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Title: Moteoo education
Date of publication: 04 October 2018
Description/subject: "Mote Oo was formed in January 2013 by staff with many years experience working in Myanmar education. It is a small, locally run, community-focused organisation specialising in teacher training and adult education materials development. Training workshops and teacher support are based on the needs of teachers, students and organisations and build upon previous training and classroom observations. We design social science, civic education and English language materials to meet the needs of teachers and students in the non-formal adult education sector..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Moteoo
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 17 September 2014


Title: Moteoo Life and Learning Skills
Date of publication: 2018
Description/subject: 2 sets of Life and Learning Skills resources: (1)YOUNG ADULT SUCCESS: Young Adult Success is a self-access book designed to activate skills for late adolescents/young adults and their teachers, parents, and care-givers. It explores life skills, personal development, psychology, thinking, resilience and socio-emotional learning. Each chapter contains several challenges that test understanding and help the reader apply these concepts to their own life experience. It is written in upper-intermediate English and Myanmar, and is currently being piloted. Final version are scheduled for release at the end of 2017..... (2)LEARNING SKILLS(DRAFT): Learning Skills is a 40 hour course written in pre-intermediate English. It looks at the skills you need for effective academic study, including note-taking, groupwork, time management, presentation, essay structure and exam techniques. It is designed for people starting a post-secondary or university academic course. It is currently being piloted, and is scheduled for release September 2017. Mote Oo are currently drafting a sequel, focusing on Research Skills. This is anticipated to be released in late 2018.
Language: English, Burmese (ျမန္မာဘာသာ)
Source/publisher: Mote Oo Education
Format/size: html, pdf
Alternate URLs: http://www.moteoo.org/curriculum/downloads/
Date of entry/update: 04 October 2018


Title: Moteoo Social Science
Date of publication: 16 May 2016
Description/subject: 5 sets of Social Science resources: (1) SOCIAL SCIENCE: ASEAN is a short module introducing students to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). It looks at the history of Southeast Asia, as it relates to ASEAN; it examines the principles, processes and background of ASEAN; and finally it looks at issues facing ASEAN..... (2) GENDER: ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES: Gender: Issues and Perspectives covers common gender issues in Myanmar, regionally and globally.It includes chapters on: family and community, work, education, religion, and leadership, sexuality, religion and gender-based violence..... (3)HISTORIES OF BURMA: Histories of Burma is a source-based approach to Myanmar’s History. It comprises is a set of books which introduce to key historic research skills as well as providing a critical and reflective study of many aspects of history from the region. Students are encouraged to highlight certain themes in history, to look at original source documents, to try and understand different ideas that come from these sources and to think about how they can influence opinions about the past..... (4)PLANET EARTH: Planet Earth: A Myanmar Student’s Guide to the BBC TV Series is a natural science book to accompany the award-winning TV series. It has 11 units, each of which focuses on one episode of the TV show. Every unit has background and further reading, plus comprehension questions for the video. Additionally, every unit has “Focus on…” knowledge and skill sections, which explore how the themes relate to Myanmar or to the region..... (5)WHO KILLED CHEA VICHEA?: Who Killed Chea Vichea? is a bilingual English/Myanmar resource which examines the 2004 assassination of a Cambodian labour rights leader. It contains a DVD of the documentary film (with English and Myanmar subtitles), comprehension and analysis activities, and a look at the implications for labour issues in Myanmar. This resource was produced in cooperation with Loudmouth Films.
Language: English, Burmese (ျမန္မာဘာသာ)
Source/publisher: Mote Oo Education
Format/size: html, pdf
Alternate URLs: http://www.moteoo.org/curriculum/downloads/#ffs-tabbed-12
Date of entry/update: 04 October 2018


