Empowering at-risk refugee children to be their own safety superheroes.
The ongoing Rohingya crisis has left more than 400,000 children fighting for survival in chaotic refugee camps, where child trafficking is one of the biggest perils. Children as young as seven years old often need to trek through the camps alone. Unaware of the potential dangers, they become easy targets for traffickers. Most existing efforts are geared towards helping victims and few, if any, address prevention. What if we empowered children to look out for themselves?
MightyUs helps refugee children exercise vigilance and be more confident. Through interactive storytelling and games, children learn to assess risks, practice caution, and be their own safety superheroes. Its learn-through-play approach makes the experience fun and not overwhelming.