Changing The Future Of Rohingya Children Through Education
Provide perfect and conducive educational facilities for Rohingya children
According to a United Nations report, the Rohingya are the most persecuted ethnic group in the world. The long history of Rohingya oppression began in 1748 when Burma invaded Arakan and carried out massacres of the Muslim population. In 1982 the Myanmar government introduced the Burmese Citizenship Law 1982. Through this act, the Rohingya are not recognized as part of an ethnic group in Myanmar and deny Rohingya citizenship.
Various military operations were carried out during the period and most recently at the end of August 2017. A total of 750,000 Rohingya refugees fled to Southern Bangladesh seeking refuge as a result of the incident. Many of the refugees are elderly, women, and children. Much evidence of the brutality and oppression perpetrated by the Myanmar army on the Rohingya ethnic group has been exposed such as rape, murder, torture, and arson.