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Borderline began with four women’s groups, and by 2008 had grown to ten member groups of different ethnicities living along Thailand-Burma border. For most of the members, income generation supports their goals of community development and women’s empowerment.
Borderline’s 10 member groups are Chimmuwa – Tak Border Child Assistance Foundation (TBCAF), Chin Women Group (CWG), Community Forest Support Group (CFSG), English Speaking Course (ESC), Kachin Women Association of Thailand (KWAT), Karen Women’s Organisation (KWO), Lahu Women’s Organisation (LWO), Mon Women Organisation (MWO), United Lahu Youth Organisation (ULYO), and Women Development Group (WDG).
We also have several Community Based Organisations (CBOs) working along the border that sell their reports, videos, music, postcards, t-shirts and other materials to publicize and support their work.