No treatment, no justice for Rohingya

Kutupalong Ukhiya, Bangladesh: Many registered refugees patients are under the lack of treatments in Kutupalong camp because M.O.H doctors are very hectic with their personal lives in office times. The contemptuous doctors are openly misbehaved with Refugee patients and neglect the patients to give medicines. A 16 year old refugee female patient, Rohima Khatun MRC Read more about No treatment, no justice for Rohingya[…]

Patients not politics in Rakhine State

(Photo: Sallam Oic Group) By Peter-Paul de Groote Myanmar Times November 9, 2013 On November 2, more violence broke out in Rakhine State. Two clashes between Muslim internally displaced people (IDPs) and Rakhine Buddhists resulted in the immediate deaths of two people. Five required hospitalisation, of whom two sustained injuries that were so severe that Read more about Patients not politics in Rakhine State[…]

Rohingya face “Sudden-Death” Due to Lack of Due Medication

Photo: Reuters Article writer By Ibrahim Shah Burma Times September 20, 2013  (Burma Times) Jeddah- Rohingya—the most persecuted victims on the earth surface, the most distressed people and the least wanted ethnic minority— are impoverished in their native land where they have been growing up generations to generations since immemorial decades. Since 1784, the master Read more about Rohingya face “Sudden-Death” Due to Lack of Due Medication[…]

Religious Education is banned for Rohingya Children in Arakan

Mohamed Farooq     Source  Bangla Times February 19, 2013  The Burmese Government banned all the Religious High School termed as Maddarasa since sectarian violence of last June, 2012.  Nobody can acquire and teach religious study. There are also so many Religious Basic Education Schools called Maqtab where children learn how to read Quran, how to perform five Read more about Religious Education is banned for Rohingya Children in Arakan[…]

Group: Myanmar ethnic tensions block medical aid

The Associated Press The European aid group Doctors Without Borders says it has been prevented from providing essential medical services because of violence between Buddhists and Muslims in western Myanmar. The group said Monday that antagonism between Rakhine Buddhists and Rohingya Muslims had led to threats that have prevented it from providing health care for Read more about Group: Myanmar ethnic tensions block medical aid[…]

Rohingya youths teach supplementary education in Maungdaw

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Rohingya youths – graduate and passed matriculation – are teaching supplementary education to the Rohingya youngster in their villages recently, said a Rohingya elder from Shwezar village.“We request to the youths who are working as private teachers, shopkeepers and jobless to teach the youngster from the village.” “We give them three centers in Read more about Rohingya youths teach supplementary education in Maungdaw[…]

Education in refugee camps deteriorating day-by-day

Thursday, 18 August 2011  Teknaf, Bangladesh: Education in Burmese refugee camps is deteriorating day-by-day following the resignation of many local teachers from the camps because of their inadequate salaries, said one of the local teachers in the refugee camp. “There are two groups of teachers that have been appointed in the camps for teaching refugee students. Read more about Education in refugee camps deteriorating day-by-day[…]