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Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children

by JAAGO Foundation
Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children
Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children
Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children
Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children
Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children
Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children
Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children
Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children
Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children
Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children
Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children
Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children
Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children
Welcoming Feedback for a Better Future
Welcoming Feedback for a Better Future

JAAGO Foundation has been successfully implementing a project titled “Incorporating Feedback Culture in the Organization and Beyond” which is approved by GlobalGiving under Feedback Fund Grant of USD 20,000. This project will evaluate the present feedback situation in JAAGO Foundation including its relief and recovery program 'Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children' by integrating feedback from 500 Rohingya Children and 1000 parents in Unchiprang camp, Cox’s Bazar.

The following activities have been effectively carried out by JAAGO Foundation under this project. One online survey tool was selected by the project implementation team. The team also designed survey questionnaire for Rohingya Children and their parents including one survey questionnaire for the workshop on the importance of feedback.  To understand the importance of feedback on organization’s work, these survey questionnaires had been tested within a sample population first (i.e. JAAGO employees, Rohingya Children, and their parents) and improved based on the findings. As part of the project activity, JAAGO Foundation successfully organized the workshop which was named "JAAGO Feedback Summit" on July 4, 2019. To organize the workshop, JAAGO’s team designed a workshop curriculum with the guidance of FeedbackLabs team on the importance of feedback for organization’s growth. This workshop allowed employees to provide feedback on the organization's present scenario on its feedback culture. During the Feedback Summit, JAAGO wanted to know employees perception regarding the importance of feedback. Employees gave their feedback in hand notes and online survey tool through previously developed survey questionnaire.

When the employees were asked if they had ever received feedback at work, 89% of participants shared that they receive feedback while the rest of the 11% shared that they do not receive feedback. Another survey showed that 53% of the participants often receive feedback while 47% felt that they rarely receive feedback.  When the employees were asked from whom they receive feedback, 58% of employees responded that their supervisors give them feedback. Moreover, 34% of the workshop participants mentioned that they receive feedback from their colleagues, 4% participants mentioned that they receive feedback from HR, 3% participants shared they receive feedback from the Community people they are serving and 1% of them mentioned that they receive feedback from the beneficiaries.

In response to another question ‘Have you ever given feedback to someone at work?  ’, 93% workshop participants responded that they had given feedback to someone at work though 7% shared that they never gave feedback to someone.  JAAGO received multiple answers in response to the question ‘Who did you give feedback to?’, 76% of participants said that they usually give feedback to their colleagues whereas rest of the 24% of the participants responded with other answers that include Supervisors, Juniors, HR, Senior Management, Community people they are serving and Beneficiaries/Donors/Sponsors.

Another response revealed that, about 28% of people felt that feedback affects them mentally in a positive way whereas 12% participants shared that it affects them negatively. 60% participants responded it affects them in both ways. In response to the survey question whether JAAGO should take more feedback from the community and beneficiaries to design sustainable solutions to social problems, 96% shared that they think that JAAGO should take more feedback from the community & beneficiaries When the employees were asked to share whether they have been able to receive feedback and managed to learn from that feedback, 92% employee felt that they have learnt from the feedback and 8% responded that they haven’t learnt from feedback.

From the numbers of response received during the Feedback Summit, it is evident that employees felt connected and engaged since the whole process was interactive and this approach encouraged employees to constructively give their responses.

Thus far, JAAGO has also prepared the script for the awareness video on feedback and the video shoot had been successfully completed. In the coming months, the awareness video will be edited and will be used widely in the ‘Awareness activity for young volunteers’. This awareness activity will be undertaken with the engagements of JAAGO’s youth volunteers.  Through this activity, young volunteers will learn how they can improve their way of working by incorporating feedback from their fellow volunteers, youth and community people. Leaflets and stickers will be designed to spread awareness as well.

To develop and sustain JAAGO’s Rohingya response project ‘Safe Haven’, a total 1,500 beneficiaries of the project will be surveyed and interviewed through survey on the beneficiaries of the Rohingya Response Project soon. This study will enable to enquire the impact of on-going project activities and how new approaches can be undertaken.

JAAGO Foundation is thankful to the GlobalGiving for granting Feedback Fund Grant for the project "Incorporating feedback culture in the organisation and beyond." JAAGO strongly believe that GlobalGiving’s assistance will help create a good organizational culture in terms of providing feedback.

