Rohingya ‘lost generation’ Struggle to Study in Bangladesh Camps
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Rohingya ‘lost generation’ Struggle to Study in Bangladesh Camps

It is estimated that there are 55% children under the age of 18 living in the refugee camps.

And about 745,000 Rohingya people faced persecution and inhumanity in Myanmar at the end of 2017, it’s bringing the total population of the refugee camps close to a million people.

Rohingya refugee children need to have access to proper education in Bangladesh refugee camps. Without proper education, there is no future for them. They have lost almost everything but we cannot allow them to lose their future.

Unfortunately, there no further step has been taken yet in order to help these destitute children to have a meaningful education even though there are budgets.

UNICEF and other UN agencies and NGOs describe educational facilities in the camps are as learning centres without real schools and fixed curriculum.

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