“Today’s children are our future.”
Please join us as we bring fresh hope and a better future to some of our world’s most desperate children.
Through the generosity and participation of countless caring and big-hearted individuals, schools, businesses, churches and other community organisations, Effective Aid International has been empowering children through our education and community development projects since 2002. We have already delivered more than 12,000 years of formal education to thousands of children in refugee camps and internally displaced communities on the Thai – Myanmar border.
The future is exciting as Myanmar slowly opens its borders to the world and welcomes the assistance of charities like Effective Aid International. While our focus is currently being redirected from the border regions to villages inside Myanmar, we will not abandon the disadvantaged and displaced families and children who have been part of our lives for so many years.
Your donations are tax deductible and will enable us to continue to deliver our impacting and innovative initiatives to the communities in which we work.
Quality education will bring positive change to the future of a child and eventually a nation. The United Nations identifies education as the best single answer to the future elimination of global poverty. Effective Aid International has been delivering quality education and impacting the communities of refugees and displaced people living in the regions along the Thai-Myanmar border and rural Northern Thailand since 1992.
Over the years we have been delivering education to the displaced children of Myanmar, we have employed hundreds of teachers. People who are passionate about education. People who gave all they could to sow into the lives of their students. Amazing people of all ages and from all backgrounds.
In the past government expenditure on community development, education and health has been among the lowest in the world. While the situation is improving, the road forward will be slow. The ethnic groups that make up a large proportion of the country’s population are slowly recovering from decades of conﬂict and persecution.