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Church in Malaysia Highlights Plight of Rohingya Refugees

Source: Union of Catholic Asian News

Catholic-inspired organizations in Malaysia held a workshop to address the plight of Rohingya refugees. Misinformation and fear are driving discrimination and hostility towards the Rohingya community, said Father Bernard Hyacinth of the Archdiocese of Kuala Lumpur during discussions at the meeting.

Rohingya Women Gain Livelihood Skills Through Vocational Training 1

Rohingya Women Gain Livelihood Skills Through Vocational Training

When refugees flee their country, they often lose the income-generating activities that allowed them to support themselves and their families....
Breaking the Cycle of Abuse and Domestic Violence 1

Breaking the Cycle of Abuse and Domestic Violence

Recognizing and Addressing Sexual Harassment

Recognizing and Addressing Sexual Harassment

What Is Child Sexual Abuse and How We Can Prevent It

What Is Child Sexual Abuse and How We Can Prevent It

ICMC Malaysia Continues Online Awareness-Raising Activities With Three New Animations

ICMC Malaysia Continues Online Awareness-Raising Activities With Three New Animations

Following a recent series of videos addressing the harm caused by child marriage and gender stereotypes, ICMC Malaysia continues to...
Emergency Funding, the Power of Choice for Survivors of Abuse

Emergency Funding, the Power of Choice for Survivors of Abuse

Empowering Refugees in Malaysia

The COVID-19 Pandemic

How ICMC Malaysia Is Reaching Refugees During the COVID-19 Lockdown

In Malaysia, the spread of the new coronavirus and subsequent lockdown have left many refugees more vulnerable than ever, both...
Burmese refugee

Emergency Funding: A Lifeline for Refugees During the COVID-19 Crisis

COVID-19: Catholic NGOs Reach Out To Victims of Trafficking and Slavery

Source: Vatican News

Across the world, aid groups warn that human trafficking and slavery are continuing and perhaps even growing under COVID-19 lockdown. In Malaysia, ICMC's Refugee Protection Corps provides assistance to survivors of gender-based violence and is releasing awareness-raising videos to reach survivors in their homes during the lockdown.

The Negative Consequences of Men and Women Stereotypes

The Negative Consequences of Men and Women Stereotypes

Fighting Child Marriage in Malaysia's Rohingya Community

Fighting Child Marriage in Malaysia’s Rohingya Community

ICMC Malaysia Takes Awareness-Raising Activities Online Amid COVID-19 Crisis

ICMC Malaysia Takes Awareness-Raising Activities Online Amid COVID-19 Crisis

As the new coronavirus paralyses the country, ICMC Malaysia is finding creative ways to continue reaching out to vulnerable refugees...
Humanitarian NGOs Call on Donors for Urgent and Systematic Response to COVID-19 1

How ICMC Is Responding to COVID-19 in the Field

The current global health crisis is having a significant impact on economic growth, social relationships and healthcare infrastructures. Its effect...

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