The Community Health and Empowerment Programme promotes the healthy physical, social, and emotional well-being of migrants by empowering them to make changes in both personal behavior and societal attitudes on sex, relationships, HIV/AIDS and gender.
MAP Multimedia Programme produces advocacy materials in migrant languages, such as Burmese, Shan, and Karen in order to effectively reach and empower the migrant community. Our media strives to responds to the needs and requests of the community as well as provide support to the work of existing programmes focusing on the themes of labour, women and health rights. MAP produces a wide range of audio, video and print materials to address issues migrants face within their cultural context. MAP resources are carried in numerous libraries, migrant resource centres, and even broadcasted over loudspeakers in migrant communities. In addition, MAP Multimedia produces special publications in Thai and English for advocacy and education purposes, such as MAP recent report Critical Times; Migrants and the Economy: Chiang Mai and Mae Sot and the MAP's 10-year Anniversary Book.
The Labour Rights for All Programme assists migrants redress labour exploitation through rights education, informal collective bargaining, accessing the legal system and campaigning for policies for greater protection of their rights.