We went to Cox's Bazar Rohingya camp with 10 friends and friends. Our purpose was to see them with their weaknesses from the front of the life. But we saw what we went there. It stirred our feelings. We were shocked to see those heartbreaking scenes. In their camp, the child was significantly higher than the adult man. They used to eat and drink without eating. As a result, many camps were found in their camp. And many children die every day. Most of the families did not have adequate money to do the treatment. I had to witness the death of only one child before my eyes. It is understood how much persecution of the Myanmar army they take refuge in Bangladesh. After watching these scenes, we decide to do something for them. To fund the treatment of these Rohingya children, to fund their treat ment from these funds, as well as to provide them useful education, eating, and sanitation etc.
One in two Rohingya children who fled to Bangladesh without their parents were orphaned by violence, while more than 6,000 children living in Cox’s Bazar are alone or have to fend for themselves, a st..
A lack of certainty about what the next few months will bring is distressing for many. Heavy rains over the hilly and overcrowded refugee settlements create growing fears among the refugee population about landslides, floods and cyclones.partners are working hard to mitigate physical hazards in the overcrowded settlements by relocating those at highest risk of landslides and floods to safer areas, providing sturdier shelters and reinforcing slopes, paths, roads and bridges.
However, there are also concerns about the psychological impact that a disaster may have on an already vulnerable population, many of whom experienced or witnessed extreme violence in Myanmar.
“We are trying to reduce their tension.
Due to a large population of Rohingyas inhabiting a small area, disease has spread easily in refugee camps. As of 12 November 2017, diphtheria killed nine Rohingyas and infected about 700 other
Starting from October 2017 Rohingyas migrated in numbers into Bangladesh and started their refugee life in health camp. A massive spread of communicable diseases spread in that area since then
Considering all these aspects, it is extremely difficult to bear the cost of these Rohingya children from our fund, so that if we help and cooperate with the World Community in our fund, we can save these Rohingya children and build their future as well.