In Bangladesh we work with our partner organisation, Mukti Cox’s Bazar to provide education for almost 9,000 Rohingya refugee and slum dwelling children living in and around Kutupalong refugee camp, Cox’s Bazar and the Doharazi Enclaves.
EDUCATION FOR ROHINGYA REFUGEE CHILDREN IN KUTUPALONG
Kutupalong is the world’s largest refugee camp, where hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugee children are cut off from education in the border camps of Bangladesh.
Here we support 75 Learning Centres, offering education for 7,500 Rohingya refugee children.
EDUCATION FOR SLUM DWELLING CHILDREN IN COX’S BAZAR & DOHARAZI ENCLAVES
In the slums of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh families face extreme poverty, forcing many children to work and miss out on going to school. In the Doharazi Enclaves, Rohingya refugees who have moved further inland from the crowded border camps are cut off from education.
We support Community Schools in both these areas offering education for 1,400 children.