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Visiting of our scholars’ families

By Kwah Dao | June 28, 2022

On June 26, we visited two of our scholars’ families in Pai to follow up on their living conditions and discuss with their parents the plans on sending their kids to boarding school for the next academic year. Khamsai family has four members, she lives together with her parents and one younger sister in a …

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Congratulations to our new graduate!

By Kwah Dao | April 29, 2022

We are very pleased to share one more memorable achievement with all our generous founders, donors, and supporters who made it possible for our stateless, nationality-less, marginalized, and vulnerable students to have access to higher education opportunities. We are very grateful for your support!  Senghom, one of our students who was awarded a full scholarship …

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Legal Aid for Stateless or Nationality-less People in Northern Thailand

By Kwah Dao | April 8, 2022

Kwah Dao Foundation has officially started its legal consultation for the people who are facing statelessness or nationality-less problems, especially the students and elderlies. We are now ready to help you overcome your obstacles.

Our Youth Center’s new program (Chinese Class)

By Kwah Dao | February 27, 2022

                After the survey among our students on adding a new program (the Chinese class) to our Youth Center curriculum in the previous month, we found that many of them were very interested in it and kept asking for the start of the class. Although there are some limitations and challenges we have to face, …

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A volunteer English teacher opportunity is now available in Pai, Mae Hong Son!

By Kwah Dao | February 21, 2022

Kwah Dao is looking for a volunteer to work in our Youth Center in Pai, Mae Hong Son! Kwah Dao is a registered non-profit organization working to provide educational programs to underprivileged children. This is a great opportunity for someone who loves teaching and would like to spend time in Thailand while giving back to …

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Our Youth Center’s current classes

By Kwah Dao | January 16, 2022

As English is one of the world’s major languages so we set it as one of our most important programs by providing Elementary and Intermediate English classes to our students. In addition, we expect to provide them with more classes such as Advanced English and TOEFL to ensure that they are competitive with others when …

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Visiting of Shan communities on the occasion of Thai National Children’s Day

By Kwah Dao | January 7, 2022

On the occasion of Thai National Children’s Day, Kwah Dao Foundation has visited Shan communities, Pang Hin or Rock Village, and Kung Mok Kham, to inspect the livelihood of the villagers and donated consumer goods to impoverished families as well as donating school supplies to the children. Pang Hin is a small Shan community located …

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Change of Leadership

By Kwah Dao | December 13, 2021

We are pleased to announce the third time in a row that one of our own graduates will assume a position of leadership for Kwah Dao. Pii was an early graduate of the program, and ran the organization for over a year. She was followed by Bonnie, who graduated 2nd in his class one of …

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Raining season in Pai

By Kwah Dao | December 21, 2019

A lot of heat and flooding The rainy season is in full swing, at least in theory. In fact, rain remains a rarity this year. When it comes, it crashes over our little town in violent torrents, so that everything near the river is flooded. The flood damage along the Pai River has once again …

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Why do we teach them Thai?

By Kwah Dao | April 23, 2019

Most of the children that we teach at Kwah Dao are from Shan migrant families. These families have fled civil war and ongoing human rights abuses. The families are not recognised as “refugees” in Thailand so they are denied safe refuge and assistance from international aid agencies. The brunt of this problem is borne by …

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