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May 2019

May 29th, 2019

Karma, Rebirth and Disability: Challenging the stigma in Burma

Influences of Buddhism are estimated to have reached two billion people currently alive, according to the Independent Living Institute....

May 24th, 2019

Annie runs for girls in South Sudan!

On Sunday the 19th May, Annie Crockford ran the Hackney Half Marathon for HART UK. We were overwhelmed with Annie’s success in raising £1,190 for personal hygiene and sanitation kits for women and girls in Hai Masna displacement camp in South Sudan....

May 14th, 2019

A lever to lift the world

Dear Friend, “Archimedes said: ‘Give me a lever and a fulcrum, and I will raise the world.’ What he was unable to get because his request…was not addressed to God, the saints have obtained in full measure....

May 9th, 2019

Community Health Worker Series: Sam Pount

HART is the main donor for SWAN’s Health Programme, which aims to reduce maternal, infant and child mortality rates in rural areas of Shan State, Burma, and amongst displaced populations in Thailand....

May 9th, 2019

Community Health Worker Series: Nang Kham Qyo

HART is the main donor for SWAN’s Health Programme, which aims to reduce maternal, infant and child mortality rates in rural areas of Shan State, Burma, and amongst displaced populations in Thailand....

May 9th, 2019

Community Health Worker Series: Nang Mwe Khao

HART is the main donor for SWAN’s Health Programme, which aims to reduce maternal, infant and child mortality rates in rural areas of Shan State, Burma, and amongst displaced populations in Thailand....

May 8th, 2019

Community Health Worker Series: Lauo Nguen

HART is the main donor for SWAN’s Health Programme, which aims to reduce maternal, infant and child mortality rates in rural areas of Shan State, Burma, and amongst displaced populations in Thailand....

May 3rd, 2019

Community Health Worker Series: Nang Shwe Hean

HART is the main donor for SWAN’s Health Programme, which aims to reduce maternal, infant and child mortality rates in rural areas of Shan State, Burma, and amongst displaced populations in Thailand....

May 1st, 2019

Dr Sasa and Baroness Cox – A Story of Health and Hope

As a child, Dr Sasa lost many friends to a real and hidden crisis in Chin State, Western Burma. With a severe lack of access to healthcare and education in his community, he witnessed his parents taken for forced labour, women and their babies dying in childbirth, and the people around him suffering from sickness and disease....
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