Five Education Programmes respond to the needs of Burmese Migrants.
- Pre-school Child Care Programme – provides a positive early education experience for 70 children and allowing both parents to work to support their families.
- Child Protection Programme – helps 35 at risk young children without a learning centre get off the streets and participate in education.
- Marist Training Programme – provides education opportunities for 120 Burmese students unable to enter the Formal Thai Education Programme.
- Bridging Programme – Prepares selected students for University Learning.
- Online Learning Programme – Online University Programme for 10 promising young adults through Australian Catholic University
Marist Mission Ranong believes that each child is of infinite value, regardless of race, religion, gender or financial background.
Mr Prasit Rugklin is the Manager of the Marist Education Project. With many years of experience in Thai Schools, Mr Prasit manages a team of 12 Thai and Burmese staff involved in the 5 Education Programmes.