Roshan Learning Center
Roshan Learning Center is a community-led initiative serving Farsi-speaking asylum seekers and refugees. They primarily come from Afghanistan and Iran. Our focus is to provide learning experiences for children and youth while also empowering parents and other adults through English classes and other practical and enriching activities, such as counseling, health clinics, preparing for a job search, and computer use.
Facebook: Roshan Learning Center
CRLC (Cisarua Refugee Learning Centre)
The Cisarua Refugee Learning Centre (CRLC) is a refugee established and managed school located just outside of Jakarta, Indonesia. It has been operating since August 2014 and now has 6 classrooms, 12 teachers, 6 administration staff and nearly 200 students – all refugees.
Address: Ciburial-2, Cisarua, 16750 Bogor, Indonesia
HELP learning center
HELP (Health, Education and Learning Program) for refugees is a learning center for asylum seekers and
refugees in Indonesia. It is established by M. Baqir Bayani and Kalsoom Jaffari as an initiative by and for
refugees. It is run by a group of asylum seekers and refugees with the support of volunteers from
Indonesia, Australia and many more. Providing a free of charge alternative education to empower
children and adults in transit in Indonesia.
Refugee Learning Nest provides children’s education, handicraft and literacy projects for women who have previously lacked opportunities, sports (football & Taekwondo) and heath & hygiene information sessions for refugee communities.
Beyond The Fabric
In collaboration with Refugee Women Support Group Indonesia, the sale of beautiful handmade pants, PJ shorts and clutches online supports a community-based group of refugee and asylum seeker women who run a range of activities while in transit in Cisarua, Indonesia. These activities include handicraft, sewing classes, swimming lessons, English and Bahasa classes, music classes and health care classes. There is a group of 20 strong-willed women and one talented tailor behind our pants. Underneath their skills and optimism is the reality that they are refugees. They cannot work in Indonesia, or be resettled there. Our story goes Beyond the Fabric. It aims to restore a sense of purpose and dignity to refugees who are living a vulnerable and precarious life in transit.
Social hashtag: #beyondthefabric
The Sisterhood Community Center
A community center in Jagakarsa, South Jakarta for projects, services and activities run by women, for women; particularly refugees and asylum seekers.