Total number of teachers: 6 (including 1 Thai teacher)
Due to the political and economic situation in Myanmar, many people migrated to foreign countries in search for a better life. The most common location for many Burmese people in the diaspora is Thailand, along the Myanmar-Thailand border. Most of them make a living as workers, and they cannot afford to support education for their children.
For this reason, 3 teachers from Ku Chawe Village, Mae Ku Township; Naw Aye Aye Cho, Ma Lwin Lwin Kyaw and U Shwe Htay Aung, who is also the head teacher, founded Emmanuel Learning Center on June 1st, 2012, with 17 students. When it was first established, the school offered classes from Kindergarten to 4th Grade.
As of 2021, Emmanuel Learning Center has grown to become a school that can accommodate 6 teachers and 117 students and offer more levels.