Myanmar is a resource-rich country that continues to suffer from pervasive government controls, inefficient economic policies, corruption, and rural poverty. From 1962 to 2011, the country was ruled by an extremely oppressive military junta. Although this military junta has been replaced by a civilian government, major problems and conflict persist. As a result, there are masses of uprooted Myanmars people fleeing into Thailand and India. Most of them lack fundamental human rights, protection, education, and healthcare. 


MMC is trying to improve the lives of the approximately 700,000 internally displaced people in Myanmar. We are currently assisting the people who have become trapped along Myanmar’s border with Thailand, by providing funding for orphanages, hospitals and clinics, medical education, and scholarships for primary education. Any nationality, ethnic group, religion or political persuasion, who requires medical assistance, is provided with care within the ability of the centre.


  • Loi Kaw Wan village 
  • Ton Hoong village 
  • Arunathai 
  • Loi Tai Leng village 
  • Mai Sariang
  • Mae Sot