Rohingya Refugees School Projects (H1)
Human Appeal Australia putting the final touch finishing two school buildings in Myanmar, these schools will provide the necessary education for displaced Rohingya children who were affected by violence and ethnic cleansing recently.
Rohingya Refugees School Projects will consist of 2 school buildings, each building has 3 classrooms to accommodate 200 students, as a result, 600 students will be able to continue their study because of the donor’s generosity and the great efforts that have been done by Human Appeal Australia team and the field partner as well.
Human Appeal Australia has recently run an emergency campaign to help the displaced people from Rohingya who crossed the borders to Bangladesh.
This campaign received an immediate response from the Australian Muslim communities and supporters from the worldwide.
Until now more than $1.7 million collected and more than 7,000 families were able to receive water, food, clothing, shelters and medical attention.
Human Appeal Australia still on the field working on several charities projects that helps the refugees in facing the daily life difficulties such as lacking clean water, food shortage, clothing and shelters.