In Rohingya Refugee Camp, school-going children are more than 145,000. And Nearly 1.3million Rohingya people are living in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Needless to say, the humanitarian crisis in Myanmar’s Rakhine State has driven over 1,118,576 Rohingya refugees across the border into Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh in 2017. These refugees include innocent children just like ours, but extremely unjustified cruelty has stolen from them the opportunity to have a bright and educated future, something we wish for our children. We are making an elaborate effort to restore that opportunity for them. Nobody knows when the problem is going to be solved but the future of the children is uncertain. So, we are educating them about their future.
Keeping this in mind, in collaboration with Basmah Foundation (NGO Registration Number: 3160), we established Children Learning 2 at Camp 01, Block 01 Lombashya, Kutupalong in Cox’s bazaar, Bangladesh which provides a safe place for kids to learn and grow. The center strives to provide them emotional and moral support on top of educational classes five days a week. Every day over 80 students are learning in this Centre. There are 5 to 6 staff members who are teaching them different subjects in Rohingya language like mathematics, religious studies, physical education, and English. We provide free books, free snacks, school uniforms, and bags, etc.