 

Ensuring Proper Nutrition Boost 

A major influx was witnessed by the world around August of 2017, where Rohingya refugees fled to Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh from the Rakhine State in Myanmar, due to an upsurge of violence and violation of human rights, in the name of ethnic cleansing. The rate at which the Rohingyas sought refuge resulted in Cox’s Bazar hosting the largest refugee camp in the world and the Rohingya refugee crisis becoming the world’s fastest growing refugee crisis. According to IOM reports from October 2018, an estimated 923,000 Rohingya refugees have arrived since August 2017. The Food Security Information Network (FSNI) in its annual Global Report on Food Security details that Bangladesh’s refugee settlements are facing notable food insecurity.

The massive influx into one of Bangladesh’s most vulnerable and poorest districts worsened the existing fragile condition of the area and it was further distinguished by the limited access to basic services, food insecurity and high rates of under-nutrition. The monsoon season complicated an existing critical situation and increased the risks of flooding and landslides for around one million households. One of the most troubling observations made by the JAAGO experts was that the children were suffering from acute malnutrition contributed by the food insecurity as well as their mental state.  

After realizing this crisis, JAAGO deployed a team to provide food assistance. In order to ensure a holistic approach for their recovery, JAAGO has been distributing nutrition meals and food to the 500 children in the Safe Haven camp. The nutritious meals consist of fruits, carbohydrates and proteins. Ramadan is a sacred month for Muslims all over the world and advocates empathy towards those who are not as fortunate. During the month of Ramadan, JAAGO provided the children with healthy snacks as a part of their Iftar, in order to provide them with wholesome meals and ensure that the children do not sleep on empty stomachs.

A major transformation has been observed recently in the health of these children as well as their performance. The experts have recognized a boost in their morale alongside increased levels of energy and concentration when engaging in psychological therapies.  

 

Activity Induces Productivity   

According to epidemiological studies, physical activity retains therapeutic benefits for children when conducted in adjunction with other treatments in mental disorders. Generally, a huge number of epidemiological studies have shown a remarkable cross-sectional correlation between physical activity and mental health. 

JAAGO had organized different sports activities for the children at the Safe Haven camp to stimulate physical activity in the most exciting way which has shown to be similar to cognitive therapies and more effective than stress-reducing therapies. A sports competition for the children at the Safe Haven camp had been organized, where they participated in different sports such as Volleyball. At the end of the competition, the children were awarded educational gifts based on their performance. At the same time, JAAGO has been implementing physical exercises routinely at the Safe Haven camp as a part of the curriculum.

In response to these physical activities, the children at the camp have become more interactive and playful when responding to teachers and peers. They look forward to opportunities where they can indulge in sports or any physical exercise with their friends at the camp. 

 

Religion in the Roots of Identity

JAAGO believes that children are the future and it is in their hands to sustain their existing traditions and religious beliefs. In remembrance of their roots, JAAGO had organized different religious events for the children at the Safe Haven camp. The scholars at JAAGO emphasize the importance of religious practices for the refugee children and resort to spiritual psychotherapy for the children who still remain disturbed by the events that had unfolded in their lives previously.  The re-establishment of their faith in their journey in a new land has been found to be beneficial in their recovery. 

Due to the food scarcity, poor living and economic conditions, crime has increased significantly in the Unchiprang community. A majority of the time, the Rohingya children have been influenced by their parents to engage in petty crimes in order to manage food or money. The religious gatherings contribute to the children’s ethical practices as it allows them to determine the difference between good and evil, teaches them about life and death  and also helps them find solace in their current situation away from family and friends. 

The children at JAAGO’s Safe Haven have also been provided with sacrificial animals and new clothes during Eid-ul-Adha, so that they are able to celebrate and observe Eid as they used to back at home. Prayers and religious practices have also enabled them to appreciate the help that has been provided to them and they pray for their donors whenever they receive help.

 

Burmese Book Distribution

It is essential for the children to recognize their roots as it allows them to branch out while still remaining grounded. As the government does not allow the children to receive proper education at the refugee camps, JAAGO through the help of their donors distributed Burmese books to the Rohingya children, which will help them develop their cognitive and language skills.  

 

Thank You Note

At JAAGO, we believe that no language is bigger than that of kindness and speaks volumes about those who make such a great impact on the lives of others. All of us here at Safe Haven Project in JAAGO Foundation, are truly grateful to the donors for showing love and support towards the Rohingya refugee children. Our hope is to be able to raise enough funds over the next year to be able to further transform the lives of these children after the trauma that had taken over their lives.  

