By the guidance of God, the Esther Project Myanmar 2018 has kicked off the 3rd of March. Over hundred people celebrated the opening of the project and this year’s first day of classes. It was such a joy to praise and worship God together and it has proven that God’s plan is always bigger than our plan. We started with a small seed, however now, the Esther Project is growing and has become an educational center for the orphans, youths, and adults who have a passion for a better future not only for themselves but for Myanmar.
It was good to see our students riding on bicycles and heading to the training center again. I can see the smile on their faces and their excitement to begin training again for the returning students. The new students seemed nervous and shy on their first day. The morning class began at 8:00 am and ended up at 12:00 pm and the afternoon class began at 1:00 pm and ended up at 5:00 pm.
We have had a great start this year in both centers by grace. Many of our new students are younger than the last year students, but they are very active and motivated to learn English and computer skills.
As staff members, we are thankful and looking forward to helping the students learn the skills that are necessary to give them a future filled with hope.
Thank you so much for supporting the Esther Project.
Solomon Shwe Oke (Esther Project Myanmar)
Our Esther Project, a non-profit program in Myanmar provides vocational training to orphans. We currently serve over 200 children in 29 orphanages in 6 locations.