Rohingya Refugees Still Receive Humanitarian Aids in Indonesia

Sonya Michaella - 16 May 2016 13:13 WIB
Rohingya Refugees Still Receive Humanitarian Aids in Indonesia
Rohingya Refugees (Photo: AFP), Jakarta: In May 2015, hundreds of Rohingyas were stranded in the coast of Aceh. A year later, the refugees still receive humanitarian aid from Indonesian non-governmental organizations (NGOs). 

Indonesian NGO, Dompet Dhuafa, provides health and education for the refugees. "We focus on health and education. We conduct health examination every Friday for refugees at the refugee camps in Langsa and East Aceh," said President Director of Dompet Dhuafa Ahmad Juwaini, Jakarta, Sunday (5/15/2016).
Dompet Dhuafa also organizes educatioon program for Rohingya children. "We cooperate with local volunteers in Aceh," Ahmad continued.
Another Indonesian NGO, Southeast Asia Humanitarian (SEAHUM) also gives aids to the refugees. "Besides working for the refugees, we also urge the government to assist them," said President of SEAHUM, Imam Rulyawan.
After a year, Rohingya refugees in Indonesia still live with uncertainty. They don't know when the refugee camps will be closed.


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