Mae Tao Clinic receives about 200-300 outpatients every day, and 80 percent of its 140 beds for inpatients are occupied on a daily basis.
Starting in 1988 with only four beds, the clinic has developed into a fully-fledged health facility providing inpatient services, surgery, dental care, vaccinations and HIV prevention.
Even as more aid pours into Burma, the country’s displaced continue to flock to the Mae Tao Clinic, which is set to expand to meet growing needs.
The Australian government has announced that it will cut its 13 million baht (US$420,000) funding for the renowned Mae Tao Clinic, which provides life-saving treatment to Burmese migrants and refugees…
The Mae Tao Clinic in Mae Sot will soon be forced to relocate when its land lease expires.