, about 50 km south of Mae Sot, in a remote village situated on the border river called Mo Ro Chai.

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Youth Centre

Most of the students in the boarding house attend Thai schools but some attend Hsa Thoo Lei. The boarding house arranges a 10-year living permit for the students so they can live and study

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