Ensuring Proper Nutrition Boost
Ensuring Proper Nutrition Boost
Activity Induces Productivity
Activity Induces Productivity
Religion in the Roots of Identity
Religion in the Roots of Identity
Burmese Book Distribution
Burmese Book Distribution
Feedback Result 1
Feedback Result 1
Feedback Result 2
Feedback Result 2
Feedback Result 3
Feedback Result 3
Thank You for Supporting Safe Haven
Thank You for Supporting Safe Haven

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Incorporating Feedback Culture In The Organization
Incorporating Feedback Culture In The Organization

GlobalGiving awarded The Feedback Fund Grant of $20,000 to JAAGO Foundation for the project “Incorporating feedback culture in the organization and beyond”. JAAGO Foundation is grateful to GlobalGiving Foundation for awarding the Feedback Fund Grant.

This project will assess the current scenario of feedback in JAAGO’s ‘Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children’ project by incorporating feedback of 500 Rohingya children and 1000 parents in Unchiprang camp, Cox’s Bazar.

The following activities have been completed under the Incorporating feedback culture in the organization and beyond project. One Project inception meeting was arranged with the concerned teams for the smooth implementation of the project. One survey tool has already been identified and selected for getting the feedback from the beneficiaries. Out of four proposed content development activity, survey questionnaire for employee of organization and two separate questionnaires on the assessment of JAAGO’s ‘Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children’ project for Rohingya children and their parents have already been developed by the project implementation team.The project team is currently working to develop the content for the workshop and the script of the awareness video. The proposed workshop will aim to motivate employees to assess their performance as well as their teams in a constructive manner. The awareness video will be shared in JAAGO’s volunteer network for youth’s better understanding on the importance of feedback. Through this project, JAAGO aims to sustain the ‘Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children’ project in the coming months.

JAAGO is thankful to GlobalGiving for supporting such unique yet necessary organizational development strategy through this funding. 

Unlock The Opportunities For Brighter Future

Recently, The Government of Bangladesh (GoB) and the Education Sector (ES) partners have decided to provide the children with basic education. A ‘Learning Competency Framework and Approach’ (LCFA) has been developed. In this context, ES conducted a baseline assessment to find the LCFA levels the children can be identified with we call it ASER-PLUS Assessment tools.

The ASER-PLUS is a modified version of the ASER assessment (also called the Annual Status of Education Report), a literacy and numeracy tool used in other countries such as India to measure students’ literacy and numeracy levels at the household level and school level.

Around 500 students (as of April 2019) ages 6-14 in our Safe Haven participated in the assessment. Host community teachers and refugee facilitators of the Safe Haven administered assessments to students after participating in training on the ASER-PLUS tool. The purpose of the assessment is to (I-IV) level children following LCFA measures. The next step will be to develop teaching-learning materials (TLMs) aligned to LCFA levels I–IV.

According to the assessment:

Myanmar Language: 70% of the children’s knowledge of Myanmar language is in level I, 19% in level II and some insignificant numbers in levels III and IV. This leads to an understanding that nearly one-third of the children (32%) is in the ‘beginner’ stage and a little over one third (38%) can read letters only. Very few students can read words & paragraphs and can comprehend.

Mathematics: Nearly half of the children (49%) are in LCFA level I and 42% in level II. Nearly one-fourth of the total children are in the ‘beginner’ stage. A rather insignificant number of children (12%) can read numbers up to 99. However, 19% can do addition and 12% can do the subtraction.

English: 33% of the children are in ‘beginner’ stage, 28% can recognize English alphabets in ‘small’ letters, 29% can read words and only 5% can comprehend the meaning of the text they read. On the other side, a large number of the children (73%)’s knowledge of English is in level I and 19% in level II.

So, after completing the assessment we have leveled students according to performance on the assessment (Level I-IV). Now we are preparing and using teaching and learning materials tailored to those levels and endorsed by the Education Sector. We are gradually conducting subject-based training for teachers to align with the proposed-LCFA framework in Math, English, Science, and Myanmar Language topics. We have also clustered learning facilities according to levels and shift daily timetable to allow for increasing teaching and learning time.

