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One World Family is proud to support the work of several organizations working with marginalized communities throughout the world who share our goal of empowering people in marginalized communities through access to education, nutrition and basic health care. We support these organizations in a variety of ways including educational sponsorship, building projects, food and material support, volunteer placement, and fiscal agency. For information on the organizations we work with, please visit their individual websites.

The Free Burma Rangers ( is a multi-ethnic humanitarian service movement. They bring help, hope and love to people in the war zones of Burma. Ethnic pro-democracy groups send teams to FBR to be trained, supplied and sent into the areas under attack to provide emergency medical care, shelter, food, clothing and human rights documentation. The teams also operate a communication and information network inside Burma that provides real time information from areas under attack.

Baan Na Na Childlife Center ( focuses on helping high-risk youth along the Thai/Burmese border by providing services ranging from housing and health services to education and ethnic-identity. They currently house 140 orphans in five different sub-stations and have been on the frontline in the fight against human trafficking.

One Dream One World School ( is a small school located in the border town of Mae Sot that is committed to providing a safe place to learn and play for the children of poor migrant families. Run by Burmese refugees, One Dream One World offers shelter and education at no cost to high-risk children.

Social Action for Women Safehouse ( is a shelter that currently houses 55 children in Mae Sot, aged from 1-13. Many of the children have lost one or both parents to HIV/AIDS or other diseases. Others were abandoned by their parents as babies, or were referred by the local community because their parents or extended family were unable to care for them.

Learn To Live ( joins communities worldwide to improve quality of life through healthcare, education, and access to clean water. In Indonesia, they have established clinics, rainwater purification systems, and mental health support programs. They have also worked in Laos and South Africa to promote health to new mothers and to individuals living with HIV/AIDS.

Lahu Training Center and Orphanage is located in Chiang Mai, Thailand. They take in orphans from the countryside and teach them to make a living through making and selling traditional handicrafts.

Mae Sot Blind Centre ( takes in blind refugee children from Myanmar and teaches them basic education and life skills as well as providing them food and shelter.

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