BHM and our partners serve more than 550,000 individuals annually and engage our community to promote and support the health, education and well being of the people of Burma.
Community health services
BACK PACK HEALTH WORKER TEAM TRAINING
BHM supports the training of new back pack medics who are committed to serving their villages.
MEDICINES & SUPPLIES
BHM supplies mobile medic teams and fixed clinics within Burma that serve over 50,000 villagers with medical care.
JEREMY PASTER MEMORIAL
In memory of our founding member and dear friend Jeremy Paster BHM helps fund the education of the future leaders of the democracy movement.
Minmahaw School provides migrant students from Burma with educational opportunities. Help us help them achieve legal foundation status in Thailand so they can operate safely and transform more lives!
LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT TRAINING COLLEGE
BHM sponsors youth to attend LMTC college at the Mae La Refugee Camp in Thailand.
MYANMAR MOBILE EDUCATION
MyME provides education via mobile classrooms to children in Myanmar (Burma) who've been compelled into indentured servitude at teashop restaurants where they're forced to work long hours every day in order to sustain their families. The mobile classrooms provide these children an opportunity to learn basic literacy, math and computer skills in a safe environment where they can gain self-confidence and develop critical thinking skills through innovative, interactive instruction.
GLOBEMED AT WHITMAN COLLEGE
GlobeMed at Whitman, a chapter of the national non-profit GlobeMed, strives to educate and engage the Whitman community in issues of global public health through discussions, events, films, and a close collaborative relationship with Burma Humanitarian Mission (BHM).
Together, GlobeMed at Whitman and BHM work with grassroots, community-based healthcare and education organizations in both Thailand and Burma to improve the lives of youth from Burma.
CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
The Child Development Center (CDC) is a school for migrant children from Burma who are unable to attend Thai Schools. The CDC provides general education to children from preschool through 12th Grade while also reinforcing cultural traditions to children who have been displaced from Burma.