#MyRohingya

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Described as the “Most Persecuted People on Earth” the Rohingya people have been facing decades of indiscrimination and torture at the hands of the government of Burma and Rakhine Buddhists.

The 1982 citizenship law resulted in the exclusion of the Rohingya, a Muslim minority living in the westernmost part of Burma. They are not included in the official list of 135 “national races” who are guaranteed full citizenship. The predominantly Buddhist Myanmar considers them Bangladeshi but Bangladesh says they’re Burmese. As a result, they’re effectively stateless.

Project Kids Can 2017

Yemen and Somalia have the highest malnutrition rates in the world! Over 300 000 children alone are starving in Yemen. Continuous war have left these countries in a deteriorating condition of starvation and destitution.

Colours of Hope and H4U in conjunction with Gift of the Givers urge schools, and learners to partake in an effortless and noble way to help alleviate hunger in these starving countries. Parents, encourage your kids to show empathy for humanity… simply donate a can or two!