Nearly a quarter of a million Rohingya refugee children in Bangladesh are in an extremely vulnerable condition, global aid workers say.
Almost 60 percent of all new arrivals who have fled from Myanmar are children. Most of them are suffering from mental trauma and a large number of them have been separated from their parents and close relatives.
Many are at risk of malnutrition.
When I last visited Bangladesh in 2012 The kids there were excited, but you could tell that they were afraid. Some were scared of the night because it brought with it the darkness...the misery. Most of these kids have no place to sleep they have lost their homes to violence and war. We were able to assist them from the little we had.
Am going back to Bangladesh this April and I am going to help out more and try to make a difference in the lives of this kids. Any help even if its a dollar will go along way to make this kids feel loved and cared for. They have hope in their eyes and some have very little hope left seeing how they jump in excitement reminds me of the time I was a kid. Lets join forces lets raise some money and save lives.
If you would like to join or meet in Bangladesh and offer help then drop me your contact and we will meet up in Bangladesh and help the kids there. The little that you will give will be the biggest show of love they will ever experience.