In a world filled with challenges, some stories stand out as true testaments of resilience and determination. Rojina Begom’s story is one such example. Rojina, a bright and spirited young girl, was born on January 1, 2015, in Myanmar. She comes from a family of five siblings and her life took a tragic turn when her father, Ahmad Huson, passed away due to a stroke on August 1, 2016. Left with the responsibility of raising her children, Rojina’s mother, Marryum Khatun, is doing her best to provide for her family amidst the harsh conditions of the Rohingya Refugee camp 1 in Kotupalong, Ukhiya, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.
Rojina’s life is marked by hardships that most of us can scarcely imagine. As a young girl growing up in a refugee camp, her access to basic necessities and education is severely limited. Currently enrolled in Nurani Class 2, Rojina dreams of a brighter future, one where she can break free from the cycle of poverty and have the opportunity to pursue her dreams.
The Begom family’s situation is dire. They have no source of cash income in the Bangladesh camp and rely solely on donations from UNHCR, which amount to a mere 500 taka per month. This amount is hardly enough to cover their monthly food expenses, let alone support Rojina’s education and other essential needs.
Rojina’s dreams should not be limited by her circumstances. With your support, we can give her the opportunity to break free from the cycle of poverty and build a brighter future for herself and her family. Your generosity can make a lasting impact on her life.
Every contribution, no matter how big or small, brings Rojina one step closer to her dreams. Let’s come together as a global community and show Rojina that she is not alone in her journey.
Join us in empowering Rojina Begom to create a brighter future. Your support matters. Together, we can be the ray of hope in her life.