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Introducing RSN Certified Trainer Mohammed Anas

Meet Mohammed Anas, an activist, entrepreneur, and a participant of RCBP (Rohingya’s Capacity Building pilot), now serving as the advisor to RSN.

Mohammed Anas received a six months intensive trainings from RSN. He has taken a business initiative and continues to work on his goal.

Mohammad Anas during a team work of the training of RCBP (Photo file: RSN's RCBP 2023)

Mohammad Anas receiving his certificate from RSN during the certificate awarding ceremony. (Photo file: RSN's RCBP 2023)

Md Anas facilitating a workshop as part of RSN RCBP's 2nd period. (Photo file: RSN's RCBP 2023-24)

The 2nd period of RCBP is designed for the trained individual like Md Anas to take their own initiative and share their learning with the wider reach community.

To read more about his journey with his own words:

I'm Mohammed Anas, known as Ro Anas. I'm 21 years old, currently staying with my family in the Makeshift Settlement Refugee Camp of Kutupalong, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. I used to live happily with my family in Kyet Yoe Pyin-Kiyariparang village, Maungdaw Township, Myanmar. Now, I serve as a member of the advisory board at Rohingya Students Network (RSN) and am also a founding member of RSN.


I participated in RCBP (Rohingya's Capacity Building Pilot) conducted by RSN for six months and acquired training in the following topics:

• Professional Writing

• Research Methodologies

• Organizational Behavior

• Civic Education

• Journalism

• Women's Rights

• Gender-Based Violence

• History of Rohingya and Myanmar

• International Justice Mechanisms for Rohingya

• Effective Advocacy Training

• Documenting Human Rights Violations

• Leadership Skills

• Project Management.


I learned a lot from RCBP, and here are some important points I noted. I gained enough knowledge to advocate for my rights and realized why human rights are essential to live in this world. I see myself as an advocate after the RCBP Project. That is the change within me during the RCBP Project.


I've aspired to be an engineer since my childhood, but due to a lack of opportunity, I couldn't fulfill my dreams. However, I believe I can still make a difference after the RCBP Project. Although I couldn't help myself reach my goal, I can still pave the way for thousands of Rohingya students. I aspire to be an advocate for my fellow Rohingya students so that I can fight for their rights.

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