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Meet the People Behind RWDN



Founder / Director

With a keen belief in the power of charity and volunteer work, no-text is committed to changing the world. There really couldn’t be a more dedicated Board Chairman, and we’re so happy to have no-text as part of the Rohyngia Women Development Network (RWDN) team.



Valued Partnerships


Fatimah binti Abdullah was born in 1985 in Malaysia and living as a Rohingya Refugee in Malaysia. 
She got married at the age of 12 years old and now she mother of 2 children age of 14 years old and 7 years old. She got divorced in 2013 with her husband now she is working as community worker to support herself and her children. 

“I want to inspire other Rohingya single mothers like me to be independent and believe that they also can support and be the leader of the family too”


Syedah Binti Nur Husen was born in 1998 and a mother of 6 years old girl. As a child-mother, Syedah wants her daughter focus on her study and enjoy her childhood. 
Currently she is passionately working to empower the Rohingya women so that everyone Rohingya women have a voice and be themselves. 

“ I want to be a role model to our Rohingya women, I want them to see their talents and contribute in the community too”


Fatima Binti Nur Husen age was born in 1995. 
Fatimah is elder daughter from 5 siblings, she have been doing several jobs to find income to support and carry the responsibilities of her family, siblings, her 6 years old son and her sick mother. 
Fatimah want her son and her siblings complete their studies and be successful in their lives and she works hard for it. 

“ I have become unknowingly a leader of my family and I work like to fight to empower other women to educate their children because education is everything we need”. 


Hasinar Binti Abu Sidik was born in 1972 in Yangoon, Myanmar. 
She came to Malaysia in 1999 to find a safer life soon later she was sold into marriage by the smugglers and got 3 children from the husband then in 201 she remarried and happy with her family. 
As a survivor of domestic violence Hasinar is inspiring other women trough her community outreach work. 

“ I believe we as women, we have choice to live the life we want. We just have to be brave and took the decision to live happily”


Sheikh Sinar Binti Abdullah was born on 1989 in Maungdaw Township,Arakan State,Myanmar. 
Sheik Sinar study in Arakan, Myanmar only until primary and experienced in working with many INGOs and NGO in Myanmar and Malaysia. 

“ we (women) are the backbone of our community, we also equally have to contribute for the better society”

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