Bordermedia is an Information Technology & multimedia organisation specialising in web development, audio/visual projects, training and consultancy. We predominantly work with NGOs (Non-Governmental Organisations), CBOs (Community Based Organisations), CSOs (Civil Society Organisations), charities and individuals in the not-for-profit sector in Thailand, Myanmar (Burma), Spain, Australia and the UK.
Having spent time in 2005 and 2006 working on various, mainly internet-related projects associated with Burmese refugees in and around the town of Mae Sot in Thailand and along the Thai-Burma border, a group of IT professionals from Australia and the UK decided to form an organisation with the aim of addressing this need.
Firstly, we’d like to say that if you can’t see exactly what you are looking for right away on this page, please get in touch. Bordermedia has a network of media professionals both in SE Asia and abroad with an extensive range of media-related skills. Whether you’re looking for some advice on a new website, sound-recording facilities or some help producing a set of podcasts, we’ll help you out.
With many years experience working as web designers & web developers in the UK, Australia, Thailand and Myanmar/Burma, Bordermedia can offer a highly professional approach with the planning & implementation of both small and large scale websites and web applications.
Bordermedia can offer advice and provide services in many media-related areas. From photography, podcasting, video production, audio editing and more. If we can’t do the job ourselves, we’ll know someone who can, so don’t be afraid to get in touch!
With skills in web development, network integration, project management & commercial account management, Bordermedia can work with you on a consultancy basis to advise, plan and cost your IT projects. Whether developing a website, installing or securing a new network, get in touch and we’ll see what we can do.
With a new recording studio in Mae Sot, Bordermedia is beginning a new project to record musicians along the Thailand Burma border. Watch this space as we hope to publish some examples on the website in the near future.
With many years experience working as web designers & web developers in the UK and Australia, and for the last 15 years in Thailand and Myanmar/Burma, Bordermedia can offer a highly professional approach with the planning & implementation of both small and larger scale websites and web applications.
If you can’t see exactly what you are looking for, please get in touch.
A small example of our work is shown below.
The Karen Women’s Organisation (KWO) was formed in 1949. KWO has a membership of more than 60,000 women living in Karen State, Burma and in refugee camps along the Thai-Burma border. KWO participates in the struggle to stop all kinds of oppression of women and of children and provides support for communities in the Thai-Burma border and in Karen State, Burma.
Radio Karen is a Karen language radio station of the Karen Information Center (KIC) established to provide greater access to news reports on the situation in Burma, specifically on Karen community in Burma and around the globe in order to keep them informed and understand all the issue that affect them and the whole country of Burma.
We are an independent group of international experts working to support the peoples of Myanmar in their fight for human rights, peace, democracy, justice and accountability.
The Karen Education and Culture Department (KECD) provides education access to the Karen children and youth in Southeast Burma by working closely with the community teachers, leaders, parents and educational administrators at the district, township, and school levels.
Progressive Voice is a participatory rights-based policy research and advocacy organization rooted in civil society, that maintains strong networks and relationships with grassroots organizations and community-based organizations throughout Myanmar.
The Karen Teacher Working Group (KTWG) is a community-based organization working to improve access to and quality of basic education for ethnic Karen children in Karen areas of Eastern Burma since 1997.
The Burma Children Medical Fund (BCMF) was established in 2006 in response to the increasing number of children on the Thai-Burma border who required complex medical treatment and surgery that is not available at local clinics or hospitals.
Safe Haven Orphanage is located at Ban Tha Song Yang (also known as Mae Tawo), a couple of hours north of Mae Sot on the Thailand / Burma border. Our mission is to provide an orphanage that is a "safe haven" to children throughout Thailand.
Please use the email address below if you have any comments, questions or need further information from Bordermedia. We will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible.