Background of Health Program

Jan. 11 | Health Background Estimates place the number of Burmese migrant workers in Thailand at more than two million. Many of this number are in Thailand illegally and migrant families are often required to live on factory or farm grounds, where living conditions...

Health Education

Jan. 11 | Objectives *To increase reproductive health knowledge among migrants *To decrease social problems among migrant families by practicing safe sex and family planning *Train Peer Educators from among migrant workers to spread messages about safe sex, family...

Mental Health Project

Jan. 11 | SAW, in partnership with Johns Hopkins University, is part of the Mental Health Assessment Project (MHAP). MHAP has developed and tested a community-based mental health counseling intervention. SAW entered into this partnership in July 2010 and took part...

Evening Clinic

Jan. 11 | In addition to the Mobile Medical Team, SAW’s doctor on staff runs an Evening Clinic daily between 7 and 9pm in the Htong Htaung area of Mae Sot (where SAW’s office is located and a majority of their services are run). This service is open to all...

Mobile Medical Team

Jan. 11 | Objectives * Increase access to basic health services for migrant workers in rural Phop Phra. * Increase access to family planning supplies for migrant workers in rural Phop Phra. Target Population * Migrants from Burma in 44 communities of rural Phop...

Burned Burmese Migrant Worker place in 44 Km

Dec. 2 | Burned Burmese Migrant Worker place in 44 Km (2 Dec 2012)

Pyaung Gyi place 44 Km

Nov. 3 | Pyaung Gyi place 44 Km (3 Nov 2012)

To Ban Ha 44 Km

Mar. 11 | Ban Ha 44 Km (11 Mar 2012)

Mobile Medical Team with Colabora BIRMANIA in PhopPhra

Feb. 5 | Sending the photos of Mobile Medical Team with Colabora BIRMANIA in PhopPhra