Monthly Archives: September 2014

Soe Meh’s story

Q: Can you say a little bit about your history? A: I was born in Loikaw Township, in 1989. I grew up in Daw Kraw Aw village. I stayed there until I was 13 years old. After this, I arrived … Continue reading

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Ready for freedom: A Volunteer Testimonial from Elliot Billingsley

This year, I had the privilege of teaching at the SDC for a short, 3-month term. The SDC is one of the best run community-based organizations on the Thailand-Burma border. It gives an opportunity for Karenni and other Myanmar refugees … Continue reading

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Traditional Deeku festival celebration 2014

Between September 3rd and 5th, Karenni refugees celebrated Deeku festival. The elderly leaders of our animist religion who preserve and are knowledgeable about our ethnic’s traditional ways organise our traditional festivals. They lead in predicting which days are suitable for … Continue reading

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