Myanmar is one of the poorest and most underdeveloped nations in Southeast Asia. Years of isolation, internal fighting and human rights violations have prevented the country from making progress.
Burmese children in Mae Sot who are not in school work illegally in the fields. Not only that, but they are also not identified, so if they are victims of human trafficking mafias, they cannot be traced. Thanks to Colabora Birmania, hundreds of children have the opportunity to grow and develop every year in Mao Tao, a Thai border town that concentrates its aid projects on the very young.
TUBACEX promotes the continuation of these programs, financing the costs of the full development cycle of the child: orphanage, nursery, education and support in finding work.