On 27 February, KT Care team went to East Dagon and Mingalardon Township to conduct an observation for Child Protection program at Chan Thar Aung and San Mya Thidar nunneries. Chan Thar Aung nunnery was built in December 2013 with only 50 students. It was just a small hut in the middle of a muddy field before. Currently, there are 268 students and 10 teachers. San Mya Thidar nunnery which was founded in June 2001 by Daw Hay Mar Yee (Dhammasarita, patron) and Daw Aye Theingi (Dhammasrita, superintendent) became a place for educating children from different regions of Myanmar in 2006-2007. Initially assisted by Christian teachers, the school aimed at helping the orphans and poor young women. With the help of 35 teachers, San Mya Thidar nunnery now educates over 600 students. KT Care team discussed with the superintendents of nunneries and introduced the child protection program while conducting a survey for the needs of schools.