Final Evaluation Report of the Project "Support for Education in Post Conflict South-eastern Myanmar"
ADRA Norway’s project “Support for Education in Post Conflict South-eastern Myanmar (SEE NORAD)” was implemented by ADRA Myanmar, who in turn partnered with Adventist Community Services (ACS), and Karen Teachers Working Group (KTWG). The projects duration was one year from January to December 2013, and was implemented in selected townships in Karen and Mon States. These areas have been greatly affected by the military conflict with the government, and the fragile education system is almost entirely managed by local communities and churches. This project was a part of ADRA Norway’s broader “Education for Women and Children” programme. The South-eastern Education (SEE) project aimed to support the provision of quality basic education in South-eastern Myanmar by supporting the continuity of basic education in the local community. This was delivered both within Myanmar through Adventist Community Service (ACS) in Karen and Mon ethnic communities and from across the border by the KTWG in other non-government controlled areas of Karen State. At the same time, ADRA Myanmar initiated education support in the strategic area of Hlaingbwe Township of Karen State, a mostly government-controlled area.