Well-Wishers & Supporters Are Welcome To Safe Haven

American International School Dhaka" (AISD) is one of the reputed schools in Bangladesh and a loyal supporter of JAAGO Foundation. Recently, a representative of AISD management team visited our Safe Haven Facility at Unchiprang, Teknaf and spent some time with our kids on the premises.

AISD & their students intend to help us by working for the betterment of Rohingya Refugee Children at Safe Haven. We look forward to a successful collaboration as AISD eagerly want to help our Safe Haven children.

Overcoming The Real Horrors For A Rohingya Child

Khairul Amin, a twelve year old young boy, was facing the typical struggles of a student even a year ago. Khairul and his friends believed that nothing was more difficult than the third grade courses for Burmese, English, Arabic, Urdu and Quran, and yet they came to school every day to spend time with each other. For this group of friends, their bond was more powerful than the scolding of the teachers. Little did they know that their cherished friendship would run its course and their lives would be turned upside down.

One day last year, Khairul went home and found out the armies were conducting inspections at his house. Before Khairul could comprehend why the officers were beating up his father, and throwing his sister on the floor as she screamed, Khairul’s uncle ushered him out of the house and they fled for Bangladesh in September 2017.

After the displacement, Khairul would wake up every night screaming as the horrors of that night played before his eyes. His family reached out to Safe Haven to help him overcome his psychological state in the hopes that he would interact like a child again. After four months of being at Safe Haven Project, Khairul is showing signs of recovery. During the evening, he likes to ‘’play with his neighbors, enjoys the current school activities and is enthusiastic to continue studying here. At the Safe Haven camp, Khairul is one of the first to arrive every morning and he waits by the entrance for his new friends with great excitement, just as he used to a year ago.

Thank You Note

We cannot express the impact that has on all of us here at Safe Haven Project of JAAGO Foundation. Words are sometimes so inadequate for your love and care. Thank you for all you has done for these refugee children and we are looking forward for your kind support throughout the year.

Unlock The Opportunities For Brighter Future
Unlock The Opportunities For Brighter Future
Well-Wishers & Supporters are welcome to Safe Have
Well-Wishers & Supporters are welcome to Safe Have
Overcoming The Real Horrors For A Rohingya Child
Overcoming The Real Horrors For A Rohingya Child
Thank You Note
Thank You Note
New Year Begins with New Dreams & Promises
New Year Begins with New Dreams & Promises

Rohingya Refugee crisis is known as one of the biggest humanitarian crisis in recent years, where hundreds of thousands of Rohingya had fled their home and taken shelter in Bangladesh. As a part of emergency response, JAAGO Foundation had started a Rohingya Refugee Project, known as Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children on the beginning of 2018. It has been a year since then and we have been catering 500 displaced children by providing reliefs and helping with their trauma management. This has been only being possible with your act of generosity from donors like you. In the beginning of new year, we have promised to develop the curriculum of Safe Haven facility in order to improve the life quality of the children of Safe Haven.

 

Teaching and Learning, Leads to Shining

JAAGO Foundation has a R&D team with expert personnel, who has been continuously figuring ways of developing contents and improve learning experience.  Here, we have developed the Learning Competency framework for education in the emergency situation and we are following our framework to cater to these children so that they can develop their social, emotional, skill-based competency. Now, most of the children can read and write a simple word in English.

 

Wiping Trauma & Bringing Smiles on Innocents

Every week our SHP professional caregivers conduct trauma management session with these traumatized children. These sessions helped these Rohingya children to overcome the trauma from what they have faced in Myanmar. Now These Rohingya children forgot their past and not afraid to laugh and smile from their heart.

 

Color That Brings Happiness

At Safe Haven we introducedcolor therapy which helps to recover the trauma that these children have faced in Myanmar. Coloring can be highly effective for traumatized children. These children use colors to express their experience and feelings. Some children are extraordinary and they come up with very strong picture with colors.

 

Thank you Note

We cannot express the impact that has on all of us here at Safe Haven Project of JAAGO Foundation. Words are sometimes so inadequate for your love and care. Thank you for all you has done for these refugee children and we are looking forward for your kind support and endless love for 2019.

