Tender Extension

This is follow-up announcement for an Invitation to Bid for supply of 3 vehicles with specification as follows: Toyota Hilux pick up Double cab, 4wheel drive, Manual transmission Made in Thailand   for ADRA Thailand “Project Vocational Training to Prepare...

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Vehicle Tender

This is follow-up announcement for an Invitation to Bid for supply of 3 vehicles with specification as follows:   Toyota Hilux pick up Double cab, 4wheel drive, Manual transmission Made in Thailand   for ADRA Thailand “Project Vocational Training to...

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Tender Call for EU/AUP Project

EU/AUP project – Specific procurement notice for international competitive bidding to tender for the supply of school supplies and materials to schools on the Thai-Myanmar border: TENDER NO 001 of ACA/2016/379-425. Proceeds from this grant will be used to purchase...

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Triumph for Artee

We have been following Artees journey over the past year as we have assisted her in applying for Thai Citizenship, which began long before ADRA or UNHCRs involvement.Artee first began preparing documents eight years ago before submitting for full nationality 4 years...

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From Accountant to Activist

When La was a little girl, her village had a visit from an organization called ADRA. Her people had never had much to do with ADRA, and so knew little of the benefits that may await them. During the visit, the Country Director gathered all the children and asked them...

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ECMA Capacity Building Workshop

ADRA Thailand’s ECMA project team and Positive Deviant Consulting Firm conducted a five day workshop to build the capacity of ADRA/ECMA staff and CSO/CBO sub-grant partners on Organizational Development on 21-25 November 2015. Mr Antonio Belgrave led out on the two and half day Training of Trainers (TOT) for ECMA staff on 21-23 November and assisted ECMA staff as they led the next 2 days training for CSO/CBO from 7 organizations on 23-25 November 2016.

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Repairing Lives

La Hea grew up in the Karen state of Myanmar on a small farm. His parents taught him how to grow rice and tend to chilli plants, look after the chickens and fix things when they broke. He lived there with his three brothers and two sisters. At first there was calm, but gradually the rebels impact in the area was noticed by the Burmese army, and soon fighting erupted throughout the Karen State, spreading like wildfire.

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Service That Counts

Eh Paw grew up on a small farm in the Karen State of Myanmar. Her husband managed a animal husbandry business whilst she took care of the house and their son; it was hard but fair work. Trouble soon found them through Burmese soldiers looking for her husbands brother; who had joined the rebel KNU group and the soldiers were demanding information on his whereabouts.

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