P'Yan School Project
Grown as a personal initiative it took one year to collect funds, set up the team and plan the building untill we finally constructed the school building for and with a Karen Migrant school on the thai-burmese border. We did perceive the building site as a platform for interaction and cross-cultural exchange with the local community, as well as a chance for social change. Hence we did not only lay bricks, but also took part in community meetings and events and initiated several workshops with the school community.
" Thanks to all the wonderful people we had the pleasure to meet and who made this project so special!
Whenever someone asks about the project, I tend to talk about the people, but not the work.
Thanks for all the football games and wheelbarrow races and mud fights, thanks for the banana-fish soup,
for the shared lunchs, for all the talks full of curiosity, thanks for all the big and tiny stories and all the
sweat-inducing working hours we could share, thanks for the laughter, thanks for the trouble. thanks for introducing us to your world, thanks for this life lesson! :) And thanks a ton to all donors, supporters and our lovely team mates! "
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