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RWWS in partnership with Harvard Law School


RWWS in partnership with Harvard Law School conduct training and workshops on human rights and accountability in Rohingya refugee camp

After designing and conducting a successful focus group discussions with the Rohingya (at camp-14 ,Hakimpara), Professor Yee Mon Htun and her team of Harvard Law School overall lead trained the Rohingya youth, women and RWWS staffs to understand the knowledge of international human rights and accountability.
Four-days follow-up of conduction training and workshop following three sections are primarily developed:
In the first section , the workshop focused on the international legal framework on human rights, started with the following introduction :
  • Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)
  • International Convention on Civil and Political Rights (ICESCR)
  • International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights (ICESCR)
  • Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC)
  • Convention for the Elimination of All forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW)
  • Convention for the Rights of Person with Disabilities (UNCRPD)

In the second section, the workshop looked at the international response to the ongoing human rights violations in Myanmar. The focus was on the separate forums before which cases pertaining to the Rohingya Refugee Crisis are currently ongoing to hold the government of Myanmar as well as individual perpetrators accountable for the gross violations of the rights of Rohingya community, include the following important information as appropriate :
  • International Criminal Court (ICC)
  • International Court of Justice (ICJ)
  • Universal Jurisdiction case before the court in Argentina
  • Independent Investigation Mechanism for Myanmar (IIMM)

In the third section, the workshop introduced over the essential components for safe and voluntary repatriation.
The workshop was administered by RWWS through January 2020.

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Our mission


Awareness About Child and Women Trafficking.

Creating awareness among the people of Bangladeshi citizen and Rohingya Refugees, about the horrors of human trafficking is most important. Measures can be taken for wide publicity of this issue in all national and international media. Apart from this, steps at the grassroots level might bring a better result. So, Our expectations are to stop hateful activities like human trafficking in Bangladesh soon and we need your help the most.


Psychosocial Resilience for Women

Especially the women who have been suffering unbearable psychological turmoil for months, must be given psychosocial help so that they can gradually cope with this tragic, disastrous situation.


Healthcare Support for Women.

RWWS is providing health care to the Rohingya Refugees in Myanmar, clean water, food, and, Mobile Medical Support, Medicines and other supplies. Not only will this project save hundreds of refugees lives but it will create a community attitude shift. This is a humanitarian crisis, and we need your help.


Women Empowerment.

RWWS strategy to empower unprivileged women in every sector of life and also a motive to unleash some educational skills.

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Be aware of Trafficking - Stay Safe at Camp.

RW Welfare Society(RWWS) organized a Trafficking awareness Campaign for Rohingya Women Under the Title of Be aware of Trafficking and Stay safe at camp. The Trafficking awareness campaign continued for two days on 8th & 9th May 2018 at Kutupalong refugee camp 3 .


Mobile Medical Support

RW Welfare Society (RWWS)facilitated free Medical Support and Medicines at Thangkhali Rohingya Refugee Camp.


EID Clothes Distribution Project.

As the final days of Ramadan draw near every year families worldwide anticipate the joyous days of Eid ul Fitr. Unfortunately for many Rohingya People days of joy feel long gone. RWWS wants to bring a big smile to these People’s faces an one way we have done so is by distributing new clothing for eid at Kutupalong refugee camp 3. Thank you for making this possible and please continue supporting us. Our programs for refugees are year round and your help is greatly appreciated.


Psychosocial Support For Rohingya Women

Rohingya women, who were worst victims of the violence and the easy prey for the rioters and Myanmar army. Many young Rohingya girls hid their faces when they saw journalists and cameras and did not want to talk to them at all. Anybody could read the expression of trauma and fear on their faces. RW Welfare Society (RWWS) also works for counseling traumatize Women and Supporting them to get rid of that trauma. RWWS organized a campaign for counseling traumatize Rohingya women at Hakimpur Rohingya Refugee Camp 4.

The True Wealth Of A Community Is Measured By How Carefully It Listens To Its Women And How Sincerely It Values Their Wisdom.
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Sadeka Fatema is an Executive member of RWWS. She has been working as a Social Activist for a long time.


Sumita Karmakar is an Executive Member of RWWS. At the same time she has been doing Social Work for unprevileged Women since 2009