children to be taught
of Rohyngyas are under the age of 12
0 %


Food is consumed and the well of water eventually dries up, but unlike other forms of gift, the knowledge transmitted endures, improves and multiplies over time, crossing borders and surviving you even after death.

In 2020, two and a half years after the Rohingya were forced to flee atrocities in Myanmar, the Bangladeshi government announced its intention to offer Rohingya refugee children education and vocational training programmes. This historic decision opens up new educational opportunities for Rohingya refugee children, who have lost two years of schooling.

Recognising that education is the foundation of all progress and that knowledge is the most priceless gift, U.T.O is investing in the future by establishing educational activity centres for Rohingya children.

We have a crucial mission: to provide an inspiring education to the 400,000 refugee children of Kutupalong, to give them the tools they need to build a better future for their people.

No one knows what the future will hold for these children without a homeland, but we are certain that education and culture will be their greatest strengths in overcoming life’s challenges.