We’re delighted to share that the number of classrooms we are supporting for Rohingya refugees on Bhasan Char island in Bangladesh has doubled this summer.
Take a look at the progress that has been made and meet student, Puri.
It’s been an exciting time for the children at our learning centres in Kutupalong in Bangladesh. Classes returned to school in July with a warm colourful welcome from their teachers and they received brand new text books.
Take a look at the joyful photos we received from our partners...
People living in Kutupalong camp, Bangladesh are truly living on ‘the edge’, facing poverty and violence, trapped in dangerous conditions and unable to leave. It’s here, Children on the Edge have been working for over a decade, supporting education for thousands of refugee children.
Our digital education programme in Bangladesh is proving so successful that we are starting to replicate the model in India, where we support 35 learning centres, offering education to around 1000 Dalit children. Read on to find out more about this exciting development.
Children on the Edge works in coalition with local communities in some of the toughest places in the world, transforming the lives of marginalised children by creating protective environments where they can safely live, play, learn and grow.
2022 was an incredible year of transformation for the children we work with, thanks to continued support of our Children on the Edge community.
We invite you to grab a cup of tea and spend some time reading through our highlights page to find out all about the impact you had in 2022, and just how much your generosity is making a difference.
On Monday 5th December 2022, we held a virtual event online with staff members from Children on the Edge and our local partners in Bangladesh - Mukti Cox's Bazar.
Our panel spoke about the impact of the digital education programme in Bangladesh and how it is helping thousands of Rohingya refugee children access meaningful education.
Watch the event recording above or on Facebook here >>
Meet 11 year old Abdul, a Rohingya refugee living in Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh...
Child participation is something we strive for in all our programmes and is one of our core values. Read about how Child Councils in Bangladesh have been campaigning for the changes they want to see at school.
In Bangladesh, the Rohingya refugee children we support in Kutupalong refugee camp and children living in the slums and enclaves of Cox’s Bazar work together to create their own fun-packed videos using our digital platform - Moja Kids. Read about how this simple technology is increasing confidence amongst the children and making lessons exciting.