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Many Myanmar youth in the rural area of Shan State have been denied their fundamental rights to learning opportunities with as little as 4% are able to attend primary school. Educational infrastructure such as schools and training centres are very limited, exacerbated by out-of-date instructions and basic facilities. Following this great disadvantage in education, employment opportunities are scarce or severely underpaid that 70% of youth migrate to neighbouring countries such as Thailand and China as illegal migrant workers in order to sustain their lives with career options that, in reality, are only marginally better.
To promote professional and social skills as well as recognised qualifications, the training is facilitated and taught by highly qualified staff and volunteers with a customised curriculum to offer students: