Who We Are
AROUK is one of the Rohingya-led international registered charity and community organisations in the UK. It was initially established by the members of the Rohingya community in Bradford.
The Rohingya people have been persecuted over many decades in Myanmar by the state security forces. In 2017, the world has witnessed thousands of Rohingya refugees fleeing conflict and risking their lives to travel to foreign countries in search of safety and a better life.
As a charity organisation, AROUK is committed to providing humanitarian support, community development and emergency aids in some of the world most deprived areas. We are supported through a vast network of volunteers from a variety of professional backgrounds, AROUK organises projects locally and internationally, which promote health & well-being, and education of vulnerable displaced Rohingya refugees.
In doing this, AROUK raises awareness of the Rohingya crisis and inspire others to support our projects. Feedback and reports collected from our projects aim to give a truthful insight into the struggle and challenges of many Rohingya refugees as well as the impact of our continued support to tackle the protracted Rohingya crisis.
As part of our advocacy, we communicate and collaborate with other national or international organisations that already involved in tackling the Rohingya crisis. We are also open to partnership with different stakeholders to transform the lives of refugees for a better future.
Our primary mission is to help refugees in need and protecting their rights and building a better future for them through education.
A place where everyone has the same rights and access to basic need.
A Awareness raising
R Rebuilding the community
O Open to new ideas
U Unique and united
K Kind, helpful and caring