This crisis is forcing us to stay at home, but not to do nothing. That is why we want to use now our Community Development System, - which we have developed for slums and rural areas in emerging countries, - to help the in lockdown gathered 1,000,000 million Rohingya Refugees in the refugee camps in Bangladesh
Bron: Disasters Emergency Committee - Guardian News - Youtube Channel
Why the Rohingya Refugee Camp?
1 Million people live in inhuman conditions
The Rohingya Refugee Camp enables us to create the highest impact with our Community Development System.
Because with our Community Development System we believe communities thrive better personally, professionally and economically by having access to digital information like:
1 Free Digital Education
2 Open and Secured digital Communication Network
3 New digital Business & Employment Opportuinities Channels
4 New Digital Entertainment Channel
Government has blocked the internet
The government in Bangladesh has (partly) blocked the internet to the Rohingya camp in Bangladesh. As a result, the 1 million refugees can no longer communicate with their home front in neighboring country Myanmar. This makes their plight even more hopeless.
Largest Time-bomb in the world
The nearly 1 million rohingya refugees in Bangladesh camps are forming the largest time bomb the world is facing. The bizarre circumstances in which the Rohingya's live provide fertile ground for fundamentalist groups, such as: ISIS.
How will we help the Rohingya's and the involved NGOs
We will train 110 Rohingya Refugees to build the solar powered wifi-boxes
To build them, we will only use local components
Together with these refugees we will install the wifi-boxes to create the wifi network;
Then we will use this same group of refugees to train them as our sales team and get them familiar with our Micro-Credit Programme
They will sell subscriptions of EUR 1 a month for the none free content on the Aluna platform
With the revenues of this subscription they generate for themselves an income, they will reserve money to fix broken wifi-boxes within in the network and they will use it to expand the wifi-network and generate more income to themselves
What will we do for the Rohingya's and the involved NGOs?
We will build and install with the refugees 360 solar powered wifi-boxes to create the wifi-network;
We will connect 25,000 refugees and the concerning NGOs in the camp with the digital Aluna platform;
Through which 25,000 refugees have access to:
An open and secured Communication Network
A digital Marketplace
An open and secured Communication Network for themselves and to communicate to the refugees
A digital local information provisioning infrastructure for the digital content of the concerning NGOs in the camp
Aluna Surveys for measuring SDG Impact of the activities of the NGOs in the camp.