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... hilltribes, Burmese, Indian, Bangladeshi and Chinese. There were monks in saffron and wine coloured robes; men wearing sarongs of brown woven cloth; bearded and capped muslim men and veiled women; faces covered in white powdered spirals and streaks; red-stained betel nut chewing teeth; and so forth. This market was a veritabe world fair, and we had a great time engaging with so many different people, yet all friendly and kind.
... stop the tears. And this camp was only one of so many others along the Thai / Myanmar border. That experience will not leave me.....ever. I think about those people now every day and my heart just bleeds for them. As for the children....I can't even begin to imagine their little lives. Where the heck do you even begin to solve the immensity of this problem. I guess you just have to pick one little piece and know that this is all anyone can do. Since we got back I have ...
... t raise as much money today. Because of budget cuts, the clinic isn't receiving as much funding, and they're going to have to cut services, including their food program. They feed 3,000 students each month at boarding houses on both sides of the border. It only costs $10 to feed a child for a month. If you can, please donate at maetaoclinic.org/how-to-help/donate/ We all met up at the guesthouse and went out to dinner. It's hard to believe tomorrow is our last day in Mae ...
Yesterday we left Chiang Mai. At noon, we got on the bus for a 6 hour drive. It was nice to be on an air conditioned bus instead of the back of a truck as we went along those windy mountain roads. On the drive we were stopped twice and had to show our ID's. It was the first time I've had to show my passport to ...
... s Medical Fund supported by Childs dream pays for treatment of illnesses that can be cured with one time operations. Such as hole-in-heart surgeries or Hydrocephalus. The Mae Tao clinic and other hospitals in Mae Sot will refer Burmese refugee patients who require such surgeries and meet the criteria to Childs dream who will apply for these refugees to be sent to chiang mai for treatment under the care of Childs Dream. they stay in a safe house while they are ...
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