illiteracy remains a dream for the Rohingya Refugee in Bangladesh
Cox’s Bazar: The
Village Education Resource Centre (VERC) celebrated the International
Literacy Day today, which is observed through the events on the theme
“Literacy and Peace” which is never come to true even in
dream for Rohingya refugee in Bangladesh due to make believing plans
and fund constrain of NGOs and restriction of Bangladesh government.
UNHCR and donor countries’ pledge of eradicating illiteracy from the
Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh will not be kept in continuum due
to a lack of poor planning and prevention of Bangladesh Governess.
Most of the people are getting very amazing and expressed their
concern saying that the percentage of education did not find out from
Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh till 22 years, due to fund
constraint and limp planning and negligence.
passed 22 years as refugee in Bangladesh but still we didn’t pass
class five and we have no any high school inside the camp for
Rohingya refugee due to restriction of Bangladesh government. And
also we are in very regret that the hundreds of high school students
were pushed out from outside school and even some are from
examination hall this year, who were admitted to various high school
outside the camp under Cox’s Bazar district in Bangladesh said some
refugee who are denied to be named for their safety.
have held the education project as one of the sectors receiving the
highest budgetary allocations to remove illiteracy and to bring
significant results for the Rohingya refugee but they failed. Even,
they could not launch Basic Literacy Project till now for what our
children have to ruined their future life. The Rohingya refugee
believes that the UNHCR and NGOs would be able to establish high
school inside the camp and to eradicate illiteracy through the
consultation and cooperation with government.
providing basic education, we have also offered some skill-based
training so that the Rohingya refugees’ participants can do something
for their livelihood,” but it is also has been restricted by the
Bangladesh government, Not only that we also deprived of getting
adequate basic fundamental rights and needing like medication, food
and non-food items, security and more in Bangladesh like Burma they