Title: Moteoo Teacher Training
Date of publication: 21 October 2015
Description/subject: 5 sets of teacher-training resources: (1) ACTIVITIES FOR SOCIAL SCIENCE TEACHING. This is a resource and reference book for teachers of social sciences, English language and critical thinking. It has six chapters with over 120 activities. Each chapter focuses on a different aspect of teaching social science subjects, covering comprehension, personalisation and critical thinking activities, using data: timelines, statistics, charts and maps and tips on planning your social science lessons...... (2) THE NEW TEACHER MODULE 1: How Do Learners Learn? looks at how and why learners learn. It covers learning styles, intelligences, motivation and identity. It includes a DVD of teaching in action, with accompanying exercises..... (3) THE NEW TEACHER: MODULE 2: How Do You Teach for Learning? focuses on classroom management issues, including eliciting, grouping, classroom arrangement and boardwork. It includes a DVD of teaching in action, with accompanying exercises..... (4) THE NEW TEACHER: MODULE 3: Lesson Planning Looks at lesson and course planning. It focuses on lesson objectives, structure and content, and how to evaluate your lesson..... (5) SONGS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE: Songs for Social Change is a multi-level English language learning resource. It uses songs to highlight issues facing Myanmar and the world: the environment, inequality, human rights, poverty and injustice.....DOWNLOADS TO THE ACTUAL TEXTS IN THE PAGE
Language: English, Burmese (ျမန္မာဘာသာ)
Source/publisher: Mote Oo Education
Format/size: html, pdf
Alternate URLs: http://www.moteoo.org/curriculum/downloads/#ffs-tabbed-13
Date of entry/update: 04 October 2018


Title: Moteoo Civic and Peace Education
Date of publication: 16 March 2015
Description/subject: 5 sets of Civic and Peace Education resources: (1) DEMOCRACY: This book encourages learners to take a more active role in their community. It explores issues such as rights and responsibilities, community, identity and values, and how they are important to citizenship and community participation. Active Citizenship uses a similar approach to Democracy, but encourages learners to think critically about social issues and how they can address them in their community..... (2) ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP: Active Citizenship builds on the knowledge and skills developed in Democracy to encourage learners to take a more active role in their community. It explores issues such as rights and responsibilities, community, identity and values, and how they are important to citizenship and community participation. The book uses a similar approach to Democracy, but encourages learners to think critically about social issues and how they can address them in their community..... (3) ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP RESOURCE PACK: The Active Citizenship Resource Pack is a book of photocopiable activities, texts and other resources designed to accompany Mote Oo Education’s Active Citizenship coursebook but can easily be used on its own as a source of instant activities for an English, civics or social science class..... (4) POLITICS: Politics introduces learners to concepts needed to analyse politics on a national level. These include ideologies, governments, constitutions, the media, civil society and political parties. It includes activities and discussions that encourage learners to reflect on how political ideas, institutions and actors are related, and then to apply them to current events in their community and country..... (5) CONFLICT AND PEACE: Conflict & Peace is a peace education studies course for adult education. It is accompanied by a teacher’s book with instructions, facilitation notes for activities, answers and ideas for additional activities. It comes in two units. Unit One: Understanding Conflict, explains how to analyze conflict and describes destructive and constructive ways of dealing with conflicts. Unit Two: Understanding Peace, explains how to decrease violence, transform conflict, and build peace in society.
Language: English, Burmese (ျမန္မာဘာသာ)
Source/publisher: Mote Oo Education
Format/size: html, pdf
Alternate URLs: http://www.moteoo.org/curriculum/downloads/#ffs-tabbed-11
Date of entry/update: 04 October 2018


Title: Curriculum Project
Description/subject: "The Curriculum Project was established in 2001, to work with post-high school (Post-10) schools along the Thai/Burma border. Curriculum Project works with teachers and students to design curricula and materials, and provides teacher training and teacher support programmes. All schools and organizations the project works with are run by, and teach, refugees and marginalized groups from Burma, based in Thailand, India and China. The programs supported by the Curriculum Project are all Post-10 programs: education institutes and courses for students who have graduated from year 10, but need further training before going on to community work or accessing the few higher education opportunities available to refugees from Burma. The Curriculum Project’s objectives are to develop curricula and materials for two purposes: to capacitate students for work in community organisations, and to prepare students for further education opportunities. Currently we are working on curricula, materials and teacher training for general and academic english, social studies, maths and science. The project also assists teachers working on Burmese as a second language and community development."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Curriculum Project
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 29 December 2005


