Civil society groups call on US to continue aid to Rohingya

Civil society groups call on US to continue aid to Rohingya  More than 200 Burmese civil society groups have called on the United States to increase aid to the Rohingya, who have survived the genocide, and to other countries, including Bangladesh, and to increase access to education for Rohingya children.  Civil society groups said in a statement on March 29 that they welcomed the US military's declaration of genocide against the Rohingya and called for the prosecution of Burma's military leaders.  Among the organizations requesting are a pioneer voice group; Women's League Karen human rights groups.  He said the US definition came about as the Rohingya continued to demand their rights for more than four years and the assistance of human rights groups around the world, including Burma.  Rohingya to be recognized as citizens; They need to be able to move freely and return to their homes in Rakhine State safely, the statement said.  On March 21, the US government officially declared the Burmese military's actions against the Rohingya a genocide and a crime against humanity.  In addition to the announcement, civil society groups have said they need to file criminal charges against the Burmese military council, which would be "verbal" and ineffective.  Currently, there are 600,000 Rohingya in Rakhine State, according to civil society groups.  The United States will provide more than $ 152 million for the Rohingya who fled to Bangladesh as a result of the Burmese military genocide, State Department spokesman Ned Price said on March 29. In the United States, the United States has provided funding for this project. $ 1.7 billion has been provided to the 740,000 Rohingya who have fled to Bangladesh since August.

More than 200 Burmese civil society groups have called on the United States to increase aid to the Rohingya, who have survived the genocide, and to other countries, including Bangladesh, and to increase access to education for Rohingya children.

Civil society groups said in a statement on March 29 that they welcomed the US military's declaration of genocide against the Rohingya and called for the prosecution of Burma's military leaders.

Among the organizations requesting are a pioneer voice group; Women's League Karen human rights groups.

He said the US definition came about as the Rohingya continued to demand their rights for more than four years and the assistance of human rights groups around the world, including Burma.

Rohingya to be recognized as citizens; They need to be able to move freely and return to their homes in Rakhine State safely, the statement said.

On March 21, the US government officially declared the Burmese military's actions against the Rohingya a genocide and a crime against humanity.

In addition to the announcement, civil society groups have said they need to file criminal charges against the Burmese military council, which would be "verbal" and ineffective.

Currently, there are 600,000 Rohingya in Rakhine State, according to civil society groups.
The United States will provide more than $ 152 million for the Rohingya who fled to Bangladesh as a result of the Burmese military genocide, State Department spokesman Ned Price said on March 29. In the United States, the United States has provided funding
for this project.

$ 1.7 billion has been provided to the 740,000 Rohingya who have fled to Bangladesh since August.
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