Concrete well in Rakhine State

On Thursday the 5th of November 2020, Pastor David sent Pauly a message via Facebook Messenger to inform him that the concrete well project in Rakhine state was finished.

Below is a collection of photos, which were taken by Elijah from Rakhine state, to document the construction of the well.

Before construction started

During construction

The final outcome

If you look carefully at the last photo you will see a tank next to the well. That's because there was enough money in the budget to build a well and a tank.

Elijah and his team of helpers are very grateful to all the donors who supported this project.

Gangaw 3 Girls Wearing Backpacks

It’s time to go back to school

The Mission2Myanmar (M2M) had its first ever shipping container project earlier this year.  That project was a complete success.

In early April the shipment arrived in Yangon.  However, due to the Covid-19 crisis in Myanmar, the staff at the Yangon campus were unable to unpack the shipment straight after its arrival.  Furthermore, this school year's start date was moved to late July.

The shipment consisted of many useful items such as backpacks and tables.

Unpacking the shipment was delayed until late July but it was well worth the wait because all the kids in Gangaw now have brand-new backpacks!

There were plenty of backpacks for all the kids at the Yangon campus too.

The shipment also consisted of many university-style tables which and are now being used for exams and lessons at the Yangon campus as featured in the photos below.

So it's time to go back to school, Gangaw and Yangon!

Let’s fill a shipping container!

Ever since we started back in February 2018, M2M has received many tangible donations such as kids clothes, stationery, haberdashery and laptops.

Normally we ask our missionary friends to carry light tangible goods with them on their flight to Myanmar. As most of you are aware, there are limits to how much one can carry on an airplane.

Now that the Yangon campus is home to 135 kids and 7 staff members, the need for clothes and stationery has grown immensely. Not only has there been an increase in demand for these essentials but also, there has been a sharp increase in the weight and volume of these essential items.

There are some other items on the list that are too bulky and too heavy for one to check-in. This is why we have decided to send a 20-foot shipping container to Yangon.

Below is the shipping schedule so please save these important dates.


Shipping schedule

Shipping Schedule v2

Loading the container

We have made arrangements for loading the shipping container.

An empty container will be delivered to a venue in East Brisbane in late January and we will have approximately 10 days to fill the container before the truck comes back to collect the container.

We will reveal the exact location in January 2020.


List of wanted items

Please click here to see the list of items that we would like to send to Myanmar by ship.


Where to store the items before the container becomes available?

At this stage, we do not have a temporary storage space for collecting items before the container becomes available for loading.

Two directors on the board have one extra guest bedroom in their homes which they will use as a temporary storage space until the container is delivered to East Brisbane. Unless you have a spare garage or a shed, you can do the same as well.


How can you help?

If you have a spare garage or shed which you rarely use and you don't mind having some bulky items for a short time, please write to

You can send the list of wanted items to your family, friends and co-workers. Don't be shy. You will never know unless you ask.

The more people who knows about this project, the more likely we will fill the shipping container before the ship leaves Port Brisbane in February!


What if I don't have any items to donate?

That's ok, because there is always another way for you to support this project.

Donations are welcome because every little bit helps.

The fastest and easiest way to donate is through PayPal.  To use this service, please click here.

If you would rather send money by bank transfer instead, please use our banking details below.

Bank name:  Suncorp Bank
BSB number:  484 799
Account number:  167 371 217
Account name:  Mission2Myanmar Ltd
Reference: Shipping


What if I live outside Brisbane?

If you live interstate and you would like to support this project by donating tangible items, please call Paul on 0452 447 828 or write to

The Yangon campus needs a new kitchen

There is an urgent building project at the Yangon campus. The Yangon campus needs a new kitchen to be able to feed up to 150 people, 3 times a day.

For more information, please click here to download the PowerPoint slideshow and then, watch the corresponding YouTube video clip below.

Update on the land expansion project

As many of you are already aware, in mid-November 2018, Pastor David legally acquired a large block of land which previously belonged to his landlord.  There has been some progress on this land expansion project since then.

The new block of land now has a new fence around its perimeter and the land has been leveled and it has been cleared of overgrown grass and weeds.

Below are some photos and if you scroll further down, then you will find links to video clips.

The block of land was full of overgrown grass and weeds when it was acquired
The new fence is still under construction
Tractor just started the long task of clearing the land
Now one can walk across the block of land

A lot more progress has been made on clearing the land than what you can see in the photo gallery above.  Please click on the links below to watch some video clips.

Before the land clearing operation started

Leveling and clearing in progress

Leveled land without any weeds

Land cleared and leveled in 4 days

Work on the new fence

Work on the new fence continued


The next step is for Pastor David to employ an engineer to inspect and survey the land for future building and agricultural projects.

We will post another blog after we receive the engineer's report.

There’s something in the water

Sorry to disappoint you but there's nothing in the water worth worrying about because the water is safe for drinking!

We are very pleased to inform you that a new water purifier has been installed at the orphanage.

From now on all the school children and all the orphan kids at the Yangon campus have access to clean drinking water. Please watch the video below.

The new building is ready to accept enrolments

The Mission2Myanmar is very pleased to inform you that the construction of the new building is finished.  Furthermore, the new building is ready to accept enrolments for the next school year in Myanmar which usually starts on the 1st of June.

Please have a look at the photo gallery below and then, after that, you can watch the latest videos of the new building.

Watch the latest video clips