Title: Curriculum Project: English modules
Description/subject: * General English Modules 1 – 12 (2009 Edition)...* Reading and Writing Module 1: Journals and Book Reviews...* Reading and Writing Module 2: Describing Pictures and People...* Reading and Writing Module 3: Narrating Past Events...* Persuasion: An Intermediate Level Reading and Writing Module...* Romeo and Juliet: A Play and Film Study Guide...* Movie Modules...* Skyjack!: A Reading and Listening Module...* World of Knowledge
Language: English
Source/publisher: Curriculum Project
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 03 February 2011


Title: Curriculum Project: Learning with The Irrawaddy
Description/subject: Irrawaddy magazine has kindly agreed to supply free subscriptions to the magazine to all Post-10 schools. CP has been designing teaching materials to accompany the magazine. These are aimed primarily at intermediate level learners, although some can be used with good pre-intermediate English language and social studies classes.
Language: English
Source/publisher: Curriculum Project
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 03 February 2011


Title: Curriculum Project: Maths modules
Description/subject: * Maths software...* Maths Module 1: Numbers...* Maths Module 2: Algebra...* Maths Module 3: Statistics...* Maths Module 4: Geometry
Language: English
Source/publisher: Curriculum Project
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 03 February 2011


Title: Curriculum Project: Social Studies modules
Description/subject: * Introduction to Social Studies...* South East Asian Studies...* Environment Issues...* History of Burma from a Multi-ethnic Perspective...* Systems of Democracy...* Economics: An Introduction...* Gender...* International Conflict and Crisis (being edited)...* Community Development
Language: English
Source/publisher: Curriculum Project
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 03 February 2011


Title: Curriculum Project: Teaching Resources
Description/subject: * An Introduction to Teaching Skills...* Two Truths, One Lie...* Activate!
Language: English
Source/publisher: Curriculum Project
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 03 February 2011


Title: Drum Publications
Description/subject: "The Drum Publication Group was founded in May 1998. The goal of the Drum Publication Group is to promote literature in both Karen and Burmese languages with the overall objectives of developing education for Burmese people wherever they might reside. The Group wishes to establish contact with as many other groups and individuals as possible who are involved in literature and education, and to be involved in all aspects of literacy development and the ensuing work of printing suitable books and teaching aids. As well as translation and typesetting we would like to assist those NGOs involve in education work at all stages. Participation in planning sessions and workshops would be welcomed and would, we feel, increase our capacity to play a useful role in this regard. The Group will promote, through its own practice, transparency and accountability, in all dealings. The Group is not affiliated with any political organization and stands for racial and sexual equality. The Drum Group's focus is on: * Writing and printing educational books. * Producing teaching aids and extra-curricula materials. * Translation of texts, to and from, both Sgaw Karen and Burmese languages - especially those relevant to education. * Establishing a library and documentation centre to preserve valuable books and documents. * Assisting the printing of educational material in Pwo Karen, Shan, Mon and other ethnic languages. A catalogue of our publications is available on this web site. Publications are distributed at cost price, or less, to groups and individuals involved in formal or non-formal education or training. Those ordering large numbers of books as well as overseas institutes are requested to pay the full cost of the order plus postage costs... Downloadable books: * English - Sgaw Karen Student Dictionary (PDF version which can be used off line) * Days Not to be Forgotten : (Sgaw Karen), Karen veterans of WWII share their experiences * Echos from Karen Land: (Sgaw Karen) * Little Authors' Imaginative World: (Sgaw Karen) * * Lilly and Pa Saw Htee's Amazing Earth and the Universe Facts: (Sgaw Karen / English) * Lilly and Pa Saw Htee's Amazing Animal Facts: (Sgaw Karen / English) * Ethnic Folktakes of Burma : (Sgaw Karen) * Hta for Children : (Sgaw Karen) * A Holiday I Will Never Forget (a choose your our adventure story) : (Sgaw Karen) * Brain Sharpeners : math puzzles (Sgaw Karen) * Traditional Karen Dress : (Sgaw Karen) Drum's quarterly fun newsletter for kids! * * Drum Kids Newsletter, July 2006:(Sgaw Karen) * Drum Kids Newsletter, April 2006:(Sgaw Karen) * Drum Kids Newsletter, Jan. 2006:(Sgaw Karen) * Drum Kids Newsletter, Oct. 2005:(Sgaw Karen)
Language: English, Sgaw Karen, Burmese
Source/publisher: Drum Publication Group
Format/size: html, pdf
Date of entry/update: 04 September 2006


