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Title: NATIONAL HEALTH AND EDUCATION COMMITTEE (BURMA)
Description/subject: Welcome to Our Edu Dept.... The NHEC is at present implementing the following education programs to meet the needs of the communities where its member and affiliated organizations are based. And these programs are also aiming at educational development in the ethnic nationality areas in Burma and for future democratic federal union of Burma...." Research Reports * Cultural Diversity: Problems or Possibilities * The Future of children's education in migrant areas - Mae Sot * The perception of the teacher on New and Old school text books in Karenni Refugee Camp * The difficulties encountered by the Mai Ja Yang students in learning English * The difficulties encountered by the Mai Ja Yang students in learning English * The main focus of education among the IDP children in Kaw Mu Der Middle School - (Kler Lwee Htu District, Karen State) * Subjects knowledge and quality of teaching methods in Umphien Mai No.2 high school * The Importance of Education in migrant area Khway Ka Loke school - Case - study * Study on the purposes of students joining Karenni Post Ten (KnPT) schools (Arts and Science Stream) * Children's Opportunity to Learn in the Ethnic Nationality Areas in Burma (April 2001) Back to Top Training Reports * Report on Community Management Extension Program (2002-2004) * Report on the Training Report (June-July 2002) * Teaher Training Reoprt (November 2001-February 2002) Conference Seminar and Workshop Reports * Health Seminar Report (16-18 January 2006) * Report on Local Health Workshops (2003-2005) * General concepts regarding HIV-AIDS problem in Burma by seminar in 2003 * Report on the Education Conference (3-5 July 2002) * Report on the Education Seminar, Children's Opportunity to Learn (26-28 April 2001) * Report on the Education Seminar 'Curriculum Development Issues and the Teaching of Indigenous Vernacular Languages (10-13 September 2001) * Report on the Education Seminar Teaching Methodology and Teacher Education (12-14 November 2001) * Action plans by health conference in 2000 * A Call to Action by Health Conference in 2000 Report on Libraries Mornitoring Tour * Current Report on Libraries Mornitoring Tour
Language: English, Burmese
Source/publisher: NATIONAL HEALTH AND EDUCATION COMMITTEE (BURMA)
Format/size: html, pdf
Date of entry/update: 20 December 2008


Individual Documents

Title: Education, Conflict and Identity: Non-state ethnic education regimes in Burma/Myanmar - Summary of report
Date of publication: April 2012
Description/subject: "This paper is the product of a research project co nducted between May and November 2011. It addresses the research question ‘ How has the agreement of a ceasefire between an armed ethno-nationalist group and the military government affected the provision of non-state education for t he Mon community, and how does this compare to the situation in Mon and Karen -populated areas not affected by a ceasefire? ’ The research examined the provision, funding and r egulation of non-state ethnic minority education regimes in Burm a/Myanmar, and analysed the roles of various stakeholders, including teachers, parents, domestic and international donors..."
Author/creator: Marie Lall and Ashley South
Language: English
Source/publisher: Ashley South
Format/size: pdf (70K)
Date of entry/update: 24 September 2014


Title: Education, Conflict and Identity: Non-state ethnic education regimes in Burma
Date of publication: March 2012
Description/subject: "This paper is the product of a research project conducted between May and November 2011. It addresses the research question ‘How has the agreement of a ceasefire between an armed ethno-nationalist group and the military government affected the provision of non-state education for the Mon community, and how does this compare to the situati on in Mon and Karen-populated areas not affected by a ceasefire?’ The research examined the provision, funding and regulation of non-state ethnic minority education regimes in Burma/Myanmar, and analysed the roles of various stakeholders, including teachers, parents, domestic and internati onal donors..."
Author/creator: Marie Lall and Ashley South
Language: English
Source/publisher: http://www.ashleysouth.co.uk
Format/size: pdf (312K-reduced version; 427K-original)
Alternate URLs: http://www.ashleysouth.co.uk/files/Non-state_Education_in_Burma-Myanmar_-_full.pdf
Date of entry/update: 11 October 2014


Title: Children’s Opportunity to Learn in the Ethnic Nationality Areas in Burma
Date of publication: April 2001
Description/subject: "This paper is based on the findings of the local education workshops, which were conducted by the national health and education committee. The workshops were held at (1) Mon area, (2) Karen area, (3) Karenni and Shan areas, (4) Central area where ABSDF is based, (5) Kachin area and (6) western part of Burma. The following topics were discussed: (1) children?s opportunity to learn, (2) Curriculum, (3) the teaching of mother tongue at school, (4) teaching methodology and (5) teacher education. The data in this paper does not include information from Arakan area and Shan area. Shan teachers could not attend the workshops and the NHEC (west branch) could not access to Arakan area due to various constraints..."
Author/creator: Thein Lwin, Barnabas and Nan Lung
Language: English
Source/publisher: NHEC
Format/size: html (170K)
Date of entry/update: 03 June 2003