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Impacts

From Illegality to Emancipation, the Long Journey out of Myanmar

Burma, Thailand, migrant
It’s a story of hardship, desperate poverty – and escape. Khim Mae Soe’s journey from Myanmar to Thailand casts into sharp relief the travails of those trying to build a better life abroad. To mark International Migrants Day on 18 December, Khin Mae Soe tells us her story. If a years-long nightmare finally came to an end, it was in large thanks to a chance meeting, with people from the Foundation for Education and Development, supported by Terre des Hommes France and Agence Française de Développement.
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