With the help of our generous donors, 2019 was an outstanding year for MBSPF construction projects in rural Myanmar villages: seven new schools, two teachers’ cottages and our third rural medical clinic. It is such a great joy to offer the children and villagers these beautiful buildings that support their education and well-being.
Wet Choke Kone
Wet Choke Kone is in the Kjaupadaung district to the southwest of Mandalay with 95 households and 69 students plus 19 more in preschool. The villagers farm rice, beans and sesame. The existing school building was over 30 years old and we built a new 60’ x 30’ school.