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Foundation for Education and Development

FED’s mission: Marginalized Burmese people living at home and abroad achieve their basic rights. FED was founded in 2000. Currently, it has 3 programs in Thailand. The Education Program provides educational opportunities for migrants and their children at our own migrant learning centers, at Thai government schools and in non-formal education programs. The Health program provides access to healthcare systems, and the Migrant Development Team works to educate workers on their rights and provide legal and financial support after rights abuses occur.
In 2014, FED was able to openly work in Myanmar and currently has 3 offices across the country providing education to internally displaced children, pre-departure training for migrants, and legal aid for migrants.

Organisation Representative

Endorsers that Foundation for Education and Development partner with

Indonesia

Annika Linden Centre

Aavishkaar Capital is the equity arm of The Aavishkaar Group which manages in excess of US$1 billion in AUM across equity and credit. The Group’s shareholders include TIAA-Nuveen, Shell Foundation, Triodos Bank and Dutch Entrepreneurial Development Bank.

Annika Linden Centre

Inspiration Foundation or Annika Linden Centre is a private grant-making foundation dedicated to funding and supporting exceptional projects in health and education for marginalised communities in Thailand, Indonesia, India, Malta and works with a more than money approach. By working hand in hand with local organisations and being present on the ground we are able to have more impact with the money spent, create sustainable growth and achieve social change. While also inspiring others to give, give more and give well.

On-going/Past projects

Health Education and Access for Burmese

By Foundation for Education and Development

The aim is to provide health education in schools and communities and access to healthcare through translation and patient advocacy to Burmese migrant workers and their families in Southern Thailand.

Education, Health, Nutrition