ON MIGRATION | UN, NGOs accused of bungling effort to educate Rohingya children

November 11, 2019

Tragic to see the ongoing challenges facing the Rohingya.

For a view of one Rohingya refugee’s journey to a new home in the US, watch NIRV filmmaker Mohhamad Arifuzzaman’s short film, Seeking Settled Ground

 

Questions raised over efforts to give Rohingya children and youth formal education under Myanmar curriculum.

Source: Al Jazeera English, by & , 7 Oct 2019: UN, NGOs accused of bungling effort to educate Rohingya children

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