Teaching and Learning, Leads to Shining
Teaching and Learning, Leads to Shining
Wiping Trauma & Bringing Smiles on Innocents
Wiping Trauma & Bringing Smiles on Innocents
Color That Brings Happiness
Color That Brings Happiness
Color That Brings Happiness - 2
Color That Brings Happiness - 2
Thank you!
Thank you!
Bringing Smiles on The Faces of Innocence
Bringing Smiles on The Faces of Innocence

Bringing Smiles on The Faces of Innocence

In the beginning of 2018, JAAGO established the Safe Haven Project (SHP) for the Rohingya Refugees children. Here, 500 of the total displaced of children is being catered in Safe Haven to get some reliefs from their traumas. To resolve the Rohingya Crisis situation, The Safe Haven project aims to provide children a chance to develop their motor and analytical skills, as well as the space of expressing their feelings and experiences. It helps to develop the basic life-skills of 500 traumatized children through socio-emotional learning intervention strategy. The activities aid to strengthen the brain building and emotion regulation skills along with some positive social and conflict resolution skills. To achieve this, different activities related to logical skills development and gross motor skills development such as physical activity, in door games, art and craft works, singing, dancing and story-telling and various informative and recreational videos for positive social skills development are incorporated.

Safe Haven’s goal is to set up child-friendly spaces in the camps with child protection officers and care givers. This will help the children to recover their bad experiences easily and come back to their normal life.

 

Sharing Happy Meal Boxes

As these children went through the traumatized situation for the ethnic cleansing period, they did not have the chance to have good food and proper nutrition. Safe Haven took the initiative to provide them food so that these children can enjoy at least one meal a day. Therefore, at our Safe Haven we provide healthy lunch meal to 500 children each day. Every child got their own lunch box. They bring the empty lunch box with them while entering the Safe Haven they put their lunch box in a fixed place. After completing the activities at the Safe Haven they take their lunch box filled with different items of food to their home so that they can share their meal with their families and at the end of the day we can see the smile and happiness on these children and their families’ face.

 

Learning Literacy & Numeracy for Life

Education is the key rights of every human’s life. As in Bangladesh there is no permission to give formal education to these refugee children, Safe Haven have been trying to give basic knowledge to these Refugee children. Through this learning session, now they can identify letters & sight words, numbers and also these children can dream big and they can achieve what they dream of.

 

Orchestrating Dreams on The Papers

To draw their aim and dream, we provide notebooks. These children are eager to learn about the world and day to day basis they dream big. Therefore, Safe Haven tries to keep their dream alive, we provide them notebooks so that they can jot down their imagination world and draw what they feel like and this make them smile.

 

Bringing Back The Childhood Joys with Toys

During the ethnic cleansing,these Refugee young children missed out their childhood days, their childhood ground, homes and favorite toys behind and now they are foreign to new country. Thinking about what they have missed, Safe Haven tries to make them smile and give their childhood days back by providing their favorite kinds of toys.      

 

Thank You Note

We are grateful to our NGO partners, corporates, donors and supporters for their generous support of Safe Haven relief efforts on behalf of the millions of children and families struggling to survive in the aftermath of the Humanitarian crisis. Without their contribution and support, Safe Haven journey would not have progressed and prospered in changing lives of these unfortunate children. We requests them to continue their love and support by providing their irreplaceable support to this humanitarian cause, by this unconditional support, we can ensure each child can overcome this trauma with the help of JAAGO’s Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children.

Sharing Happy Meal Boxes
Sharing Happy Meal Boxes
Learning Literacy & Numeracy for Life
Learning Literacy & Numeracy for Life
Orchestrating Dreams on The Papers
Orchestrating Dreams on The Papers
Bringing Back The Childhood Joys with Toys
Bringing Back The Childhood Joys with Toys
Thank You for Your Support!
Thank You for Your Support!
Cherishing Hopes for a Glance of Silver Linings
Cherishing Hopes for a Glance of Silver Linings

Cherishing Hopes for a Glance of Silver Linings

The early stage of every human’s life is very significant because it’s the best time of learning. This is the time when we go through the mental growth that determines our future paths. Childhood means simplicity, when children’s perspective remains so naïve that they can look the world in a different view and sees the beauty in everything. Unfortunately, the children of Rakhaine State of Myanmar had gone through a terrible traumatic experience from very early stage of their life.

The Safe Haven Project (SHP) aims to support the physical and mental wellbeing of these disenfranchised children by providing them with a safe space where they are engaged in regular childhood social experiences, learning, and emotional healing. Through the Safe Haven Project, JAAGO is serving upwards of 500 Rohingya refugee children per day. JAAGO has undergone training in crisis-learning from supportive international organizations, as well as trauma-therapy techniques to administer to the children for their emotional and mental wellbeing. Additionally, local Rohingya support staff has been hired to engage with the children.

