Plight Of Rohingya Children
Rohingya refugees have been living in Malaysia for more than two decades without proper access to basic healthcare and education. This means a generation of children having no formal education. Many adult Rohingya refugees are illiterate, with some able to read and write Jawi and after years of living in Malaysia, Bahasa Melayu. The Rohingya refugee children attend learning centres operated by community and faith-based organisations with the assistance of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. For the Rohingya, education is their way out of poverty.