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    Human Rights

    BY NAW MOL MOL | 5 DECEMBER 2018

    Everyone in the world has differences, including skin colour, language, culture, beliefs, food etc. The only similar thing that they have is being human and having human rights. Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, regardless of race, sex, nationality, ethnicity, language, religion, or any other status. Human rights include the right to life and liberty, freedom from slavery and torture, freedom of opinion and expression, the right to work and education, and many more. Everyone is entitled to these rights, without discrimination.  Read More...

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    Thank you Team!

    The past year has been a huge one for the Global Alms Incorporated team based in Mae Sot and we, the Board, are so amazed at what they have achieved in following their passion to help the disadvantaged and vulnerable people on the Thai-Myanmar border. We sincerely acknowledge the effort each member of the team has put in, the compassion, love and loyalty they have shown, the practical help they have given, and the sacrifices they have made for the communities they work with.  Read More...

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    Thank you Team!

    The past year has been a huge one for the Global Alms Incorporated team based in Mae Sot and we, the Board, are so amazed at what they have achieved in following their passion to help the disadvantaged and vulnerable people on the Thai-Myanmar border. We sincerely acknowledge the effort each member of the team has put in, the compassion, love and loyalty they have shown, the practical help they have given, and the sacrifices they have made for the communities they work with.  Read More...

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    An Intern's Perspective - Chasing your dreams!

    BY JJ MORA | 21 NOVEMBER 2018

    How far are you willing to go? Everyone has a dream, some smaller and some bigger. In my short time of 20 years on this earth so far, one of the things I’ve noticed while just walking down the street is from the businessman that’s always talking on the phone, to the mother walking her children to school, to the person asking for spare change, all of them at least at one point in their life had a dream.   Read More...

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    Complexities of Human Trafficking

    BY RUTH LESMANA | 7 NOVEMBER 2018

    We fight against any assaults on human rights, dignity and value. We listen to our neighbours, the people in the communities, and partner with them so that they are aware of certain dangers that they’re exposed to. We continue discussions and collaborations to connect them with opportunities and support services they may need. We educate and train in order to equip them with knowledge and skills that they can take wherever they go.  Read More...

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    A Migrant Workers Life

    BY NAW MOL MOL | 11 SEPTEMBER 2018

    Most of the migrant workers in Thailand are from Myanmar. It is because of financial difficulties, lack of business, low wages, weak government support, war, and disasters that they choose to migrate to other countries to work hard to support their family; although in their mind, they would not like to live without their loved ones. This includes me too.  Read More...

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