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MAP Foundation was established in 1996 to advocate for the rights and health of migrant workers from Burma. Now, MAP has four programs – Labour Rights for All, Rights for All, Community Health and Empowerment, and MAP Multimedia. The Rights for All program focuses primarily on women migrants and dependents including children and youth (www.mapfoundationcm.org).

MAP Foundation is seeking a committed and energetic individual to coordinate our Rights for All Program in the Chiang Mai office. The coordinator will oversee a team implementing the following projects: Women’s and Youth Empowerment, and migrant children scholarships. The projects are based both in Chiang Mai and Maesot. The Program Coordinator will support staff and monitor activities according to project objectives and indicators, including oversight of budgets and workplans. The coordinator will also participate in advocacy activities at national and international levels with collaborating networks.

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MAP Foundation was established in 1996 to advocate for the rights and health of migrant workers from Burma. Now, MAP has four programs – Labour Rights for All, Rights for All, Community Health and Empowerment, and MAP Multimedia (www.mapfoundationcm.org).

MAP Foundation is seeking a committed and energetic woman to lead the project titled Services and Access supported by UN Women. This project is implemented by three organisations: Foundation for Labour and Employment Promotion (FLEP), the Migrant Women Project (Maesot) and MAP Foundation. The aim of this project is to enhance quality service delivery and access for women migrant workers to prevent and respond to gender-based violence, violence against women and human trafficking. The project leader will be part of the Rights For All program team. The primary focus of the Rights for All program is on women migrants and dependents, including children and youth.