From most vulnerable to vocation
In 2016, Step-in Step-up started as a domestic helper group in our Founder’s home, learning such skills as general house cleaning, washing and ironing, personal hygiene, grooming, taking care of animals, grocery shopping, cooking and basic English.
The demand for these friendly, confident ladies grew and so a classroom was acquired. Boys were invited into the program and a vocational skills rotation was created.
Educating with purpose, changing lives
In November 2021, SISU rented Dulwich College Campus which can now accept more than 250 trainees.
People Impacted by Our Programs
What Drives Our Mission?
The belief that everyone deserves a chance
Founder and CEO
NAW Annie San
Projects and M&E Volunteer
Htay Htay Yee
Village Coordinator / Admin
Yee Mon Htike
Admin & Communications
CHO CHO MYINT
Senior Training Officer
Thitsar phone lwin
Vocational Training Officer
Nurse Jone Naw
Health Care Trainer
Health Care Aide
Without the support of people like yourself, this program would not be possible.
What Are Donations Used For?
All donations go towards uniforms, stationery, daily stipend (pocket money), medicals and daily lunch.
What does "GAP KIDS" mean?
It is the very vulnerable age group of children between 10 and 17 years old. The age GAP between child and adult.