Putrajaya to spell out Rohingya plan

Sheridan Mahavera Yvonne Lim

Foreign Affairs Minister Saifuddin Abdullah chatting with Rohingya refugee children during a visit to the Rohingya Education Centre in Klang in February. The centre is funded by UNHCR and the government wants to help more Rohingya children gain access to education. – EPA pic, August 2, 2019.

HELPING Rohingya refugee children gain better access to educational opportunities in Malaysia will be a main feature in Putrajaya’s national strategy to help one of the world’s most persecuted communities, said Foreign Affairs Minister Saifuddin Abdullah.

The plan will also explore the option of allowing the Rohingya to work legally in Malaysia, he told The Malaysian Insight.

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