Jasmina’s Rohingya Kitchen

Jasmina’s Rohingya Kitchen

Jasmina came from the Rohingya refugee camp of Sittwe, Myanmar 24 years ago when she was 16. Spending more than half of her life here in Malaysia, Jasmina struggles to survive with 8 children and a husband who is sick. To earn a living, Jasmina sells her cooking and cleans houses for an income. Through The Picha Project, she aims to earn enough to cover the transportation fees for her children to go to school and also for her husband’s medical expenses.

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Pork-free & muslim-friendly kitchen