As part of End Child Poverty's Right to Education and Strengthening of the Women Care Givers programmes and our resolve to end all violence against children, End Child Poverty partnered with ICAN to support a community learning center that provides education and social skills to the Rohngya refugee children in Kuala Lumpur.

In today’s world, technology has become an essential tool to access knowledge, to perform efficiently, and for development. Many children/students use the internet to obtain knowledge, to be…

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