Campaign Category: <span>Youth Empowerment</span>

Education for Refugee Children

Education for Refugee Children

Within one and a half years almost 745,000 Rohingya people have fled violence, abuse and unimaginable horrors in Myanmar’s Rakhine state and escaped to Bangladesh where around 32,000 registered Rohingya refugee were already staying since 1992 at Nayapara and Kutupalong camps. Now, they are struggling with the daily challenges of life in the cramped and…

Empowering Refugee Women

Empowering Refugee Women

We works in partnership with UN Women and other humanitarian agencies to ensure protection and equitable access of refugee women to humanitarian assistance and information, in order to enhance their self-reliance and decision making and mitigate their risks of being exploited. Our main goal is to work towards empowering Rohingya women and girls through life-skills…

Empower Rohingya Refugee Children with Education

Empower Rohingya Refugee Children with Education

Many Rohingya youths like Hamid who want to study are not getting the chance at all. However, our youth programs are designed to further our mission and provide much-needed services for Rohingya youth and children and these focus on developing hope in their future. We empower vulnerable young people to build confidence and skills in…