Maybe she thinks that if we get to train them then we can educate them into not doing it in the future ? Whether anyone can help much though isn’t clear.
There seems to be a separatist struggle which has been going on intermittently since the end of WWII https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rohingya_insurgency_in_Western_Myanmar. If war is awful, civil war is worse. Some people on both sides want the Rohynga population not to live in a state run by (and therefore, as usual, for) the Buddhists. At least some of the Rohynga want to stay put, to secede and to have their current territory governed by Bangladesh. The army wants them to end up in Bangladesh and is using terror to force them to flee for their lives over the border. The consequences of the latter policy, especially in the short term, are genuinely hideous.