Burmese Rohingya Community of GA

 

Our Mission and Empowerment

 

The Burmese Rohingya Community of Georgia, Inc. (BRCG) is a community-based nonprofit organization located in Atlanta, GA, USA. Our mission is to promote self-sufficiency and equity for immigrants, refugees, and the underprivileged through comprehensive health and social services, community development, cultural activities, capacity building, and advocacy. Also the mission of (BRCG) is to provide support and care for underpriviledged families in Atlanta, GA. We help refugees gain independent, healthy, and successful lives here in the United States by providing them with long-lasting support, educational programs, basic necessities, empowerment skills, and social services. We contribute to strengthening the bonds between Rohingya Community and American people alike by establishing a united community through effective interfaith partnership, tolerance, and respect to all the people.

We are here to fulfil our obligation to help these families become self-sufficient once again.

Join us in lending a hand!

 
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Talib, Coordinator

“BRCG is a way for me to give back to the Rohingyan refugee community and create better lives for our youth.”

 
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James, ESL Coach

“The Rohingya people are one of the most humble people who are dedicated and grateful for everything. I feel totally appreciated to be here and I really enjoy helping out.”

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Rohingya Advocacy Day in Washington, D.C.

BRCG’s President Ayub Mohammad and Deputy Secretary Ahsan Ullah visited to Congressman Henry C. Hank Johnson, Jr ’ s office for the Rohingya Genocide issue in Burma on Rohingya Advocacy Day on March 12th, 2019 at Washington, D.C.

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Rohingya Advocacy Day in Washington, D.C.

BRCG’s President Ayub Mohammad visited to Congressman Joe Welson’s office from South Carolina to meet him for the Rohingya ongoing genocide issue and co-sponsor HR-3190 Bill. On Rohingya Advocacy Day on June 19th, 2019 at Washington, D.C.

Our Impact

20+

#of refugees supported weekly

 

5+

Years Serving communities

 
 

70+

children Impacted

“What is the essence of life? To serve others and to do good.”

-Aristotle

 

 

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