Rohingya Refugees, Bangladesh

Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya people have crossed over to Bangladesh, fleeing atrocity and violence in Myanmar.

In Bangladesh, they are cramped in the world’s largest refugee camp, Cox’s Bazar. They are living in terrible conditions and need continuous life-saving assistance. And today, in addition to their endless struggles, they are witnessing the growing threat of COVID-19 that has already claimed the lives of thousands around the world and is threatening the most vulnerable – displaced refugees.

Our Response

As the blessed month of Ramadan approaches, and as we continue to witness the growing threat of the novel coronavirus, UHR urgently delivered aid to the most vulnerable communities, serving refugees, orphans and widows, disabled and seniors.

#RefugeeChildren are our priority. #UHR is responding. providing clean water, sanitation and essential supplies. Please help us save lives!

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More than 900,000 Rohingya refugees struggle with water scarcity in Cox’s Bazaar – the world’s largest refugee camp in Bangladesh.

According to UNHCR, securing adequate water sources and addressing sanitation needs for all refugees has been a big challenge. And that’s where international relief NGO’s like UHR step in.

On behalf of our donors, UHR constructs deep water wells at different locations in the camp securing access to safe clean water.

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According to the UN, Rohingya children born In Bangladesh are not being registered at birth, lacking a legal identity.
Growing up in unstable conditions, with no possibility of study, these vulnerable children are at risk of becoming a lost generation.
UHR is responding to the Rohingya crisis by delivery life-saving assistance.
Children are our priority. If you wish to help us reach more children.

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