More then ten years ago the Story of Sonne in Myanmar started with some very motivated people and a big idea: Give most vulnerable children and young people perspectives and a chance to lead a life in dignity – through provision of comprehensive care and support in education, health care, nutrition and assistance of families.
Our day-care-centre teachers are the heart and soul of SSO Myanmar, and those who connect with the street children on a daily basis. Having a good relationship with the students is vital for their development, for this reason our SONNE teachers are carefully handpicked. However, there is always room for improvement – which is why
Even though we try our best to bring as many children as possible to our day-care-centres, there are still more than enough, who cannot afford the time to stay in school for the entire day. This is mostly due to needing to work in order to help their families out, and many parents would rather
Preparing lunch and dinner daily without them might seems impossible, yet this is exactly how the monastic students of the Mingalar Theikdi nunnery school lived for the past years. This is why on the 1st of January 2017, the SONNE project, to build a new kitchen, started.
The lack of a birth certificate hinders children in Myanmar to enroll in public school. We believe that it is unjustifiable that the lack of a single document stops a child of getting access to education.