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Showing posts with label Students. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Students. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 28, 2024

NEPAL: Students visit Rohingya refugees

MISSIOMnewswire
February 27, 2024 


Refugees also receive support from Nepal Don Bosco Society

(MissionNewswire) A group of 5th-grade students from Nepal Don Bosco School, located in Siddhipur, Nepal, visited the settlement for Rohingya refugees in the District of Lalitpur, a neighboring district of Kathmandu. Students were accompanied by their class teacher and the principal Father Binu Jacob.

Saturday, June 25, 2022

DFA signs framework allowing Rohingya refugees to study in PH

MANILA BULLETIN
Published June 25, 2022,
by Raymund Antonio

The Philippines, through the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), signed a legal framework program that will allow Rohingya refugees to enter the country and receive their tertiary education here.

 

DFA Secretary Teodoro Locsin, Jr. signs the legal framework for the Complementary Pathways (CPath) program for Rohingyas on Wednesday, June 22, 2022. (Photo from DFA)

Secretary of Foreign Affairs Teodoro Locsin Jr. signed last Wednesday, June 22, the Legal Framework for the Complementary Pathways (CPath) Program for Rohingyas, which aims to provide an educational pathway to eligible beneficiaries and engage relevant government agencies and private institutions to promote durable solutions to help beneficiaries achieve self-reliance.

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

UNHCR gives buses for students in Ukhiya, Cox’s Bazar city

theindepedent
2 April, 2019 
Independent Online Desk  



UN refugee agency UNHCR donated five buses for students of local colleges in Ukhiya and Cox’s Bazar city.

The gesture is part of the agency’s appreciation of the local community’s role in responding to the Rohingya influx since August 2017, UNHCR said in a statement.

Bangladesh: Rohingya Refugee Students Expelled


HUMAN
RIGHTS
WATCH
 



April 1, 2019 8:00PM EDT

Ensure Formal Education is Available to All Migrant Children  

Rohingya refugee students demonstrate against being expelled from Bangladeshi secondary schools in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, February 6, 2019. © 2019 Private

(Bangkok) ­ The Bangladeshi government has expelled scores of Rohingya refugee children from schools in southeast Bangladesh since late January 2019, Human Rights Watch said today. Officials have ordered secondary schools near the refugee settlements in the Cox’s Bazar district to dismiss Rohingya students, who lack Bangladeshi citizenship.

Saturday, March 16, 2019

When a White Bridge Ran Red With Students' Blood.

The Irrawaddy
By WEI YAN AUNG | 16 March 2019


People commemorate the fatal government crackdown on March 16, 1988, on student protesters at Yangon's "white bridge" in September of that year. / Htein Win

Thirty-one years ago today on Pyay Road in Yangon, Tada Phyu —”the white bridge” in Burmese — ran red with the blood of student protesters caught in a brutal government crackdown