In November 2014, thanks to MMF, the Mae Wah Khee village, in Karen State, Burma, completed the construction of it's new primary school, which provides access to education for about 150 children who have had little or no previous access to schooling.

This school also serves as a place for children and their families to receive health care and it acts as a community hub for the sharing of agricultural knowledge and also is a meeting space for the community at large. The school has both Burmese, English and Karen language curriculum along with, sports, gardening and arts and crafts. There are 9 teachers in Mae Wah Khee village being 2 teachers for the nursery and 7 teachers for the primary school.