Our work is focused on supporting widows and veterans from the Second World War, who fought with the British, and also the 120,000 refugees, mainly from the Karen and Karenni ethnic groups, living in the nine overcrowded camps strung out along
the Thai-Burma border.
Each year we provide a small grant to a dwindling band of veterans and widows from the Second World War. These old soldiers were amongst Britain’s most loyal allies in the ‘Forgotten War’ against Japan in Burma (1942-45).
Emmanuel School is a small primary school in Mae La refugee camp on the Thai/Burma border. The camp, which has a population of 34,823 (June 2020 figure) is the largest of nine camps strung along the Thai-Burma border.
The Care Villa is home to a group of 8 male land-mine victims in Mae La refugee camp on the Thai/Burma border.
H4FA has supported this small bible college in Ban Mae Surin, Karenni Refugee Camp on the Thai/Burma border since 2001. There are approximately 26 students and 12 teaching staff and the college is full of life and a
source of comfort and support to the camp population.
We would like to thank supporters all over the world, but especially in the UK, Belgium and Tokyo, who have made our work possible for more than 15 years now. As the charity has grown in recent years (thanks entirely to your selfless generosity) we have been able to reach further into Burma. This has, unfortunately, meant that we are now unable to continue to fund all administration costs from the trustee's private funds. However, we still spend less than 3% of donations on administration, so almost all money donated still goes entirely to the projects you support.
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