By Sybile Penhirin
Everywhere in the world, children are curious and eager to learn. But what does schooling look like in the midst of a humanitarian crisis? Near Cox’s Bazar, where over 688,000 Rohingyas have arrived after fleeing their homes, we have built 200 temporary learning centers. These safe spaces are providing thousands of Rohingya children and teenagers with basic education, in Burmese and English. Will you help us build more?