Meet Myo Win
Myo Win fled Myanmar to find a safe place for his family to live. Myo Win is Rohingya, a Muslim minority population who have been oppressed and abused by successive waves of military attacks that date back to the 1970s.
Although acknowledged as a genocide by the United Nations, the Australian government continues to deny Myo Win his right to freedom and safety. “I’ve lived for 8 years in horrible conditions in Nauru. I have seen people lose hope and want to die.”
Indefinite detention is designed to destroy the hope of refugees. But Operation #NotForgotten is the chance that refugees like Myo Win have been hoping for.
“I have been waiting to see my wife and children for all this time. Thanks to Operation #NotForgotten that time is coming.”
Help other families like Myo Win's by donating to Operation #NotForgotten.