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24.12.2019

Child's Dream - Thank you letters of three of your university scholarship students-

Child's Dream - Thank you letters of three of your university scholarship students

1) Moh Moh Myint Zaw from Myanmar

 “This is Moh Moh Myint Zaw from Myanmar. I am writing to thank you for your contribution to my further studies. I had just graduated from Chiang Mai University in May, majoring in Social Sciences and Development.

…Since completing university studies, I have been working as a Social Science Teacher Trainer.

… I am sure you know how valuable your support was by looking at my work now and how much my work benefit marginalized people of Myanmar.

Thank you very much and I wish you a happy and healthy life with your family. I also hope you keep supporting young people to bring about change in their communities.”

2) Thin Thin Lay from Myanmar

“First of all, I would like to thank the donor for making this possible for me to become a university graduate as I always dream of. Special thanks go to my donor that supports me for the 3 and half years during my study.

… My name is Thin Thin Lay and I am a Mon student from Myanmar but left for the Mae La Refugee Camp in Thailand at the age of 13. I am currently enrolled at Rangsit University in Bangkok and expect to receive a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Development in mid-December 2019. Besides, I am working as a Research Assistant supporting the Security Dialogue program at Myanmar Institute for Peace and Security (MIPS). The focus project that I am working on is “Collaborative Research to Provide Close Interactive Technical Support to Negotiators on Security Issues”.”

3) Nang Kham Lao Hurk, Northern Shan State, Myanmar

“My name is Nang Kham Lao Hurk and I am from Northern Shan State, Myanmar. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your financial aid through 2015 - 2019. I felt very privileged to have been chosen as one of the recipients. I have finished studying with the major of Social Science at Chiang Mai University (CMU), Thailand in May 2019. I had completed eight semesters and graduated with First Class Honor 3.62 CGPA. I was doing well in the university and I found my life at CMU was overwhelming. I chose to study B.A in Social Science since it helps me to know more about society based on theories, then give me various information to create a healthy community. Choosing this field also gave me opportunities to be an Intern at Mekong Community Institute (MCI) in Chiang Mai and Phidaungsu Institute (PI) Yangon, Myanmar. I gained valuable working experiences from there. Moreover, on my third year, I did research related to Myanmar migrant workers in Chiang Mai. I learned a lot about their hardships and struggles in another soil. That is why I came back to my homeland to create a better community and hope for their return. During my study, I received an Academic Excellence Award for my first year and third year.”