Title: Educasia
Description/subject: "Educasia is a program of the Curriculum Department of Thabyay Education Foundation. Our Vision: The Curriculum Department of Thabyay works for a future with: • A society offering relevant and equal educational opportunities for all • Active citizens with appropriate knowledge and skills to participate in the peaceful development of their communities and society Educasia’s mission and functions Educasia started in 2008 as a replication of the successful program The Curriculum Project. Educasia supports the development of post-secondary and adult education initiatives in Myanmar. Its focus is on non-formal groups working for positive social change and development. Educasia works to: • Provide young adults with appropriate knowledge and skills to participate in peaceful development of communities and society and to pursue meaningful further education • Support development, implementation and provision of context-appropriate curricula and learning structures • Build capacity of teachers and educators in low-resource environments • Build flexible learning pathways and innovative educational solutions. Target groups • Post-secondary schools and learning centers • Adult education programs • Civil society organizations Final beneficiaries • Adult learners and their teachers • Disadvantaged populations • Internally displaced people • Community development workers Our activities along the Thai-Myanmar border benefit Myanmar refugees and migrants....@
Language: English, Burmese
Source/publisher: Thabyay Education Foundation (TEF)
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 26 September 2016


Title: EPOP Asia
Description/subject: "EPOP is an online study program designed to improve student’s language and study skills in order to pass university entrance exams. These include the TOEFL, IELTS and GED. Many students from various parts of Asia find it difficult to obtain affordable and high quality support for these exams. EPOP works directly with these students to provide a highly competitive program that aims to improve all elements of academic English. Over the course of several months, students will submit regular essays and assignments online, as well as consult with other students via the online EPOP forum. Qualified teachers also act as support staff throughout the process, mentoring small groups of students to achieve their desired results. Upon completion of the program, EPOP also provides links to other organizations, where further information regarding scholarships and funding can be obtained..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: EPOP (Exam Preparation Outreach Program)
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 01 April 2010


Title: eTekkatho - Educational resources for the Myanmar academic community
Description/subject: "eTekkatho is a digital library especially designed for the academic community in Myanmar. The library is delivered over a very low bandwidth website and is also available over local area networks at partner institutions in Myanmar. The project is not-for-profit and access to the library is free. Anyone can use the library and no registration is required......SUBJECTS: "Earth sciences... Environment... Human geography... Physical geography... Research tools and methods... South East Asia and related country studies... Supporting subjects... Computing and IT... English language... Mathematics
Language: English (Burmese?)
Source/publisher: University of Manchester
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 19 November 2013


Title: Internships Asia
Description/subject: "Internships Asia (IA) is a non-profit, educational institution based in Chiang Mai Thailand. Diverse, highly motivated individuals are provided organizational exchange internships with local, national, and regional non-governmental and community-based organizations. These experiential learning exchanges encourage participants to become well informed and engaged within their fields of interest upon returning to their home organizations. Interns contribute significantly to their placements, and often demonstrate qualities of interest to projects seeking longer-term support. For this reason, program alumni serve as leaders in their professions, communities, and nations around the region..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Internships Asia
Format/size: html
Alternate URLs: http://internshipsasia.org/
Date of entry/update: 01 April 2010


Title: Inya Institute
Description/subject: "Inya Institute is a Yangon-based higher learning institute dedicated to advancing the social sciences, the arts and humanities as they are related to Myanmar. It is a non-political, non-religious, non-profit, and non-degree granting organisation. It seeks to build research and intellectual capacity for young local researchers, to foster scholarly exchange between local and international researchers, and to create original scholarship for international and local scholars. It further aims to raise the general public’s understanding of the country’s multi-faceted cultural legacy."....This site is in progress.
Language: English
Source/publisher: Inya Institute
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 03 September 2015


