Our community-based learning comprises English literacy courses for newcomers and adult Rohingya and computer courses and outreach.  All of our adult learning is delivered by qualified tutors and supported by volunteers and our partner organizations; our training is free of cost at the Rohingya Centre.

RCC offers a range of after-school programs for children that are delivered at our Centre including Quran classes for children from 5-14 years old. Our programs are a fun and engaging way to make new friends. 

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After School Programs

The main objective of the program is to engage the Rohingya Youth within the Waterloo Region to strengthen their awareness of the diverse customs and traditions of the Canadian culture. To achieve this, we will provide a safe and supportive environment for the youth to practice their English language skills. The program will offer a variety of engaging and enjoyable activities that will promote communication and interaction among the youth. Moreover, we aim to foster leadership skills in the youth by encouraging them to take an active role in the program…

Discuss barriers of Rohingya community to support newcomers who will be integrating to Canada.


Program Goals

Connecting and fostering a sense of community and belonging

Introducing youth to technology and building their digital literacy skills.

Promoting team building, problem-solving, communication (language)

Developing social and leadership skills.

     Improvement of academic learning

Promoting Community Services


Information Session
Community Centres
Partner Organizations
Language Centres

Program activities

The program will incorporate a range of activities that are designed to be engaging, interactive, and fun for program participants. The activities will be focused on developing the English language skills of the participants, while also promoting the program key components. Here are some examples of program activities:

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Program Evaluation

The program will be evaluated using a range of methods, including participant feedback, staff observations, and pre- and post-program assessments of English language skills. This will allow the program to identify areas of strength and weakness and adjust as needed to ensure that the program is meeting the needs of its participants.

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