We are local voluntary community of Bangladesh. we want to give our time and labor with your help we can relive some of their need.
More than 420,000 people have crossed over to Bangladesh's South-Eastern Districts of Cox's Bazar and Bandarban districts from Rakhine since 25 August 2017.
According to UNHCR, they join the more than 400,000 others already living there in cramped makeshift camps since the early 1990s. Existing camps and the ones newly being set up are inadequate to deal with the massive influx, resulting in many seeking shelter under open skies, by the roadside and in forest areas with little or no protection. Those staying outside camps, in border areas have little or no access to clean drinking water.
Water supply, water purification, and storage facilities are needed immediately. Due to the inadequate sanitation facilities, there's a high probability for the spread of waterborne diseases.
20,000 sanitary toilets are required immediately.
More than 400,000 people need food security assistance, of theses 140,00 are vulnerable people including pregnant and lactating women, and children under five. A large percentage of the influx population is children under the age of 10.
326,700 people in makeshift settlements and spontaneous settlements are in need of emergency shelters. 60,000 shelters will be needed and land needs to be allocated for them.We is responding now. In total, we are planning to reach more than 50,000 people; providing clean drinking water with plastic mug.