Home is a usually a peaceful abode where people feel secure and live in harmony. This is not the case with the Rohingyas now. The inherent issues need to be resolved but looking at the current situation, it's not likely to happen anytime very soon.
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Program ‘Back To School’ merupakan program tetap anjuran Yayasan Kemanusiaan Muslim Aid Malaysia (Muslim Aid). Program ini telah meraikan antara 300 – 500 penerima manfaat setiap tahun di seluruh negara.
Setting up an educational institution to enable refugee having access to basic education. Their status as refugees was subduing them the opportunity to acquire formal education. Hence, the institution was set up to help the kids by providing them chance for gaining basic education, a better life and competitive. To provide and enable students with means to read, write and count.
In order to combat water shortages and reduce associated diseases MAA embarked on a provision of clean water by constructing water wells and water storage tanks. The aim is to ensure that development work leads to tangible and sustained improvements in the lives of people in developing countries.In the past year and a half over 250 water wells have been constructed while close to fifty water-storage tanks have been built in remote villages. The tanks allow for easy access to clean water at all times whereas previously women walked up to 10km for a bucket of water.
More than 3 mln Syrian refugees are currently living in Turkey, being about 280.000 of them located in 25 refugees camps and the rest, i.e. about 90% living outside the camps.
Sanliurfa (or simply Urfa) is the city in the east part of Turkey bordering with Syria. More than half million of Syrian refugees are living in Urfa, which is the highest number among all cities in Turkey. There are 5 camps in Urfa, hosting a total of 115 thousands of refugees.