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OUR PROJECT

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IN Refugee Camps - Bangladesh

Education: Only Solution

Donation Raise:
By providing formal education to the Rohingya youth, they will be able to further participate in the social, cultural, and economic development, outside of the classroom. This further reduces the possibility that Rohingya youth become involved in the exploitation and illegal activities. The Canadian Rohingya Development Initiative (CRDI), proposes.
IN Refugee Camp Bangladesh

Women Empowerment

Donation Raise:
We, the Rohingya communities, either in Canada, Burma, Bangladesh or elsewhere, have all endured and resisted adversity and atrocities that most people cannot imagine. However, we would like to draw attention to the specific plight of Rohingya women and young girls in Myanmar, in the refugee camps and all.

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MEET OUR ADVISORS

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The Hon. Bob Rae

The Hon. Bob Rae

The Honourable Bob Rae is an advisor to CRDI. Mr. Rae is Canada’s special envoy to Myanmar (Burma), dealing with the Rohingya crisis.

Garnett Genuis

Garnett Genuis

Mr. Garnett Genuis is an advisor to CRDI. He is a Member of Parliament for Sherwood Park-Fort Saskatchewan and a member of Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition, the Conservative Party of Canada caucus.

Dr. Abid Bahar

Dr. Abid Bahar

Dr. Abid Bahar is an advisor to CRDI. He is a professor at Dawson College in Montreal. He has contributed numerous papers to international seminars and conferences and published numerous papers on Myanmar (Burma).

+1 514 3740035

Washim Ahmed

Washim Ahmed

Washim Ahmed is a legal advisor to CRDI. Mr. Ahmed is professionally a lawyer based in Toronto and writes Op-Ed on the Myanmar crisis.

+1 647 6575260

RECENT POSTS

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Statement on Bhashan Char

Bhashan Char: CRDI Rejects the relocation plan March 8, 2019, Toronto: The Canadian Rohingya Development Initiative (CRDI) is deeply troubled by the Bangladeshi Government’s plan.
08 Mar
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Commemorating IWD 2019

The Canadian Rohingya Development Initiative commemorates International Women’s Day Justice and protection for Rohingya women and girls – A must On March 8, we.
05 Mar
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Commentary: By Khin Mai Aung

Commentary: Why Myanmar Must Develop an Identity of Inclusion BY KHIN MAI AUNG hin Mai Aung reports from the International Conference on Protection and Accountability.

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