The early history of the Rohingya is said to date from the beginning of the 7th century in Arakan State. They have physical, linguistic and cultural similarities with South Asians, especially Bengalis.
Episodes of grief over them have lasted for a long time due to religious and ethnic minority issues.
Many have migrated to other countries for the sake of survival and future generations, but not a few have been injured and even lost their lives in order to defend their dignity and fading beliefs.
The Rohingya community has been in Malaysia for the past 20 years. Rohingya children need the same education as other children in Malaysia, unfortunately they are not allowed to attend government schools.
Many of them do not have any formal education but have to go through life like Malaysians.
Without education including 3M skills, they will be exposed to a variety
fraud, loss, abuse of power and human trafficking syndicates.