Moja Kids currently represents over 9,000 Bangladeshi and Rohingya children living in Kutupalong – the world’s largest refugee camp – and other communities in southern Bangladesh.
Children work together to create and share their own fun packed videos using our digital platform. Their creations are compiled and shown across hundreds of classrooms each week.
These ‘newsletter’ productions are not only a chance to express their thoughts, show their talents and share their lives, but a means to interact with peers beyond the confines of the camp and the slum communities where they live. They have now begun to connect with friends in India, Cambodia and Uganda, who contribute their own video updates, opening up a whole world of experience for all the children involved.
LATEST MOJA KIDS NEWSLETTERS
25th January 2024
This week's Moja Kids brings us a discussion about climate change from Kutupalong camp where we're encouraged to 'Reduce Re-use Repair and Recycle'! We also enjoy a dance from Cox's Bazar and a Myanmar folk tale.
11th January 2024
Children in Kutupalong are presented with brand new bags and learning materials, while children from the enclaves show us some sports. We enjoy a Rohingya song and our friends in India talk to us about the use of mobile phones.
28th December 2023
This episode brings us dance and craft from Cox's Bazar, together with a chat show from Kutupalong. We find out about what Christmas is and see a Christmas dance from our friends in India.