Alumni

207
Total Naushawng Community School (NCS) Alumni from Batch 1 to 9.

NCS Alumni Employmet by Sectors

83
Non Profit
41
Study Abroad
40
Education
31
Private Sector
11
Drop Out
1
Other

NCS Alumni Employment by Sectors

40%
Non Profit
20%
Study Abroad
19%
Education
15%
Private Sector
5%
Drop Out
1%
Other

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Lawyer Mar Khar: 4th batch of NCS

In 1983, I was born in Namtau village, Muse Township, northern Shan State. In 1993, I moved from Shan State to Mogaung Township in Kachin State. There I began attending the third grade and...

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Alumni Success Stories/ Testimonials

Lawyer Mar Khar

Fourth Batch of NCS

Dr. Yaw Htung (Maji)

First Batch of NCS

“NDI is such a vital organisation in northern Myanmar because it is systematically meeting the demands of our society. It does not stand for one party, one ethnicity or one religion. It is for all diverse ethnic communities.”

Awng Myat Lamung

NCS Alumni

“For me, almost all the alumni are able to do further study and work such as with local and international NGOs. I am very proud of being a NCS alumni because as soon as I nished NCS, I can manage my own and I can conduct complex jobs with the con dence to engage foreigners.”

Tang Awng

NCS Alumni

“I want to get involved in politics because of the situation living in camps (for displaced people). It is a critical political issue. After the training with Naushawng Education Network (now NDI), I learnt from the course that politics is in everything – the con ict is related to politics. If I am involved in politics and society, I can help solve the con ict and we can leave the camp. Politics is the reason this crisis continues,” explains 18-year-old peace and civic education graduate."

Bawk Nu Awng

PCE Alumni

“My favourite thing about NDI is the attitude of the staff who are humble and willing to serve the community... NDI is a life changer for me as well as many other youth. My life has improved by the education I received from NDI.”

Tsin Mai

PCE Alumni

“After the training, I am more aware that I need to take responsibility for society, particularly democracy and human rights. Before, I thought politics does not matter for me, but after the course I learnt that politics is a concern for me and I need to be active in society. Now, I am more con dent to discuss politics and stand up in public. Before, I had no knowledge about politics and the con ict situation. I had no con dence to speak up. The biggest change is that I am con dent to speak up,”

Bawk Nu Awng

PCE Alumni