Title: Myanmar Egress
Description/subject: [Our Mission] Promoting and nurturing democracy through fenovation (sic) of highly intelligent and politically motivated citizenry of the country: Capacity Building & Supplier of change agents... Feeding related policy inputs to the governing body : Think-Tank... Public Opinion Shaping via public media and opinion polls... Promote issues on enviroment that in turn will serve the long-term benefit of the country.
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Egress
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 06 March 2012


Title: Myanmar Study Abroad
Description/subject: "This website provides information for Myanmar students aspiring to study at university abroad. Our website is designed so that you read information as you make important decisions: work from left to right across our menu, being careful to read our introductions under each heading..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Myanmar Study Abroad
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 01 April 2010


Title: Thabyay Education Foundation (TEF)
Description/subject: "At Thabyay Education Foundation (TEF), we believe that quality education for all is the fulcrum for the development of peaceful, socially just, democratic and prosperous societies. Since we were founded in 1996, we have worked to support people from Myanmar to access the education and professional development opportunities that they need to help their society achieve these goals. The individuals and organizations that we support play prominent roles in the development of many keys sectors of Myanmar society, including education, healthcare, law, human rights, women's empowerment, environmental protection, community development, food security, livelihoods, social work, disability services and empowerment, peace building and reconciliation, media and journalism and youth development..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Thabyay Education Foundation (TEF)
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 26 September 2016


Individual Documents

Title: Delving into Socialist Burma in the Menzies Library
Date of publication: 19 March 2018
Description/subject: "For many ANU students, faculty, and members of the wider Asian Studies community, the Menzies Library is hallowed ground. The library is a dedicated space on campus for Asian studies research, with a spectacular array of collections. Canberra’s dry climate is a perfect condition for housing fragile sources that may struggle to survive in the humidity of their home environments. In the spirit of openness, many of the library’s resources are available to view directly from the stacks. In a time where our research is increasingly driven by the algorithms of search engines, with content arriving to us in a densely pre-curated manner, a leisurely stroll through the Menzies stacks never fails to bring up surprises. For anyone who has wandered through these aisles, with or without purpose, time spent in Menzies is a rite of passage and cause for nostalgia. In my own research experience, during a search for a particular book I stumbled upon a sixty-year old travel diary, which had nestled untouched for decades in the rolling shelves and in relative obscurity within the academic literature..."
Author/creator: Alice Dawkins
Language: English
Source/publisher: Teacircleoxford
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 20 March 2018


Title: A science circus for Southeast Asia
Date of publication: 26 April 2017
Description/subject: "Using cheap, everyday household items could inspire Myanmar’s next generation of scientists. Graham Walker outlines how. Science education the world over faces a distinct challenge: despite being rooted in a discipline founded on curiosity, exploration and practical experimentation, too often science teaching relies on textbooks, dull lectures and rote learning. It’s a challenge for both developed and developing countries throughout the Asia-Pacific, including in Myanmar. But, recent interventions showing positive results in southern Africa may provide pathways for the Asia-Pacific. Rather than the ‘chalk and talk’ that dominates many science classrooms, instead imagine students actually experiencing science using cheap everyday items: rockets made from kitchen chemicals like vinegar and baking soda, huge fireballs fuelled by nothing but cornflour, or basketballs and eggs showing the fundamental physics of motion and energy. It sounds like fun and it is; and that’s why it’s such a powerful way to engage students in learning science..."
Author/creator: Graham Walker
Language: English
Source/publisher: "New Mandala"
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 22 December 2017


Title: Helping Education to Keep Pace with Reform
Date of publication: 12 March 2012
Description/subject: Need for translations into Burmese of key texts
Author/creator: David Steinberg
Language: English
Source/publisher: "The Irrawaddy"
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 31 March 2012


