Shanta Foundation working in Myanmar plans to expand

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Shanta Foundation working in Myanmar plans to expand

Despite conflict, nonprofit commits to helping rural villages
Dr. Nge Nge, The Shanta Foundation’s regional manager, performs an exam on an infant during a training for traditional birth attendants in 2008 in Yim Bya village.
Children enjoy playing outside their new preschool in Pone Phrone, a village. Shanta built the preschool in 2015.
Nang Aye Min, of Pone Tan village, fills her water jugs at the newly built water tap near her home. The water system was built by the Shanta Foundation, the villagers and volunteers from Village Aid Project in 2015.
If you go

The Shanta Foundation will hold its fall fundraiser from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday in the Student Union Ballroom at Fort Lewis College, 1000 Rim Drive.
People interested in learning more about the foundation, its impact on people in Myanmar and how to get involved are encouraged to attend. Appetizers, wine and chocolate will be provided.
To register, email Karen at karen@shantafoundation.org.

Shanta Foundation working in Myanmar plans to expand

Dr. Nge Nge, The Shanta Foundation’s regional manager, performs an exam on an infant during a training for traditional birth attendants in 2008 in Yim Bya village.
Children enjoy playing outside their new preschool in Pone Phrone, a village. Shanta built the preschool in 2015.
Nang Aye Min, of Pone Tan village, fills her water jugs at the newly built water tap near her home. The water system was built by the Shanta Foundation, the villagers and volunteers from Village Aid Project in 2015.
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