Lakhana Village Secondary School
Lakhana is a small, remote Karen village of about 1100 people. Never have they had more than just a small primary school for their kids. The nearest secondary school is far enough away that the distance and difficulties (and costs) associated with travel were enough to end all education for a majority of the village kids.
When I first visited this village in 2015 and met with the women comprising the village education group I learned that their dream was to have a secondary school for their kids right there in their own village. These dedicated women were doing their best to move towards this dream, but progress was slow.

Today they have their school. The story of how we worked together and got this school funded and built is here.

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