[“SHARE” APR – JUN 2018 ] JOIN HANDS JOIN HEARTS
Amongst the children ministries of CEDAR and its partners, post-war children ministry in Myanmar must be the most well-known one. You may ask, “Why do we still support this particular children ministry after two decades?” The answer is simple: Because it is worth it. We saw how God worked amazingly on these children, and we hope that they will become ambassadors for reconciliation.
Continue reading Me as an Ordinary Person
[ ‘SHARE’ Mar-Apr 2017 ] JOIN HANDS JOIN HEARTS
Traditionally, our impression towards children ministry might involve sponsoring a child or orphan in their daily expenses or education, but did you know that we could now combine children ministry with community resettlement and agricultural development?
Continue reading Sharing Land and Cultivating Lives
[ ‘SHARE’ May-Jun 2016 ] JOIN HANDS JOIN HEARTS
Cecil (obscured), a Myanmar youth whose life was surrounded by war, landmines, human trafficking, and slavery before she was 9, was physically scarred for life. Fortunately, they did not strip her of her hope and will in surviving.
Continue reading From a Slave to an Aspiring Doctor
[ ‘SHARE’ Mar-Apr 2016 ] STEP INTO THE WORLD
Ethnic minorities living in the northern mountain range of Thailand had been scattered around the boarders between Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, and Yunnan, China, and move around to cope with environmental changes. A large amount of people of the tribes are not officially registered, in turn they have a hard time finding education, employment, and legal ownership of lands.
Continue reading Help the Mountain Minority Groups Take Their First Step in Development
Have you ever wondered how do children born in war think about life?
Continue reading The Hope of Post-war Myanmar Children
[ ‘SHARE’ Sep-Oct 2015 ] JOIN HANDS JOIN HEARTS
Nor Too Hei, a Myanmar local, still remembers the incident happening in her home town 19 years ago, when militants burned down her village and her family had to flee to the forest. Life in the jungle was not easy and they had to guard themselves at all times from the attack of the militants .
Continue reading Healing begins here