Protecting Rohingya Refugees in Asia

The Rohingya population, originating from Myanmar, constitute the world’s largest stateless population and the fifth largest group of refugees. As of 2021, an estimated 1.6 million Rohingya refugees are hosted across the Asia-Pacific region. It is predominantly in this region, that Rohingya are victims of a systematic lack of access to rights and legal protection and with limited prospects of durable solutions to their widespread displacement.

Learn more about the ECHO-funded project 'Protecting Rohingya Refugees in Asia' (PRRiA) that join forces of the Asia Displacement Solutions Platform (ADSP), the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), Geutanyoë Foundation and the Mixed Migration Centre (MMC) with the aim to enhance regional protection responses in support of Rohingya refugees.

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