The computer class at the Myanmar Children's Center has begun.

The computer class at the Myanmar Children's Center has begun.

Thanks to the assistance and collection of Brother J, who worked as a senior executive of the computer company, the first batch of 20 computers was collated and has successfully arrived at four children's centres in Myanmar. Two of the children's centres have begun teaching computer classes.

Since the development of rural areas in Myanmar is much slower than in other countries, computers are quite novel to children in general. Plus after high school, you have to study sooner or later, so running a computer class in a children's center is also a great opportunity to preach the Gospel in addition to having your child learn basic computer knowledge earlier.

We are grateful to a brother who has experience and links in the workplace and is willing to work hard for the Gospel of Burmese teenagers through his major.

Rise and shine There are currently 8 children's centres supported in Myanmar. In addition to computers, we need a lot of other help. We hope to make every effort so that the children of these vulnerable ethnic groups in Myanmar, like our own children, can not only grow up healthily and happily, but also keep up with the world trend in their studies. Let us bless them.