Rohingya Education: Learning Jaipur

Written by Jasmine Hines

A Rajasthani woman funds over fifty Rohingya children’s education. An anthropologist considers refugee working conditions, while Jaipur’s rubbish pickers work hard. One Rohingya man organises education and healthcare for his community.

This is part two of a three part mini-documentary on Rohingya refugees.

Click here to see part one.

Click here to see part three.

About The Author
Jasmine Hines

Jasmine Hines is a third year student at the University of Queensland. She studies a dual degree in journalism and communications. While participating in the UQ in India program, she's hoping to write a range of multimedia stories on social issues.