May 8, 2018
He's giving displaced Rohingya a voice - and a wallet

Malaysia has become one of the most popular destinations for the Rohingya people driven from their homelands in Myanmar. They are often smuggled into Kuala Lumpur, where they arrive with hopes as high as the megacity’s glass-and-steel towers. Muha...

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Jun 29, 2018
CryptoSlate

How Blockchain Technology Is Helping the Rohingya Crisis

The Indo-Aryan-speaking Rohingya people in Myanmar’s Rakhine state are encountering the dire issue of persecution and ethnic cleansing. Fortunately, many individuals and groups are using blockchain technology to help refugees in innovative ways be...
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Jun 25, 2018
iguacu

iguacu Profile: Meet an inspiring entrepreneur writing a different story for the Rohingya

Muhammad Noor is part of a younger generation working to change the lives of Rohingya through entrepreneurship. He is at the head and has co-founded several successful initiatives among which are the first Rohingya TV channel, the first Rohingya F...
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May 8, 2018
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He's giving displaced Rohingya a voice - and a wallet

Malaysia has become one of the most popular destinations for the Rohingya people driven from their homelands in Myanmar. They are often smuggled into Kuala Lumpur, where they arrive with hopes as high as the megacity’s glass-and-steel towers. Muha...
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Apr 5, 2018
Money Today

Kooperation von Procivis und Rohingya Project

Procivis unterstützt das NGO “Rohingya Project" beim Vorhaben, dem staatenlosen Volk der Rohingya eine vertrauenswürdige, persönliche Identität zu verschaffen. Rohingya sind Angehörige eines staatenlosen Volkes, welche in verschiedenen Teilen der Wel
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April 11, 2018
Research Collaboration with University of Washington

The Rohingya Project, a grassroots initiative that aims to uplift and empower the Rohingya diaspora worldwide, announces a research collaboration with the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies of the University of Washington in Seattle, USA.

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April 4, 2018
Procivis and the Rohingya Project partner to provide Electronic Identity to people without Legal Documentation

Swiss e-government venture Procivis and non-governmental organisation the Rohingya Project have announced a partnership to enable financial and social inclusion for the 3.5 million Rohingya people living across the world. As part of the collaboration, Procivis will supply its eID+ platform and combine it with the Rohingya Project’s unique verification process, to provide the stateless Rohingya population with a trusted personal identity.

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October 16, 2017
Official Launch of the Rohingya Project

Rohingya Vision and Ata Plus announced today that they are raising funds for the newly launched Rohingya Project to enfranchise the stateless Rohingya people. The Project partners are aiming to raise RM250,000 to execute the first stage of the project which will create a database of undocumented Rohingya in Malaysia and then provide them with individual digital identities using blockchain technology.

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