While 1.1 Million Rohingya refugees are being forced out of their homes, girls as young as 15 continue to be trafficked in Nigeria.

Recent events in Ukraine have shocked and saddened the international community. However, this is not the only crisis. While the world focuses on Ukraine we must not forget the children across the world whose ability to be safe, in school and learning continues to be threatened by crises such as child trafficking, forced displacement and conflict.

We see these crises hit the headlines as sensational news stories but when the media attention fades Street Child continues to focus on the most marginalised children who are most at risk of being forgotten.


In August 2017, the Rohingya refugee crisis hit the international news, with 200,000 fleeing political persecution in Rakhine State, Myanmar, to neighbouring Bangladesh. Prominent figures like Malala, spoke out against the targeted violence and human rights violations which the UN described as ‘textbook ethnic cleansing’. 5 years on, the media attention on Rohingya refugee's has faded.


In 2014, the abduction of over 270 Chibok girls from their school in Nigeria caught international attention. The campaign #BringBackOurGirls shone a light on the prolific trafficking of girls in the country. Whilst the news stories subsided, attacks on education and human trafficking continue in Nigeria with an estimated one million Nigerians, mostly young girls, still being trafficked each year.




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Could provide learning kits for three children in Nigeria. These kits provide basic stationary, textbooks, and water bottles, meaning the children can fully engage in school.


Could help train a community-based case worker to protect Rohingya refugee girls from sexual, physical and psychological abuse. 


Could provide a child in Nigeria, who has been associated with an armed group, with mental health and psychological support for a month to help them reintegrate into the community.


Could help set up a community-based, child-friendly space for Rohingya refugee children in Coxs Bazar, where children and girls can be safe, in school, and learning. 


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Could provide learning kits for a child in Nigeria. These kits provide basic stationary, textbooks, and water bottles, meaning the children can fully engage in school.


Could help train a community-based case worker to protect Rohingya refugee girls from sexual, physical and psychological abuse. 


Could help us to provide basic literacy and numeracy support to a Rohingya Refugee child in Bhasan Char Island over the 30 days.


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  • Street Child works with local organisations to ensure every child has access to an education. We work to ensure all children are safe, in school and learning- especially in low resource environments and emergencies which are often forgotten. Since 2008 we have supported 650,033 children with services such as direct access to education and mental health provision. By donating to our ‘Do Not Forget Us’ appeal, you will ensure we can change the lives of thousands of children and that no child is forgotten. 

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