Title: A Practical Guide to the UN Global Compact for higher education institutions: Implementing the Global Compact Principles and Communicating on Progress
Date of publication: 2012
Description/subject: Introduction and Overview: "The United Nations Global Compact is the world’s largest voluntary corporate sustainability initiative. Organisations join the Global Compact because they share the conviction that busi-ness practices rooted in universal principles contribute to more stable and inclusive economies, more prosperous and thriving societies, and a more educated citizenry. The Global Compact has been widely adopted by businesses, but until now the process for adoption by HEIs has not been clearly mapped. With the publication of this Guide, HEIs are encouraged to participate in the Global Compact as deeply and meaningfully as the thousands of traditional corporate and organisational participants that have adopted its principles for over a decade. Thousands of participating companies from nearly 140 countries, as well as many non- business participants report regularly on their progress. The Communication on Progress (COP) has become a hallmark of the Global Compact, since it provides organisations with a tangible reference point as they continue to improve processes and operations to create more optimal social conditions at home and in the world. A unique feature of the Global Compact is that participation not only commits the institu-tion as a whole, but specifically its leadership. Within education, the personal involvement of top administrators is an important signal to faculty, staff, students, alumni, and other stake-holders that the institution’s citizenship engagement is a strategic and operational priority. An institution-wide commitment can thus have tremendous influence o n the quality of Global Compact implementation..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: UN Global Compact
Format/size: pdf (618K)
Alternate URLs: http://www.burmalibrary.org/docs21/MIMU-2012-A_Practical_Guide_to_the_UN_Global%20_Compact_for_high...
Date of entry/update: 02 October 2015


Title: Dancing with colors - a handbook on team-building, team work and conflict resolution (Burmese)
Date of publication: 01 January 2010
Description/subject: Handbook on team-building, team work and conflict resolution... Themes: being a good listener, a good communicator - Refrain from doing anything that makes you feel that you arc manipulating someone; Lead by example; have humility; appreciate your co-workers; have a clear vision; avoid arguments, listen to others, create a positive atmosphere, Don't take yourself too seriously..... Conflict Resolution: what is conflict? sources of conflict; factors effecting conflict - accommodation, compromise...collaboration...
Author/creator: Aye Aye Myint
Language: Burmese
Source/publisher: Community Capacity Building Committee
Format/size: pdf (2.3MB - A5 version; 8.5MB - A4 version)
Alternate URLs: http://www.burmalibrary.org/docs12/Dancing_with_colors-red.pdf
Date of entry/update: 18 October 2011


Title: FOUR ARGUMENTS FOR THE ELIMINATION OF TELEVISION
Date of publication: 1978
Description/subject: "...The four arguments Mander gives are: Argument 1 – TV conditions us to accept someone else’s authority... Argument 2 – TV facilitates consolidated power through the colonization of experience... Argument 3 – TV physically conditions us for authoritative rule... Argument 4 – The inherent biases of TV..... "...the unknown but negative effects of watching this mesmerising box of tricks in the corner of our living rooms.
Author/creator: Jerry Mander
Language: English
Source/publisher: Harper Collins
Format/size: pdf (3.16MB)
Date of entry/update: 28 March 2015


Title: Educational assessment
Description/subject: 78 Reports... 18 Learning materials... 20 Data and statistics
Language: English
Source/publisher: eTekkatho
Format/size: html
Alternate URLs: http://www.etekkatho.org/browse?id=50000
Date of entry/update: 23 September 2015


Title: Educational policy
Description/subject: 77 reports... 1 learning materials... 20 data and statistics
Language: English
Source/publisher: eTekkatho
Format/size: html
Alternate URLs: http://www.etekkatho.org/browse?id=50000
Date of entry/update: 22 September 2015


Title: Educational technology
Description/subject: 17 Reports
Language: English
Source/publisher: eTekkatho
Format/size: html
Alternate URLs: http://www.etekkatho.org/browse?id=50000
Date of entry/update: 22 September 2015


Title: Resources in Education
Description/subject: Educational assessment... Educational policy... Educational technology... Educational theory... Teacher training... Teaching methods... Yaung Zin
Language: English
Source/publisher: eTekkatho
Format/size: html
Alternate URLs: http://www.etekkatho.org/
Date of entry/update: 22 September 2015


Title: Yaung Zin
Description/subject: 34 Learning materials
Language: English
Source/publisher: Yaung Zin via eTekkatho
Format/size: html
Alternate URLs: http://www.etekkatho.org/
Date of entry/update: 22 September 2015