Burmese girl walking
Through Burma’s rain forest with The Globe

Fourteen-year-old Naw Klei Tha Paw and her friends have spent several tough days hiking through the rainforest-covered mountains of Burma. The children are from the Karen people, one of Burma’s many minority populations.

“We’ve brought copies of The Globe magazine in our own language, Karen, for our village schools,” explains Naw Klei. “Children from several schools and villages will then come together for the Global Vote. The Globe hike is a real adventure!” However, being in the forest also brings back difficult memories…


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