H4FA, previously known as Projects to Support Refugees from Burma, does what it says; for the last 18 years backing and seeing through projects from school-building to self-help weaving groups among refugees from Burma. You can read our latest report from January 2016, here.

On this website we highlight the four main projects we support. Additionally H4FA makes generous annual donations to impoverished primary school teachers in Karenni State and sponsorship for individual adult students. We also make one off payments in emergency situations.

In 2015 the name of the charity was changed to Help 4 Forgotten Allies (H4FA).  All references to Projects To Support Refugees From Burma (PSRB) can be taken to mean H4FA.  The aims and supported projects of the charity are unchanged.

Muang Thai Marathon

 

On 08th October 2017, Kamonwan Fenn will run a marathon in Bangkok to raise money for H4FA in memory of her late husband Mark Fenn.

Mark was a journalist friend and great supporter of H4FA, living in Thailand, who died in January 2016. He had published articles on the ex-servicemen of the Burma Campaign in Thailand, Britain, Malaysia and Singapore (see below for examples).

Mark himself ran a marathon in 2012 for H4FA, and Kamonwan or "Ning" (as her friends call her) will be running in his footsteps for a cause that was very close to his heart. All at H4FA are cheering her on, and remember Mark very affectionately and with great respect.

 

 We would like to ask you, too, to consider supporting Ning, and by extension, H4FA.  Please consider giving generously.  You may do so by visiting our page

 

Charity Choice website H4FA/donate

 

and making a donation.  Please leave a short message with your donation explaining that "this donation is in support of Kamonwan Fenn and the Muang Thai Marathon".  That will help us keep track of your generosity.

 

Two of Mark Fenn's articles, including the one that was yet to be published when he died:

 http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/life/courtsocial/article3726624.ece

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-35192153

 

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