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I want to protect my parents through my education

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The story of Pyo Ma Ma Soe, a Myanmar migrant girl who wants to help her family thrive. Through the support of Learning Coin initiative by UNESCO, POSCO 1% Foundation, True Corporation and Foundation for Rural Youth (FRY), she can continue to study without having to drop out, improve her learning achievement, and help her family to earn income by reading a number books from the application LearnBig.

For more information about the project, please visit https://bangkok.unesco.org/content/le…. For more information about LearnBig application, please visit http://www.learnbig.net.

Contact FRY to support more migrant children such as Pyo Ma Ma Soe at http://www.fryefa.org.

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