 

Spreading Happiness on Sacred Occasion of Eid

As a part of Trauma management, JAAGO’s Founder Mr. Korvi Rakshand went to Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children at Unchiprang, Putibonia, Whaikkong, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh to celebrate Eid Ul Fitr 2018 with the rohingya children. We cater 500 girls and boys at the Safe Haven where they had been provided gifts, clothing, meat, rice, sugar, semai etc. on the sacred event of Eid. It was the first Eid for these children in Bangladesh after they fled horrors of ethnic cleansing. They deserve to have a proper celebration just like you and me. Your contribution on our project enabled us to make this visit and bring a little smile on these innocent children’s faces.

 

Improving Skills for Sustainable Learning

Dream is a word, which has different meaning to different people. At our Safe Space, dream is something which pushes them to survive and get back to their homeland with an assurance of safety. Though our facility is not a formal education center, we have designed a curriculum which enables these children to learn basic Math, English etc. We welcome volunteers from different places of the world so people get to know what they are going through. Recently, some volunteer from Singapore visited Rohingya kids along with some friends to spend time with these children and conducted a workshop for teacher and kids on basic Math, English and Arts. The kids had an excellent time with the group as they had quality time with physical activities and rhymes. Finally, they had been distributed raincoats and stationery which will useful for them in upcoming days.

 

Ensuring Nutrition’s, Cleanliness and Hygiene Practice

The Safe Space for Rohingya Children gives them assurance of safety from the horror they faced on their homeland. But they are facing challenges such as lacks nutrition, safe drinking water, cleanliness challenge etc. We have ensured tubewell facility, some nutrition boost etc. but to ensure these dire needs, we are looking to raise funds for these basic needs.

 

Life at Rohingya Camp

Story of Humaira
Age-10
JAAGO’s Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children

Previous story:

During influx, Myanmar army looted and burned her village. She saw army dragged one of neighbor outside and took her away with them. Her neighbor was gang raped and later killed by Myanmar army. It increased huge panic in the surrounding place. Then people started fleeing in Bangladesh. One day, her father was working in their farming field, suddenly, he was shot and killed by the army. Army snatched her family’s belongings as well. She was studied in grade 4 during influx. She was taught English, Burmese, and Arabic in school. There were a separate classroom of regular studies and a separate classroom for athletics. Her teachers were supporting to them as well and now; she is missing them a lot. Army sometimes attacked their schools as well and separated older girl students from everyone, then took them to a second location to gang rape them. Among those girls, her elder sister was there who was studying in grade 10. After series of rape and different physical abuse, soldier dropped her in the house. One of her uncles was shot and killed in front of her eyes when they trying to cross the Naf river on the way to Bangladesh. During their painful journey to Bangladesh, they did not have enough money to cross Naf river by boat, so they made the journey by barefooted.

Present Story:

When she came to the camp-22, unchiprang, teknaf, nothing was too easy at the camp. She saw her parents to struggle a lot to collect food, clean water and also making a shelter for them. They always feel unsafe at the tent because of their fear and some other incident happened at the camp. When her family member sent her to the safe haven she was so scared, the fear always working in her mind that, she was experienced back in home. At first, she doesn’t want to come to the safe haven. When we talk to her parents and knowing her story we made a plan for her that she can bring her younger brother as well with her at the safe haven then she agreed to come. And now she feels the most safest place at the camp is safe haven.

Thank You Note

It is with the utmost sincerity that we convey our gratitude to the national and international sponsors, corporate partners, donor agencies and supporters from various fields. Without their contribution and support, this journey would not have progressed and prospered in changing lives of these unfortunate children. We requests them to continue providing their irreplaceable support to this humanitarian cause, so that we can ensure each child can overcome this trauma with the help of JAAGO’s Safe Haven for Rohingya Refugee Children.

Spreading Happiness on Sacred Occasion of Eid
Spreading Happiness on Sacred Occasion of Eid
Improving Skills for Sustainable Learning
Improving Skills for Sustainable Learning
Ensuring Nutrition
Ensuring Nutrition's, Cleanliness and Hygiene Prac
Humaira, Age-10, JAAGO
Humaira, Age-10, JAAGO's Safe Haven
 

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