Calling all teachers: Burma trip

Myanmar Wednesday, 29 March 2017

We are planning a teacher training visit to Burma in late October/November. Our schools in Burma are seeking training in pre-school education, foundation, key stage 1 and key stage 2. Read the article to find out more. 

Hannah's hard working attitude

Myanmar Wednesday, 15 February 2017

Hannah, age 13, came into our care seven years ago. Her life was turned upside down when Cyclone Nargis hit Burma, tragically killing her mother and paralysing her father.

Guest blog: An Adventure in Burma

Myanmar Thursday, 12 January 2017

Beth spent a month in Burma visiting Stand by Me projects, teaching in our school and meeting our smart and generous children. Here she shares her most memorable experiences. 

Summer camps make Cing say “Wow”

Myanmar Wednesday, 02 November 2016

Cing Sian Hoih is 15 years old and attended one of our summer camps in Burma. She was surprised by all of the different activities and didn’t expect to have so much fun.

The happiest girl in the world

Myanmar, Tuesday, 30 August 2016

“I was the happiest girl in the world in the day when I knew I passed the matriculation examination with distinction in the subject of Economics.”

Meet Elizabeth

Myanmar, Sunday, 14 August 2016

Elizabeth  grew up in Shan State in severe poverty. At 8 years old she had never been to  school and she had contracted Hepatitis B. Now she is part of our Stand by Me  family, she attended school for the first time and we are getting her the  medical attention she needs.

Caring for children in Shan State

Myanmar, Tuesday, 26 July 2016

Stand by Me’s work in Shan State has developed significantly in recent months, reaching out to local children at a summer school and receiving a permit to begin building the Shan State Homes.

A very special gift for Sophia Home

Myanmar, Wednesday, 15 June 2016

It was a normal day at Sophia Academy until our caretaker heard the cries of a baby. Following the cries, he was amazed to find a tiny baby wrapped in cloth under the tree beside the gate - abandoned.

Summer camps leave a lasting impact

Myanmar, Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Each year we provide camps for hundreds of needy children in remote villages, where they enjoy nutritious food, receive medical care, have fun and learn about the love of Jesus. Our staff in Northern Burma ran two camps in the Chin Hills.

Vung has flown the nest

Myanmar, Wednesday, 27 January 2016

We rescued Vung from child labour after she tragically lost both her parents before she was 10. She thrived at our Sophia Home and is now employed as a Medicaine Assistant at Pathay Hospital. She may have moved out of our Sophia Home, but she’ll always be one of our kids.

Reaching 25 villages in Burma

Myanmar, Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Our work to help the victims of the Burma floods has stretched out into the wider areas of Chin State where 40 villages were destroyed by landslides as a result of the floods. Stand by Me’s team has reached 25 villages and over 6,000 people with essential supplies.

Building has begun in Shan

Myanmar, Thursday, 08 October 2015

This year, due to the great needs of children in Shan in Burma, we set out to purchase land to build a children’s village to provide a comfortable ...

Stand by... almost there...