On 15 November 2022, a boat with 111 Rohingya refugees, including women and children landed on the shores of Aceh, Northernmost province of the Indonesia.
In the recent years, hundreds of Rohingya have reached in Aceh and many having been at sea for months. Among them, 27 women and 18 children, were in good health, according to the a report of Dhaka Tribune.
“We are very worried about our people who are going to Malaysia without knowing anything, but we cannot make to improve the situations at all. That’s why people are going and moving from one place to another place,” said Md Rafique, a Rohingya teacher from the Refugee camp in Bangladesh.
Over 730,000 Rohingya Muslims fled Myanmar in 2017, after a military crackdown that included mass killings and rapes.